Saturday, August 5, 2017

MFT August Release Countdown--Day 3

We're halfway through with My Favorite Things August Release Countdown!
Today I'm featuring the newest Pure Innocence--A Phone Call Away.

I love that the image has a nostalgic feature--a rotary dial telephone!
The little girl and phone were stamped and colored with Copics and cut with
the matching Die-namics. The Make Your Mark background was stamped on
Latté card stock with Versamark ink, then trimmed with BP 24.

The sentiments fit inside of the Essential Speech Bubbles Die-namics and
I did a bit of adjusting on the smaller bubble and added the question mark
with a fine point marker. I grounded the little girl with an oval shadow, and
enamel dots finished off the card.

Be sure to visit today's Countdown post at My Favorite Things for more
inspiration and leave a comment there for a chance to win a $75 prize!


  1. Great release! Awesome project! I especially love this sweet girl!

  2. I love this stamp set and your card is super cute!:)

  3. Well done! Cool way you showed the conversation.

  4. What a cute stamp set!! I LOVE your coloring and the use of those fun bubbles!! (which I NEED!!!)

  5. I always forget to add the shadow circle die. Love how you framed your sweet scene

  6. She is so adorable. Love the Polk a dots on her leggings. Nicely done.

  7. I like your rendition of this set. Very colorful. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Oh, I love the color scheme and your choice of the background, Donna! Soooo sweet!
    You even added shades to the speech bubbles, and that's what people say "excellence in details"! Hideko

  9. So retro and absolutely adorable, Donna! Thanks for making me smile :)

  10. So cute, love this little girl and the retro phone. Great use of the background stamp. Nice job.

  11. I love the Make Your Mark background for PI. I am sold on this set because I have several people that we've fallen out of touch with and this would be perfect to send to them. Thanks for the inspiration.

  12. Darling card! Your coloring is wonderful, and I love the tone-on-tone background.