Good Time to Wine for a Sketch Challenge

Welcome to Wednesday, stamping friend! You know what this day of the week means – a new challenge with the Paper Craft Crew.  Today I used the stamp set Good Time to Wine for the sketch challenge. Is it never a good time to wine? Well, I guess….like mornings!


Here’s the sketch that you’ll be working from, to join the challenge.

Good Time to Wine for a Sketch Challenge

I love the sketches with the large focal image. Remember – you can switch out that shape for any other shape, or image. You can also flip the orientation of the sketch and of course, what colours & stamps you use is your choice. I’m looking forward to seeing what you create!


I’ve had the Good Time to Wine stamp set and the Wine Glass Die for a while now, and I still have fun with them! Both are created by My Favorite Things (also knows as MFT); the stamp set is all sentiments, and they are such fun!

Good Time to Wine for a Sketch Challenge

I was thinking afterwards that, with all the pink in this card, I should have used the ‘Rose All Day’ sentiment!


First, die cut the wine glass using the MFT Wine Glass die, from copper foil paper. Next, die cut the inside of the glass, plus the strip, from glimmer paper.  Attach the glimmer paper to the inside of the glass with adhesive tape, and set aside for now.

Cut a card base of dark pink cardstock, and a second, small panel. Cut a large panel of white cardstock, and a panel of light pink cardstock that is slightly smaller than the small dark pink panel. Stamp the sentiment from the Good Time to Wine stamp set in Versafine Clair – Nocturne ink at top of the small light pink panel. Cover it with clear embossing powder, and set with a heat tool.  Use the Picket Fence Studios Vitamin Sea stamp set, and stamp the rising bubbles in Picked Raspberry Distress ink underneath the sentiment. Now, layer both small panels together with foam tape. Attach the strip of glimmer paper behind the 2 panels on the right hand side.

Take a large Life Changing Blender Brush with the Picked Raspberry Distress ink, and blend the ink from the outside edges of the large white panel, inwards. No need to cover the entire panel, as the middle will be covered with the layered panels. Make the blending darker on the outside and lighter towards the middle.

Now you can layer the smaller panels onto this one with liquid glue. Next, attach the die cut wine glass with foam tape. Finally, attach the front panels to a dark pink card base.

Finish off your card front by adding a few clear droplets in the top left, to mimic the stamped bubbles.

Good Time to Wine for a Sketch Challenge

I think it turned out quite fun looking – if quite  pink!


I do  hope you’ll join us for this week’s challenge. Have fun, and get creative! Maybe it’s a ‘good time to wine’ for this challenge – to  help with the creative flow? Whatever works for ya! For more inspiration, head over the the Paper Craft Crew challenge blog, and see what the rest of the Design Team have created. You’ll also find the link there, to add your project.


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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to stamp and create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a 3D item, or a card, or scrapbook page - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you stamp and create with me! :)

4 thoughts on “Good Time To Wine for a Sketch Challenge

    1. I wish I was by a pool, with a ‘tropical’ type drink in hand, Buffy! I’m glad you like today’s card 🙂

    1. That sounds like a great idea to me, Susan! Bring on the wine 🙂 I’m glad you like my take on this week’s sketch.

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