Sunday, December 06, 2015

MFT December Release Countdown, Day Three

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Hello, and welcome to Day Three of MFT’s December Release Countdown! Today we’re previewing LLD Stitched Alphabet Die-namics,LLD Stitched Numbers Die-namics, PI Steeped in Love Stamp Set, PI Steeped in Love Die-namics, Warm & Fuzzy Die-namics – Previous Free with $60, and Circle Burst Stencil.

 

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I’ve been planning this hash tag 2016 for a while and decided getting these new LLD Stitched Numbers Die-namics was the right time to do it. This card started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base, then on another piece of Sweet Tooth card stock, I stamped images from Distressed Patterns with Delicata Gold pigment ink overstamped with Black Licorice dye ink for the splatters. The sentiment is from Hand Lettered Holiday, also stamped with Black Licorice dye ink and the entire panel popped up on the base with foam mounting tape.

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I cut LLD Stitched Numbers Die-namics from Black Licorice card stock and popped them up on foam—I couldn’t get a good photo of the stitching no matter how I tried, but trust me, it’s awesome stitching IRL. To finish off, I added some clear and gold Pretty Pink Posh sequins.
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My second card uses this month’s Pure InnocencePI Steeped In Love.

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This card started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base, on which I stamped Primitive Chevron Background in Black Licorice hybrid ink. Then I added a Ranger Watercolor paper layer, with a watercolor wash using Peerless watercolors and stamped with Distressed Patterns in Black Licorice hybrid ink (I told you you were going to see a lot of this set—it might never leave my desk!), tied around some baker’s twine, then popped it up on foam mounting tape.

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My little PI was cut from Neenah Classic Crest Cover, Solar White Smooth, 110lb with PI Steeped In Love Die-namics, stamped with the coordinating image from PI Steeped In Love and Black Licorice hybrid ink, colored with Copic markers, and popped up on foam. The sentiment was stamped with Versamark on Black Licorice card stock cut with Blueprints 20 Die-namics, heat embossed with white detail embossing powder, and also popped up on foam. I finished off with some enamel dots for balance.

And that’s it for today! Thanks SO much for stopping by! See you back tomorrow for Day Two!


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~Supplies~
#2016 Card:
Stamps:
Distressed Patterns, Hand Lettered Holiday (MFT)
Ink:
Black Licorice dye ink, Delicata Gold pigment ink (MFT)
Paper:
Sweet Tooth card stock, Black Licorice card stock (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond;
LLD Stitched Numbers Die-namics, foam mounting tape, Pretty Pink Posh sequins (MFT)

Perk Up Soon Card:
Stamps:
PI Steeped In Love, Primitive Chevron Background (MFT)
Ink:
Black Licorice hybrid ink, Versamark (MFT)
Paper:
Sweet Tooth card stock, Black Licorice card stock, Ranger watercolor paper (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond;
Blueprints 20 Die-namics, PI Steeped In Love Die-namics, foam mounting tape, Peerless Watercolors, white detail embossing powder (MFT); Copic markers, baker’s twine, enamel dots, heat tool

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10 comments:

  1. Love them both, great card for new year and the reds on the second card make the whole card pop

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  2. You have New Years and get well cards covered with two amazing cards.

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  3. I love the cards and dies to match, it sure makes card making easier and so interesting...Love your samples.
    Irene

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  4. Barb, I love both of these cards!! Gorgeous!

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  5. Both the cards are so beautiful! Love the products today!

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  6. the background in your first card is stunning!

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  7. Love both of your cards. That second one is too adorable. ♥♥♥

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  8. These cards are absolutely Gorgeous Barbara! Bravo!

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  9. Love the backgrounds for you beautiful cards.

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Thank you for your kind comments--they make my day and I appreciate every one!

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