Hi, everyone, are you ready??!! MFT’s Jungle Friends Card Kit is now available for purchase in the MFT Boutique! You’ve seen some amazing samples over the last couple of days from the design team and that’s just the tip of the creative iceberg—so many things you can do with this kit. Be sure to check by the MFT Blog for more info and more samples, then go snag yours!
This crocodile just makes me smile--he doesn’t look very dangerous, does he? This card is also “out of the box” meaning I used some products not included in the kit to show you how you can stretch the contents even further. I started with a Primitive Cream card stock base, then used Peerless Watercolors to create my sky on Watercolor Paper Pad. I used this paper because it’s not pure white like the Ranger and matched my base better. Then I added water from the kit contents and created my slider track using a die that curves to show movement both across the card and up out of the water.
Here he is hiding so you can barely see him…
…the top card shows him mid way and this one shows him coming out of the water. He cracks me up, I tell ya!
I cut my crocodile from Cement Gray card stock and added some dimension with Copic markers. The sun was cut with Blueprints 15 from Sunshine card stock and Puffy Clouds Die-namics were cut from Sweet Tooth card stock. The sentiment, from Jungle Friends, was stamped on Gravel Gray card stock with Versamark and heat embossed with white detail embossing powder. Dimension was created with foam mounting tape.
And that’s it! Thanks so much for stopping by! See you soon and happy shopping!!
Stamps: Jungle Friends Card Kit (MFT)
Ink: Versamark (MFT)
Paper: Jungle Friends Card Kit, Sweet Tooth card stock, Sunshine card stock, Watercolor Paper Pad (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Jungle Friends Card Kit, Blueprints 15 Die-namics, Puffy Clouds Die-namics, foam mounting tape, white detail embossing powder, Peerless Watercolors (MFT); Copic markers
Neat idea. I like how he's hiding at first.ReplyDelete
Great use of all the different patterned papers!ReplyDelete
Super cute cardReplyDelete
So cute. That is the greatest croc and sentiment.ReplyDelete
What a cute scene! The mix of patterns are so fun. I love how the croc pops up from behind the grass!ReplyDelete
Very cute. Nice little scene.ReplyDelete
love how the croc jumps out. Fun card!ReplyDelete
Just cracked me up, how cool! Love the scene and papers, such fun!ReplyDelete
Love how you used so many different patterned papers on this cute card.ReplyDelete
great scene! Fabulous kit!ReplyDelete
Awesome card, such a cool idea!ReplyDelete
What a great detailed scene. Love how you used the patterned paper.ReplyDelete
Your 'sneaky' little 'gator and that 'swamp' scene you've created for him are stellar! Marvelous card! My niece and nephew, along with their kindergarten and daycare pals, would LOVE cards made with this kit! Thank you for the smiles today!ReplyDelete
I haven't made a spinner card in awhile.ReplyDelete
I'll have to remedy that with this kit.
thanks for sharing a darling card.
Such a cute card, those little critters are so adorable!ReplyDelete
Oh, Oh, there is a crafty croc around!! I love how you hid the crocodile within the layers of grass - so cool!!!ReplyDelete
Love your card, Barbara. This kit is just too much fun! Any of the little ones in my family would enjoy getting cards using these cute animals and fab sliders.ReplyDelete
Awesome interactive scene you created for this crocodile.ReplyDelete
Fun scene you created for this cute alligator! Love the sentiment!ReplyDelete
What a cute lurking crocodile!ReplyDelete
Like bow hes hiding because of his mistake...fun card.ReplyDelete
Each day of this release showcase I am inspired by the inventive use of patterned paper. Great card!ReplyDelete
I love this kit and your awesome creation!ReplyDelete