Hooray!! - MFT July Release Countdown Day 4

July 5, 2019

Welcome to Day 4 of the MFT July Release Countdown. I have two birthday cards to share with you today.



I stenciled the star confetti on a Smooth White panel using Lemon Chiffon and Limelight Premium Dye Inks to create my background.
I die cut the word "HOORAY" with the Impact Alphabet Die-namics and the exclamation mark with the Impact Numbers Die-namics. I applied Versa Mark Ink only top portion of each letter, dipped them in Princess Gold Embossing Powder, then heat embossed. I die cut three more sets of letters out of Lemon Chiffon CS and layered under the heat embossed letters for thickness and a shadow effect. 


I adhered them to the panel and added a thin sentiment panel to the center which I heat embossed a sentiment from the Bitty Birthday Wishes Stamp Set.



For my second card, I played with a bitty "HB2U" stamp from the Bitty Birthday Wishes Stamp Set to create a graphical design.


I made a partial circular design by stamping it eleven times in rainbow colors with the help of my MISTI and GinaK Wreath Builder Template (3-3/4"). I cut it with a die from the A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 2 Die-namics, added a die-cut "cheers" (which is this month's Free with $60 die), and stamped another sentiment in Cement Grey.
I added a Gold Sparkle panel under the focal panel and adhered them to a card base. Then I added a strip of pattern paper along the right edge of the focal panel.


All the new products will be available for purchase on July 9 at 10 am EDT.
Visit the MFT blog to see all the products revealed today and for more inspiration from the DT. Leave a comment on today's post on the MFT blog for your chance to win a prize!

Thank you for stopping by!

**The links to the new products won't work until the release day.

3 comments:

  1. Great job on your cards. I loved both of them. This new release is so much fun. Thank you so much for sharing today.

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  2. Gorgeous as always, Yoshie! Jo x

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  3. Beautiful card, love the way you placed the stamps on this

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