Shirt & Tie Card - MFT February Release Replay

February 14, 2017

💗💗💗 Happy Valentine's Day!! 💗💗💗

Today the MFT Creative Team is taking a fresh look at our most recent release with inspiring ideas and innovative takes on the complete collection. We love the opportunity to look at our products with fresh eyes, envisioning entirely new ways to showcase the possibilities they present!

I made a shirt shaped card using the new Denim Background stamp and the Boss Babe stamp set. It's a fun masculine card!

I borrowed this idea and template from HERE, but changed the tie and added a pocket. 


I made my card base from Cornflower CS and stamped both the front and the back with the Denim Background using Blueberry Premium Dye ink to add texture. I added the stitching lines on the collar and the pocket with a white gel pen. 
The tie was cut out of a patterned paper from the Plaid Patterns Merry & Bright Paper Pack. Here is a measurement of my tie.


I white embossed a sentiment from the Boss Babe stamp set on a Safety Orange panel and added a few wooden stars to finish off the card.

Head on over to the MFT blog to see what the other DT members have come up with for today! I'm sure you'll be inspired a lot with their fabulous projects. :)

Thank you for stopping by!

MFT February New Product Launch

February 8, 2017

It's time to shop! MFT's February new products are available for purchase now!


I'd like to share a birthday card for boy I made using the new Space Explorer stamp set & Die-namics.

I cut my background panel out of Blueberry CS using the Blueprints 13 Die-namics and stamped it with Star Celebration Background using Versa Mark ink. As I wanted to create my "Milky Way", I cut a piece of watercolor paper using the End of the Rainbow Die-namics and inked it with rainbow colors of Premium Dye inks.(The inks I used are listed at the bottom of this blog post.)  I adhered it to the background panel along with the planets, popped up the astronaut with foam tape, and added the sentiment panel.


I covered his face with Glossy Accents and added a little Glitter Drops (White Blizzard) to the balloons.


Head on over to the MFT blog to see the other DT members have come up with for today. And don't forget to leave comments on the DT blogs for your chance to win a prize! (Check out the MFT blog for more details!)

I'd like you to check out the February Release Class that is available on the MFT blog, too. You can download five tutorials in one easy PDF for free! I've shared a tutorial on how to make a slider card using the new Farm Friends stamp set & Die-namics. (I shared the card on Day 3 of the Release Countdown.)



Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy shopping! ;)

MFT February Release Countdown Day 1

February 7, 2017

It's final day of the MFT February Release Countdown! The new products that we have been showcasing this past five days will be available for purchase at 9:00 pm EST TONIGHT!! 

I have another slider card to share with you today. I found a perfect sentiment in the new Boss Babe stamp set to pair with my Space Explorer stamp set.

To create my background panel, I blended some purple and blue inks on watercolor paper, spattered it with some water and white ink, then cut it with a die from the Blueprints 24 Die-namics. I made my slider mechanism using the Circle Spinner Channels Die-namics and the star and rocket images from the Space Explorer stamp set. I used a Slider Element for the rocket, and a Spin & Slide Disc for the star so only the star can spin.


For the ground, I cut a panel of Fuse Green CS using the Stitched Basic Edges Die-namics and the Blueprints 24 Die-namics, white embossed a sentiment from the Boss Babe stamp set, then stamped it with the Lots of Dots Background using Versa Mark ink.

All the images were colored with Copics and cut out with the matching dies. I covered astronaut's face with Glossy Accents for a realistic look. 




 Head on over to the MFT blog to see all the products revealed today and for more inspiration from the DT! You can also find a printable shopping list there. Print it out, make your shopping list, then set the alarm at 9:00 pm EST tonight.

Thank you for stopping by. I'll be back at 9:00 pm EST to celebrate the release. ;)