Monday, February 02, 2015

My Favorite Things February Release Countdown, Day Two


Hey, everyone, and welcome to Day Two of MFT’s February Release Countdown! Tomorrow night at 10pm is release, but in the meantime, today we’re previewing Stitched Speech Bubble Edges Die-namics (Free With $60) Stitched Rectangle Frames Die-namics, Candy Jars Die-namics, Candy Jar Companions Stamp Set, Polka Dot Background, and Polka Dot Stencil. Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog to get all the details about today’s products.


I have a couple of cards for you today. The first one highlights the incredibly awesome Stitched Speech Bubble Edges Die-namics! It’s the Free With $60 set this month and can’t you just imagine all KINDS of fun ways to use it? I couldn’t decide which one to use for this card so I used them all! I started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base. After deciding on a design, I stamped the sentiment, from Keep on Rockin’, at the bottom with Steel Gray dye ink. Then I added my speech bubble layers: Orange Fizz card stock for the bottom, water color for the center, and Razzle Berry card stock for the top. I used Razzle Berry dye ink refill, Lemon Drop dye ink refill, and Orange Fizz dye ink refill and a water brush to color the center layer. The top two are popped up on foam mounting tape, and I finished off by adhering clear gems with my Quickie Glue pen.

On the inside, I stenciled the same colors with Equalizer Stencil and stamped another sentiment and music notes from Keep on Rockin’.


My second card is a little more formal in design.


This card started with a Steel Gray card stock base. Next I stamped up some Sweet Tooth card stock with Steel Gray dye ink and the new Polka Dot Background. I matted it with gold glitter paper and popped it up on foam mounting tape on the base. Next I cut my Stitched Rectangle Frames Die-namics from gold mirror paper (I’m so glad gold is making a come back!) and popped it up on foam mounting tape on a piece of Translucent Vellum. I cut LJD Spring Tulips from Sweet Tooth card stock, stamped them with the coordinating images with: Green Room dye ink, Orange Zest hybrid ink, Pure Plum hybrid ink, Coral Crush hybrid ink, and Daffodil hybrid ink, then slipped them just inside the frame. I tied around some gold cord, secured with a clear button and adhered the frame assembly to the card. The sentiment was stamped on Steel Gray card stock with Sweet Tooth pigment ink and heat embossed with clear detail embossing powder, then popped up as well.

Another sentiment from LJD Spring Tulips was stamped on the inside with Steel Gray dye ink.


And that’s if for today from me! Thanks so much for stopping by—see you back tomorrow for the last day of MFT’s February Release Countdown!

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Just a Note Card:
Keep on Rockin’ (MFT)
Steel Gray dye ink, Razzle Berry dye ink refill, Orange Fizz dye ink refill, Lemon Drop dye ink refill (MFT)
Sweet Tooth card stock, Razzle Berry card stock, Orange Fizz card stock (MFT); water color paper (Ranger)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Stitched Speech Bubble Edges Die-namics (
Free With $60), Equalizer Stencil, foam mounting tape, Quickie Glue Pen (MFT); water brush, clear gems

Tulip Card:
Polka Dot Background, LJD Spring Tulips (MFT)
Steel Gray dye ink, Green Room dye ink, Orange Zest hybrid ink, Pure Plum hybrid ink, Coral Crush hybrid ink, Daffodil hybrid ink, Sweet Tooth pigment ink (MFT)
Steel Gray card stock, Sweet Tooth card stock, Translucent Vellum (MFT); gold glitter card stock, gold mirror paper
Accessories/tools: Vagabond;
Stitched Rectangle Frames STAX Die-namics, LJD Spring Tulips Die-namics, foam mounting tape, clear detail embossing powder (MFT); gold cord, button, heat tool

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  1. Beautiful card love the colors on the bubble talk one

  2. A great tie-dyed look on your first card, the second card turned out beautiful.

  3. I love your cards, there are so amazing, the first and the second are my favorites!

  4. Love all your designs, but the tulips in the vellum is a show stopper.

  5. I really like what you've done with the vellum


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