Hello and welcome to Day Three of MFT’s June Release Countdown! Today we’re previewing PI Bed Rest Stamp Set, PI Bed Rest Die-namics, Ocean Fun Stamp Set, Ocean Fun Die-namics, You Float My Boat Stamp Set, You Float My Boat Die-namics, and Essential Sentiment Rip Strips Die-namics - previous Free with $60. Keep in mind that Release is on June 6th, Eastern at the MFT Online Boutique. Be sure to check by the MFT Blog for all the details.
It’s Pure Innocence day and we have another super cutie to show you. She would make anyone feel a bit better, don’t you think? I stamped the image on X-Press It Blending card, cut it out with the coordinating dies and colored it with Copic markers for the most part--I did hand draw in the plaid on her comforter with markers and added dots to the tissue box with a Uni-Ball White Gel Pen for some contrast and interest. For the background, I stamped Framework Background on Ranger Watercolor Paper with Versamark, heat embossed with white detail embossing powder, and did a watercolor wash with Peerless Watercolors.
Next I added a strip of Tiny Hearts Pastels Paper Pack down the side of a Sweet Tooth card stock base, then popped the background up on foam mounting tape. I also popped up the colored image and the sentiment, after heat embossing it, as well. To finish off, I added some clear sequins.
Next up is a whimsical underwater scene that I think would be a great guy card, don’t you?
To begin, I sponged Vintage Photo Distress Oxide Ink on Distress Woodgrain Paper, cut a hole with Circle STAX Set 1 Die-namics, and created a shaker element using Ocean View Porthole Die-namics, Heat Resistant Acetate card stock, foam mounting tape, Ranger Watercolor Paper with Peerless Watercolors wash, and Ocean Fun Stamp Set and Ocean Fun Die-namics with clear sequins for “bubbles”. I wanted this to look like the inside of a boat with the porthole looking out into the water.
For the sentiment, I cut Fun & Frolic Paper Pack with File Folder Edges Die-namics, stamped the sentiment from Ocean Fun, added a sailor’s knot created with cotton yarn, and adhered it to the card front. I popped everything up on a Sweet Tooth card stock base with foam mounting tape and was done.
And there you have Day Three of MFT’s June Release Countdown! Thanks so much for stopping by! See you back tomorrow for Day Two!
Stamps: PI Bed Rest, Framework Background (MFT)
Ink: Black Licorice hybrid ink, Versamark (MFT)
Paper: Sweet Tooth card stock, Black Licorice card stock, Tiny Hearts Pastels Paper Pack, Ranger Watercolor Paper, X-Press It Blending Card (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; PI Bed Rest Die-namics, Blueprints 27 Die-namics, foam mounting tape, white detail embossing powder, Embossing Magic, MISTI, Square Bone Folder, Scor-Buddy, sequins, Uni-Ball White Gel Pen (MFT), heat tool, Copic markers
Stamps: Ocean Fun (MFT)
Ink: Black Licorice dye ink, Grout Gray dye ink, Gravel Gray dye ink, Orange Zest dye ink, Vintage Photo Distress Oxide Ink (MFT)
Paper: Sweet Tooth card stock, Fun & Frolic Paper Pack, Brushed Silver card stock, Ranger Watercolor Paper, Distress Woodgrain Paper, Heat Resistant Acetate Card Stock (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Ocean Fun Die-namics, Ocean View Porthole Die-namics, File Folder Edges Die-namics, Circle STAX Set 1 Die-namics, foam mounting tape, MISTI, Scor-Buddy, Mini Ink Blending Tool, Peerless Watercolors, waterbrush, Square Bone Folder, sequins (MFT); Copic markers, cotton yarn
The pure innocence girl is so cute. Great card!!!ReplyDelete
These are both so cute, love the braid twine on the second cardReplyDelete
Love the inside view from the porthole of the swordfish!ReplyDelete
Love these cards! Especially the porthole card. Lovely creations.ReplyDelete
I love your get well card: the way you painted the background makes it look like there's a window behind her, and I can almost see the curtains pulled open to the sides. So pretty! Hugs, HReplyDelete
Super cute cards!ReplyDelete
These cards are delightful. The little girl is so sweet. The porthole sceneReplyDelete
is so well done and the knotted twine, a great added touch. Thanks for sharing, Barbara.
Love the little girl get well card, but both are sweet.ReplyDelete
Love love love your first card!:)ReplyDelete
The backgrounds you've created are Awesome for these cards. I love Love these.ReplyDelete