MFT – Camp Create Day 1: Inlaid made easy!

Hello my dear friends!

Hope you all have a beautiful day! Today I’m really excited to share with you a card I created using some of my favorite stamp sets! I really like the outcome and I hope you will like it too!

This card was inspired by the current MFT Sketch challenge as well as the technique demonstrated on the first MFT Camp Create day. I thought to combine the two and I have to admit it was a lot of fun!

Supplies used:

  • Kraft Cardstock paper – white
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
  • Copic markers:  E55,E49,E47, E35, E37, E00,E04,E11,E50,YG03, YG17, B00,B12,B95,W7,W5,W3,C1
  • Tim Holtz – Distress Inks: black soot, hickory smoke,tumbled glass,vintage photo, gathered twigs, walnut stain
  • Tombow – ABT Dual Brush Pen: 491
  • MFT – Our story stamp set
  • Indigoblu – Script A6 stamp
  • Crafters Companion – Walls and corners stamp set
  • Sizzix Big Shot Machine
  • Unbranded – Circle nested dies
  • Paper trimmer
  • Double sided tape
  • Black fineliner
  • T-Ruler
  • Scissors

With this card I entered the following challenges. If you have some time, I would really encourage you to visit these awesome blogs and take part in the fun! 🙂


  • MFT Camp Create Day 1: Inlaid made 


  • MFT Sketch Challenge: #345

Sketch Challenge 345 #mftstamps


  • Word Art Wednesday: #294-295 Anything goes

  • Happy Little Stampers : August Anything goes with Dies Challenge

  • CAS Mix Up Card August Challenge: Stamping +alcohol inks+die cutting


Your comments make my day! Thank you so much for taking time to leave me a comment. I really read and appreciate each and every one of them. It also gives me a chance to find YOUR blog and go leave you some love too. 🙂

Enjoy the day!See you soon!


Kleri 🙂


12 thoughts on “MFT – Camp Create Day 1: Inlaid made easy!”

  1. Love this sweet little reader, Kleri! Sounds like my grandson! A great background that reminds me of a library! Thanks for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

  2. Fantastic design, Kleri! Love that background with the brick-like strip and script over white. Your little girl is so sweet. She looks happy reading her book in that big comfy chair! 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

  3. As a retired children’s librarian, this card speaks to my heart! Love the image! Beautiful job on the colouring! Thanks for joining us at CAS Mix Up.

    1. Thank you for the challenge and for taking the time to leave me a nice comment!Have a good day and hope to see you again soon! 🙂

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