MFT Colour Challenge #48

Hello and welcome to the newest My Favorite Things colour challenge. This week we're using a couple of shades of purple, mixed with aqua and green in our card designs.

I kept things somewhat simple on my card and created a rectangle focal point on the bottom right corner of the card front. I used the Spring Garden die-namics set to create a flower pot using all 4 of this week's colours. I also stamped some dot detail behind the flower using the lightest purple and then matted the panel onto an aqua cardstock mat.

I stamped a simple sentiment underneath the design and I added some sequins to the flower centers for a bit of detail and dimension.

Before adhering the panel to my card front, I stamped a diagonal stripe pattern on the Grout Gray card base with Versamark ink so it wouldn't look so plain behind the flower. 

Make sure to head over to the MFT challenge blog here to see this weeks colour challenge and to take part by sharing a card you've created with these fun colours. ;)

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MFT Make a Wish Card Kit Release!

Hello! I have another card to share that I created with the new My Favorite Things Make a Wish card kit! This bright and colourful birthday themed kit includes everything you need to make a ton of cards including a 4x8 stamp set with coordinating dies, a 6x6 patterned paper pad, 8 premium dye ink cubes, and 14 sheets of cardstock.

And the best part... everything is perfectly coordinated together so all you have to do is create! The kit is officially available now in the MFT online store.

For my card tonight I stamped and diecut three of the candles with grey and blue ink, added a flame stamped in yellow and finished the candles off with the heart in the center of the flame cut from silver glitter cardstock.

To create the bottom area of the card, I diecut the word 'hello' from the Hello Beautiful die set from white cardstock and I added some Cracked Pistachio and Peacock Feathers distress ink with an ink blending tool over the entire piece.

I then spritzed on some water and dabbed it off with a paper towel to give it a bit of a distressed look. I stamped the sentiment into a white cardstock banner cut from a Stitched Fishtail Banner and I adhered it directly under the edge of the diecut piece.

I then tucked the candles under the cardstock panel and finished the card off by adding some clear sequins scattered around the candles. The finished piece was adhered to a Grout Gray card base.

Thanks so much for joining me for the new Make a Wish card kit reveal. Don't forget to head over to the MFT blog for all of the details on this fun new kit and to see more samples from the creative team!

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MFT Make A Wish - June Card Kit

Hello! Today I have a card to share that I created with the new My Favourite Things Make a Wish card kit! This bright and colourful birthday themed kit includes everything you need to make a ton of cards including a 4x8 stamp set with coordinating dies, a 6x6 patterned paper pad, 8 premium dye ink cubes, and 14 sheets of cardstock.

And the best part... everything is perfectly coordinated together so all you have to do is create! The kit officially releases tonight at 10pm and you can find all the details about the kit and how it works on the MFT blog.

For my card today I used the kit products to create a colourful birthday card using primary colours and a bright green card base. I don't usually use coloured card bases but sometimes i love the splash of colour! ;)

I stamped all of the candles with the red, blue and green inks from the kit and diecut them all with the coordinating dies. Before adhering them to the card, I used some yellow ink and an ink blending tool and added a light circle of colour to the background behind where the flames will be.

Once I had the inking done, I adhered all of the candles and stamped the sentiment underneath with black ink. I then added the flames and hearts that I had diecut from silver and gold cardstock before adhering the finished panel to a green card base.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I'll be back tonight with another card to share from the new Make a Wish card kit. Don't forget to head over to the MFT blog for all of the details on this fun new kit and to see more samples from the creative team!

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MFT Camp Create | Day 5

Hello and welcome to day five of the MFT Camp Create summer camp event! I can't believe we're at the last day of camp already... this week flew by! 

Every day this week we're going back to summer camp to hang out, be inspired and win prizes!! I am so excited to be a part of such a fun event and can't wait to share this week's projects with you! I hope you'll take part and share your creations on the MFT blog.
For the last day of camp we're shaking it up! Literally! We're headed to the arts and crafts cabin with our sequins and sead beeds in hand to create shaker window cards! ;)

Window shaker cards are a little different than regular shaker cards because they let you see right through the card just like a window. I used the End of the Rainbow die-namics to create cloud window on all the layers of the card. I then turned the cloud on the back panel into a shaker by adhering two pieces of vellum together with sequins sandwiched in between.

I decorated the front panel of the card with an aqua and silver sparkle rainbow and added some additional white clouds (the ones that I had cut out for the windows) for detail. I also added some pink ink to the panel to add a bit more colour to the card.

You can head over to the MFT Stamps blog here to see a video sharing how I created the card and for a chance to participate in each day of camp earn badges and be eligible to win a $150 GC to the MFT online store!

Thank you so much for joining us at Camp Create this week!! We'll see you later this summer for some more camping fun!! ;) ;)

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MFT Camp Create | Day 4

Hello and welcome to day four of the MFT Camp Create summer camp event! Every day this week we're going back to summer camp to hang out, be inspired and win prizes!! I am so excited to be a part of such a fun event and can't wait to share this week's projects with you! I hope you'll take part and share your creations on the MFT blog.
For the fourth day of camp were collecting flowers and creating a card featuring partial diecutting. Partial diecutting adds a fun twist to regular diecutting by allowing you to create fun and unique designs. ;)
For my card I partially diecut a flower and leaves from a white cardstock panel using the Funky Flowers stamp set and coordinating die-namics. I diecut the top half of the flower and leaves from the panel and then I used an craft knife to cut the straight edge on either side of the diecut area.

I then stamped the images onto the diecut area and added more stamped flowers and leaves. I coloured all of the images in with Copic markers and stamped the sentiment underneath with black ink. I added the panel to a Grout Gray card base with foam adhesive and added some clear sequins around the design.

You can head over to the MFT Stamps blog here to see a video sharing how I created the card and for a chance to participate in each day of camp earn badges and be eligible to win a $150 GC to the MFT online store! 

Happy camping!! ;)

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