MFT Beautiful Blooms Card Kit | Day 2

Hello! Today I have another card to share that I created with the new My Favourite Things Beautiful Blooms card kit! This is the first card kit that MFT has released and it includes everything you need to make a ton of beautiful cards including a stamp set, coordinating die-namics, patterned paper, ink, cardstock and sequins. And the best part... everything is perfectly coordinated together so all you have to do is create!

The kit officially releases tonight at 10pm! You can find all the details about the kit and how it works on the MFT blog here
Yesterday I shared a card where I stamped the flowers and leaves with the coloured inks included in the kit, onto the green wood patterned paper. Today I have a card that is pretty similar, but I changed up a few things to show you how easy it is to completely change the look of the card while still using a lot of the same supplies.

Rather than using coloured ink on this one, I chose to use black ink. You don't get black ink in the kit, but it's a pretty common ink colour for card makers to already have in their stash. ;) I chose to stamp on the blue patterned paper this time, to give the look of a silhouette of flowers against the sky. 

I stamped another sentiment from the stamp set directly onto the patterned paper, tucked neatly into the stems. I just stamped stems and flowers until I felt like it was full enough without looking messy. Once I had all of the stamping done, I adhered the panel to a piece of green cardstock, trimmed it down and adhered to the top right corner of a kraft card base.

To finish the card I added some clear sequins to the centers of some of the flowers. I love that this card looks so different from yesterday's, even though I did a lot of the same steps on this one. ;)

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I'll be back tonight with one more card to share from the new Beautiful Blooms card kit. Don't forget to head over to the MFT blog for more creative team inspiration! ;)

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23 comments:

  1. I really like your stamping of the flowers in black - it's so pretty and so simple

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  2. I do like the black outline stamping!

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  3. Your card is beautiful with the black ink instead of the colored one. Is so simple thanks for the inspiration.
    Do you know if it will be shipped internationally and how much the kit will cost?

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  4. Like the flowers in black very stunning

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  5. awesome...the black ink is so unexpected and simply perfect.

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  6. What a lovely treatment and how nice for a set of notecards using the same technique since they are simple but attractive so they would be easy to assemble for making numerous sets of cards at one time. Nice idea!

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  7. Love how the flowers stamped in black looks on the background paper. It is a simple but stunning effect.

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  8. Love how the flowers stamped in black looks on the background paper. It is a simple but stunning effect.

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  9. So pretty - love the simple design:)

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  10. So pretty - love the simple design:)

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  11. Really cute card you did an awesome job.

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  12. How pretty, I love how you made all the colors in black. Very different.

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  13. Love that these images make a statement even in black on a simple background. Gorgeous!

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  14. Love that these images make a statement even in black on a simple background. Gorgeous!

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  15. I love silhouette look! Just so pretty!

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  16. Your card just goes to show you don't always need color. Very nice.

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  17. Your card it so beautiful. I love the wood grain papers in the kit.

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  18. Loving the flowers in silhouette xxx

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  19. Very pretty, love the blooms stamped in black.

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  20. Gorgeous off-centred card!! This new kit is amazing! Thanks a lot for the great inspiration! Yours, Steph
    www.CraftedBySteph.blogspot.com

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