MFT May Card Kit Countdown Day 2

May 16, 2017

It's Day 2 of the MFT May Card Kit Countdown. The new Sketchy Flowers Card Kit will be available for purchase TONIGHT at 9:00 pm EDT!

(NOTE : The products written in boldface are included in the kit.)
First I dry embossed a Smooth White panel using the Moroccan Lattice Stencil and adhered to the card base with foam tape.

Then I adhered a frame cut out of Kraft CS with the Stitched Rectangle Scallop Edge Frames Die-namics. I die cut three "YOU"s - two were from Lavender Fields CS and one was from Tiny Check patterned paper -, layered them, and adhered in the frame. I gold embossed the words "MAKE MY LIFE BETTER" from the All About You stamp set and cut it out with a die from the Blueprints 27 Die-namics.

I stamped the flowers with Milk Chocolate, Persimmon, and Fuse Green Premium Dye inks and added the tiny spots with a white pigment marker. I cut them out with the matching dies and adhered along with a Mini Delicate Doily and a Vellum circle panel. Several sequins were added to finish off the card.

Head on over to the MFT blog to see the full reveal of the kit and for more inspiration from the DT.

Thank you for stopping by!


  1. Beautiful card. I love the die behind the flower and the gingham letters make it such a fresh looking spring card. Love the colors.

  2. Beautiful card. how did you do the embossing on the back ground? the links to the item dont work. The use of the doily die is a great addition. Lovely card.

    1. Hi Francine,
      Sorry for the inconvenience. Here is a link to the Moroccan Lattice Stencil.
      And if you'd like to know how to do dry embossing with stencils, this video may help you.

      Thank you! :)

  3. What a sweet card and great ideas!

  4. Love, love, love this card! So, so pretty!

  5. I love what you did with the stencil!!

  6. You did so many techniques on this card equaling a very pretty card! I love the stencil idea and appreciate the video, the doily behind the red flowers, and the YOU in blue plaid paper! I also like that you used chocolate ink instead of black on the flowers! Makes them softer. Very pretty!