Monday, April 2, 2018

MFT April Release Countdown--Day 1



It's the last day of My Favorite Things April Release Countdown! All new goodies will
 go on sale tomorrow, April 3rd at 9PM EST.


Today I'm sharing a Mother's Day card, pairing Bold Blossoms with a new word
Die-namics and the camouflage technique. 


I stamped a background using MFT's dye inks. To add dimension, I went over the leaves 
with a Copic marker and highlighted the flowers with a white Gel pen. I cut through the 
stamped piece with the MOM Die-namics, then placed adhesive tape behind the opening. 
I layered three more sets of letters together, then popped them back in the respective 
openings with the stamped letters on top.


The panel was cut with a stitched rectangle die, then adhered to a Stone Gray card base. 
The second part of the sentiment was white embossed on a sentiment strip, then 
adhered to the card. 

Visit today's Countdown post at My Favorite Things and don't forget to leave a comment 
for a chance to win a $75 prize! Thanks for stopping by today and hope you'll stop 
by tomorrow for the New Product Launch!



9 comments:

  1. Beautiful stamping and I love how you created the camouflage with your alphas! A really beautiful 'mom' card, Donna!

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  2. I love your card. It is a standout for me.

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  3. Beautiful, cheerful card. Like the added details.

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  4. Pretty colorful design. I really like this technique for the lettering. And yes, I need to remember the adhesive you used rather than my gluing it and doing it the hard way. :)

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  5. What a delightful card, Donna. The created floral background is so cheery and the MOM stands out so well--thanks for the card and for sharing how you created MOM.

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  6. Very pretty and cheerful mom card, Donna! Your Copic shading and white gel pen highlighting are so effective. The die-cut sentiment with the camouflage technique is very interesting. Thanks for sharing how you did it! Hideko xx

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