Sunday, January 7, 2018

MFT January New Release Countdown--Day 2


It's two more days until My Favorite Things January Release!
All new products go on sale Tuesday, January 9th at 9PM EST in the MFT Store.


Today I'm sharing two cards made with the Full of Heart Die-namics. I began by
die cutting the cover up on an ink distressed panel, and kept the hearts intact
because I wanted to pop them all up on the card. Using the negative piece to
line them up was the best way to ensure that I'd get perfect rows.

I flipped the panel over and adhered half pieces of foam squares on each heart,
then turned it over and pushed the hearts onto a Cement Gray card base. 


The sentiment was white embossed on a fishtail banner and adhered to the card.


For the second card, I simply adhered the negative space panel onto a black card
base, then added the white embossed sentiment. Two cards, done!


Visit today's countdown post at My Favorite Things for more peeks at the
January Release, and more inspiration from the Creative Team. And don't
forget to leave a comment there for a chance to win a $75 prize!



14 comments:

  1. I love how you showcased the positive and negative for this die, Donna! Both cards are so pretty!

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  2. I love it when we can use every single part of our die-namics cut-outs. You cards are beautiful!

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  3. Love how you showed us both cards. Your first card is a lot of work. I can't believe you adhered that many hearts individually. Wow!

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  4. Oh my ! I love these full panels of rainbow hearts !
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  5. Okay you are just the coolest!! :) That card is SO amazing! I love all of those popped up hearts! And the colors are so pretty! The second one is pretty awesome too! Happy new year my friend! :)

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  6. Both cards are GORGEOUS! How did you achieve the grid pattern on the colored background???

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    1. Hi Lagene! The watercolored piece was ink distressed then "stamped" with a wet stencil to give it some texture. This piece happened to be in my stash of "trial and error" panels.

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  7. Hi Donna. You rocked these cards! I can only imagine how satisfying these were to make.

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  8. The first one is a lot of work but so beautiful! Both of these are beautiful.

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  9. Very nice cards!Love how you made use of everything :) tfs

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  10. Both cards are awesome, Donna! You put little foam adhesive pieces on the hearts one by one - It must have taken time, but it's worth the time, isn't it? Love the pretty ink-distressed & stamped with a wet stencil panel! Hideko

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