Hi, everyone, thanks for joining me for Day Three of MFT’s February Release Countdown!! Release is at 10 on February 2nd—be sure to get all the details at the MFT Blog.
Today we’re previewing PI Lucky Us Stamp Set, PI Lucky Us Die-namics, Lucky Stamp Set, Lucky Die-namics, and Lucky Prints Patterned Paper. I have a card for you using PI Lucky Us Stamp Set and PI Lucky Us Die-namics, along with the also new Inside & Out Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics.
I started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base, added some of the sweet Lucky Prints Paper Pack on the right side along with a narrow strip of Dots & Stripes Neutral Paper Pack. Next is more Sweet Tooth card stock with an opening cut with Inside & Out Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics. Behind the opening is some Ranger Watercolor paper colored with Peerless Watercolors, then the Sweet Tooth card stock was popped up on foam mounting tape.
My PI Lucky Us was stamped on PI Lucky Us Die-namics, cut from Neenah Classic Crest Cover, Solar White Smooth, 110lb paper with Black Licorice hybrid ink and colored with Copic markers. I added some Crystal Effects to the horseshoe for dimension and definition. The sentiment was stamped with Versamark on a flag cut from Black Licorice card stock with Blueprints 25 Die-namics and heat embossed with white detail embossing powder. I popped it and Pi Lucky Us up on foam and finished off with some enamel dots.
And that’s it for today. Thanks so much for stopping by! I’ll be back tomorrow with the last day of MFT’s February Release Countdown! Hope to see you then!
Stamps: PI Lucky Us (MFT)
Ink: Black Licorice hybrid ink, Versamark (MFT)
Paper: Sweet Tooth card stock, Black Licorice card stock, Lucky Prints Paper Pack, Dots & Stripes Neutral Paper Pack, Ranger Watercolor Paper (MFT); Neenah Classic Crest Cover, Solar White Smooth, 110lb
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Inside & Out Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics, PI Lucky Us Die-namics, Blueprints 25 Die-namics, foam mounting tape, white detail embossing powder, Peerless Watercolors (MFT); enamel dots, Copic markers, heat tool, baker’s twine