Tuesday, June 21, 2016

MFT June Card Kit Release Day


Today's the day! You may now purchase My Favorite Things June Card Kit,
Make a Wish, in the MFT Store!



I have one more card to share using this fun kit and of course, I had to use
one of my favorite coloring techniques--ink distressing.


  The candles and sentiment were white embossed on watercolor
card stock, and the flames were embossed separately to get them as close
together as possible. A combination of Distress and MFT's dye inks were
blended over the embossed images, then spattered with water.


I adhered a strip of diagonal stripes on the card base, and trimmed the panel to fit.
The card was finished off with some clear sequins.

Remember to leave comments on all the participating designers' blogs by
Thursday, June 23rd for a chance to win a $50 MFT gift voucher!
Thanks for stopping by during the countdown, and happy shopping!



52 comments:

  1. OHHHH! Such a gorgeous card. Lovely colors!

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  2. I love the cards that you have made with this kit! They are adorable!!!

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  3. Great background for these white embossed candles.

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  4. Awesome colors and details on your pretty card!

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  5. WOW!! This is such a fun card! Love all the embossing you did with the blended background. Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. I love the white embossed candles!!!

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  7. The graphic details on the candles are perfect for ink resist. The world is made brighter because of the candlelight. Really stunning results.

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  8. Love this card and the embossing technique

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  9. Great card and you made use of the kit contents.

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  10. Great card and you made use of the kit contents.

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  11. Great card and you made use of the kit contents.

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  12. Gorgeous card! I really need to try that technique, it adds so much dimension without adding layers! I'd love to know how you adhere clear sequins without any adhesive showing? Thanks!

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  13. Gorgeous card! I really need to try that technique, it adds so much dimension without adding layers! I'd love to know how you adhere clear sequins without any adhesive showing? Thanks!

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  14. Your colors are spectacular! Love the embossing!

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  15. Love the embossing and the ink blending.

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  16. Wow, this is so gorgeous. Love how you created the stunning background:)

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  17. Donna, this is a fabulous, festive and beautiful CAS birthday card!

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  18. I love the card samples you make. So fun.

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  19. Wow!! Love the colors on this background!! Creative design! :)

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  20. Wonderful watercolor resist technique on this festive card.

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  21. Wonderful watercolor resist technique on this festive card.

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  22. LOVE your card and this new card kit!!!

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  23. LOVE your card and this new card kit!!!

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  24. Yep! That's a Donna card, done in your beautiful signature style! Stunning my friend!!

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  25. Wonderful technique--beautiful card!

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  26. Your card is so awesome - the embossing is so clean and crisp!! Love the way you have water colored behind the candles - just a wonderful, cool card!!

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  27. Love it! The white candles really pop against your great background

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  28. Beautiful card! I love the blended background; it really makes those candles "shine"!

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  29. Don't ya just love embossed resist?!! LOVE!

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  30. I always love resist cards. Great design.

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  31. Very pretty card! Love the background ♥

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  32. I love the contrast between background and candles.

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  33. What a great card! I love the embossing and blending!

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  34. Very lovely card. Thanks for sharing

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