Hello and welcome to Day Five of MFT’s February Release Countdown!!! Release is on February 6th at 9pm Eastern so mark your calendars. And be sure to stop by the MFT Blog for all the details. Today we’re previewing Gift Card Greetings Stamp Set, Gift Card Window & Frame Die-namics, Gift Card Pouches, Wish Die-namics, Party Animals Stamp Set, Party Animals Die-namics, and Big Birthday Die-namics.
I am so excited about this month’s release! I love every.single.product so much! Starting with what I used on this card: Party Animals Stamp Set and Die-namics and Wish Die-namics. I sponged the “ground” part of my background, stamped the sentiment on it, stenciled clouds for the top and set a bunch of balloons floating up into the sky.
I popped up the “WISH”, added a rainbow banner and a sweet little tabby kitten to finish it off.
Next up is an ingenious way to present gift cards—we now have Gift Card Window and Frame Die-namics and Gift Card Pouches!!
I used Coffee Date Stamp Set for the background and a couple of coffee cups for accent, also using Coffee Cup Die-namics. The sentiment is from the new Gift Card Greetings Stamp Set and was heat embossed then popped up on foam on top of a strip of patterned paper.
To access the gift card, I added Essential Sentiments Zip Strips and a sentiment from Interactive Labels.
To finish off, another sentiment from Gift Card Greetings on the inside.
And that’s it for Day Five of MFT’s February Release Countdown! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope to see you back tomorrow for Day Four!
All products from My Favorite Things unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Party Animals
Die-namics: Wish, Party Animals
Stencils: Mini Cloud Edges
Dye Ink: Blue Breeze, Sour Apple
Hybrid Ink: Extreme Black
MFT Card Stock: Sweet Tooth, Black Licorice, No-Line Coloring card stock
Supplies: foam mounting tape, Multi Medium Matte Glue
Tools: Smart Grid Paper Pad, MISTI, Square Bone Folder, Scor-Buddy, QuickStik Pick-up Tool, Precision Tip Glue Applicator Bottle, Copics, Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen, Mini Ink Blending Tool, craft tweezers
Gift Card Card:
Stamps: Coffee Date, Gift Card Greetings, Interactive Labels
Die-namics: Coffee Date, Gift Card Window & Frame, Essential Sentiment Zip Strips, Hearts in a Row – Horizontal, A2 Stitched Rectangles STAX Set 1
Dye Ink: Elf Green
Hybrid Ink: Kraft
Specialty Inks: Versamark
Patterned Paper: Fresh Squeezed Chevron
MFT Card Stock: Kraft, Elf Green, Sweet Tooth, No-Line Coloring
Supplies: foam mounting tape, Multi Medium Matte Glue, Gift Card Pouches
Tools: Smart Grid Paper Pad, MISTI, Square Bone Folder, Scor-Buddy, QuickStik Pick-up Tool, Precision Tip Glue Applicator Bottle, Embossing Magic, Copics, craft tweezers
Other: Khaki embossing powder, heat tool
These are both so great, but that gift card is so fun.ReplyDelete
Loving how cute you've made the Kittie look and the sky behind.ReplyDelete
So super cute and fun!!ReplyDelete
What's not to love here?! That balloon filled clouded sky is perfect. I love where you hung the banner and how you colored the "i" candle.ReplyDelete
Great Cards! Lots of details!ReplyDelete
Especially like your coffee card!
Wonderful projects! I absolutely love the party animals stamp set!ReplyDelete
Love both of your cards.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colour palette on the gift card and the first card is so bright and cheery. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Two fabulous cards- the bright colored balloons are gorgeous floating in the sky and say HAPPY BIRTHDAY! The gift card says yummm!ReplyDelete
Great cards! I love the tabby kitten! Love your gift card too!ReplyDelete
Love the gift card enclosure!ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are great but, WOW, that gift card holder is incredible!!!ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are great but my heart goes to the first one with these colorful, cheerful balloons !ReplyDelete
I love how you played with the gift card holder and how you staggered the balloons, Barbara...so creative and fun!ReplyDelete
your wish card is perfect, I love it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card!Love how the balloons stand out!tfsReplyDelete
Great card. It looks like the balloons could just pop right off the page!ReplyDelete