April 16, 2015

MFT WSC 224

Today I'd like to share a card I made for the current MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge (WSC 224).


I started with a Whip Cream card base. For the background layer I stamped a piece of Whip Cream CS with the Swiss Dots Background in Peach Bellini. I cut it out using the Blueprints 24 and matted it with a Insulation Pink layer.

To create the foal panel I cut out two Stitched Rounded Rectangle panels from Summer Splash CS and Banana Split CS which was also stamped the Swiss Dots background in Peach Bellini.
I created a scene using the You Gnome Me stamp set & Die-namics, Garden Fence Die-namics, and Grassy Edges Die-namics.

I die cut the Summer Splash panel using the Stitched Speech Bubble Edges Die-namics and adhered it onto the Banana Split panel. The "hello" is from the Happy Hellos Die-namics. I die cut it three times and stacked them up.
I added a large scallop border instead of the circle elements in the sketch.

I also decorated the inside of the card using the You Gnome Me stamp set and Stitched Speech Bubble Edges Die-namics.

Head on over to the MFT Challenge & Inspiration blog for the challenge details and more inspiration from the Challenge Team!
And don't forget to stop by the MFT blog for today's installment of the "Shakers Gonna Shake"!!


Thank you so much for stopping by today!

April 15, 2015

Circle Frame Shaker Card

Have you been enjoying MFT's "Shakers Gonna Shake" week? It's Day 3 and we are featuring Frame Shaker Cards today.

Making a shaker card using a frame is pretty basic and simple. With using MFT's Frame Die-namics (like Rectangle Frames, Square Frames, Stitched Rectangle Frames, Stitched Square Frames, Stitched Circle Frames, Precious Polaroids, etc...), it would be easier and fun!

For today, I made a circle shaker card using the Stitched Circle Frames Die-namics , Super Boy stamp set, and You're Super stamp set. I love putting a little scene to the inside of a frame!:)


Let me show you how to make this card with step-by-step photos.

  • Make a 4-1/2" square card base.
  • Pencil a circle line using the largest die from the Circle STAX 1 Die-namics.
  • Pencil a horizontal line using a ruler.




  • Finished the cool night cityscape! :D



  • Die cut a piece of acetate with the circle die and adhere it onto the backside of the frame.
  • Apply some foam tape around the window. If you were impatient, 3D Foam Sheets would make this process easier. (I haven't tried it, because I'm very patient. LOL!)
  • Put some sequins and glitter, and adhere the card base to the frame.
  • Add the Super Boy and speech bubble to the front.

Here is a side view of the card.

Head over to the MFT blog for more inspiration and how to enter to the prize! And you can find some ingredients for making shaker cards HERE.;)

Thank you so much for stopping by!