There's more MFT goodness in store for you today. Today we're showing you previews of Ice Skating Flopsey, Flapper Doodles - Cheers to a New Year, and Die-namics Duos - Flower Silhouette Die & Stamp Set. Before I show you my card, though, here's a few things you need to know:
- The December Guest Designer Contest continues and ends on Tuesday, November 30nd at 10 PM EST. The winner will be announced at the release party. Get the deets here.
- Teasers continue and will be daily through Wednesday, December 1st. Be sure to check Kim's blog at 11:00am for links to designers previewing each day. Every day there will be a prize hidden on two of the Creative Team's blog posts. Leaving a comment on every designer's blog post will give you the best chance of winning every day :)
- The November Hop and Shop will begin at 10:00pm December 1st, with the hop starting at Kim's Blog.
"Heaven, I'm in heaven." Remember that song? That's what came to mind when I first saw this new Die-namics Duo. This set has three flower images and lots of sentiments in a gorgeous script - AND a matching die! I'm seriously in love with this.
I stamped the flower image three times, colored them with Copic markers, and cut them out with the matching die. I'm using 7 Gypsies Conservatory patterned paper and if you look closely, you'll see that I stamped another flower image on the printed element to add interest to the background. I stamped it in Tea Dye Distress Ink, stamped off once, then distressed all the patterned paper edges. I popped the flowers up on Pop Dots, added a flag for the sentiment and it was done. Other MFT products I used are Fossil and Whip Cream card stock.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I'll be back tomorrow with another teaser :)
Stamps: Die-namics Duos - Flower Silhouette Die and Stamp Set (MFT)
Paper: Fossil, Whip Cream (MFT); Smokey Shadow (PTI); Conservatory 6 x 6 pad (7 Gypsies)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black; Tea Dye Distress Ink (Ranger)
Accessories/tools: Cuttlebug (Provocraft); Die-namics Duos - Flower Silhouette and Stamp Set (MFT); distressing tool (Tim Holtz); twine (PTI); Copic markers