Saturday, April 2, 2016

MFT April Release Countdown--Day 3



It's Day 3 of My Favorite Things April Release Countdown and this month's
Pure Innocence is Loads of Thanks--a little gardener with a wheelbarrow
full of spring blooms.

Today I'm sharing two cards with her, using Prismacolor pencils on kraft.
On the first card, I colored in the flowers and highlighted the gardener
and wheelbarrow with just a white pencil.


The panel was cut with the rectangle element from Blueprints 24 and
adhered to a Chocolate Brown card base. The sentiment was white embossed
on a strip of Razzle Berry card stock that was cut with the banner element
from the new Blueprints 28.

The second card was also colored with Prismacolor pencils on kraft.
I die cut her and adhered her to a kraft card base and added a strip of navy
striped paper from the new Proper Pinstripes Paper Pack on the bottom edge.


The punny sentiment fit perfectly in the smallest Inside and Out Stitched
Rounded Retangle STAX, which I popped up on the card, and finished off
with a few enamel dots.

Don't forget to visit the MFT blog to see today's countdown post and leave a
comment there for your chance to win a $75 gift card, and see what the
participating designers are sharing.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



27 comments:

  1. Really like the coloring on you 1st card!

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  2. Wow so pretty on the craft card stock, the white on there is awesome. And the second one is colored so great on the kraft, I will have to try this myself, thanks

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  3. Awesome cards. I'm surely going to give coloring on Kraft a shot. So pretty

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  4. Awesome cards. I'm surely going to give coloring on Kraft a shot. So pretty

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  5. Great two cards using hraft paper and colored pencils- The card using just a white pencil on the little girl really works to show her off as well as the flowers!

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  6. Great two cards using hraft paper and colored pencils- The card using just a white pencil on the little girl really works to show her off as well as the flowers!

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  7. I LOve every single thing you do, Donna ... oh that light you shine with the white pencil is fabulous!
    =]

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  8. Donna, these are both fabulous but I love the white on kraft. Stunning!! Your coloring skills really are amazing. Your cards are always my favorites!

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  9. I love both cards that you made with this cute stamp set. I don't think I can choose a favorite. It was very creative to use the white pencil, which really makes the colors of the flowers stand out. Nice work on both cards!

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  10. Gorgeous cards Donna, love the the touch of colour on the first - so eye catching, and really sweet sentiments :-)

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  11. I love cards on Kraft! Especially with Prismacolor pencils. You did a great job with both of these.

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  12. I love cards on Kraft! Especially with Prismacolor pencils. You did a great job with both of these.

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  13. Oh my gosh Donna, you are so creative! Both cards are fabulous...I'm especially crushing on the white pencil...WOW!

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  14. Love your cards. The kraft looks great.

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  15. These are both so cute Donna! I really love the colored pencil on the kraft! I need to try that! Beautiful work!

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  16. I really like the prisma colors on the tan card stock.

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  17. These are both just darling! Love the idea of white on kraft.

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  18. Wow, both are GORGEOUS!! Love that about you... you really know how to use kraft card stock with MFT/Pur Innocence images!

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  19. I LOVE both of these cards. Your coloring is fabulous with the Prismacolors!!

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