Friday, February 2, 2018

MFT February Release Countdown Day 4!


Hello everyone! Welcome to MFT February Release Countdown Day 4!

Today, I'm sharing a love-themed card using the sweet Splendid Swans stamp set.


To begin, I stamped the images from Splendid Swans with Hybrid Cement Ink on Blending Card  for a softer look. I colored them with Copics and used the coordinating dies to cut it out. I added accents with white Gel Pen.

 I inked A2 white panel with Distress Inks in Mermaid Lagoon, Wilted Violet, Picked Raspberry, and Spun Sugar to create my background. To add texture, I spritzed it with water. Once dried, I embossed the sentiment with silver embossing powder.

After adhering the background panel to a card base, I mounted the die-cut white frame using the largest die from Single Stitch, Line Tag-Corner Rectangle Die-namics with two layers of Foam Mounting Tape for dimension. To finish, I adhered the images to make the scene with varying dimensions and added some Clear Droplets.





Visit today’s countdown post at My Favorite Things blog for more peeks at the
February release and leave a comment there for a chance to win a $75 prize!

Thanks for stopping by! See you again tommorrow!
Hugs, Amy


12 comments:

  1. Oh my God ! That’s a magnificent card !
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  2. Wow that card it gorgeous! The ink blending is unbelievable!! Great job! The line tag corner rectangle Die is nice

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  3. The coloring on the swans really give them dimension, exceptional job!

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  4. Beautiful card. Great background for those cute swans. Love the design.

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  5. Really elegant and beautiful card!

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  6. this card is perfect for valentines day!!!

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  7. Love the peaceful feel of this card!tfs

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  8. Such a pretty card!Love the ink blended background!

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  9. Such a delicate but beautiful card, those adorable swans look so in love x

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  10. Love your swan scene! Love the octagon rectangles!

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