Monday, December 4, 2017

MFT December Release Countdown Day 1

Hello and welcome to MFT December Release Countdown Day 1. Tonight at 9 PM EST, all of the December products will be available in the MFT Store. Woohoo!!!

Today, I have two cards to share with you. The first card features the beautiful More Rustic Flowers stamp set.


At the bottom of this post, I added links to the products I used on both cards. Please note: the links to the new release items will not work until tonight, December 5th at 9pm EST.

To begin, I trimmed white cardstock to an A2 sized panel and die-cut the center using Sending Hug Dienamics.  I stamped the flowers and leaves using the Distress Oxides. I used second generation stamping technique for a lighter and softer look on all the images. Which means I stamped the image on a scrap paper before stamping it on the panel. I adhered the panel to a top folding card base.


Then, I stamped few extra purple flowers and die-cut them with the coordinating die. I mounted the flowers to the front panel with foam square for dimension.


I die-cut white cardstock with the Sending Hugs Die-namics four times. I glued them together and blended it using Wilted Violet from dark to light as shown. To finish, I glue the sentiment to the center of the front panel.
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The second card features the adorable, Frosty Friends stamp set. This set will be free with every single purchase while supplies last. Isn't that awesome?!


To begin, I trimmed white card stock to an A2 sized panel. Then, I stamped the snowflakes and added Diamond Dust to the center of each snowflake with glue to add sparkle to the card

I stamped the images and colored them with Copic markers and cut them out.


I die-cut Bristol paper with the Snow Globe Die-namics and blended it with Distress Oxides. I stamped the sentiment with Versamark Ink on die-cut Grapsicle card stock and heat embossed white embossing powder.


I adhered the Snow Globe with mounting tape and added the images. To finish, I tied a twine around the panel for that extra sweetness.

Stop by the MFT Blog to view other fabulous products revealed today and don't forget to leave a comment there for your chance to win a $75 prize.

Thank you for stopping by! Have a great day!

Hugs, Amy 


3 comments:

  1. Wonderful color choices!Thank you for the inspiration :)

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  2. Awesome cards, I love the seal scene especially!

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  3. Both of your cards are absolutely amazing ! I love the ombré sentiment.

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