Tuesday, November 12, 2013

MFT New Product Launch - it's time to shop!

You've waited so patiently while the MFT Design Team counted down through seven days of teasers for all the New November Products. It's now time to shop!!! You'll find all the new products in the Brand  New section of the MFT Boutique.

Tonight we have even more inspiration for you, with a recap of all the new stamp sets from the November New Product Launch. And there are prizes too…EACH designer has a $10 gift certificate to the MFT Boutique for one random commenter, so be sure to leave some love as you hop around.

I worked with Banner Greetings. It's full of greetings for so many occasions!

For my first card I paired Banner Greetings with Pure Innocence It's a Sign to create a sweet birthday card.


I started with a Sweet Tooth card base then added a layer of the new Safety Orange card stock. Along the bottom of the card I used a piece of Blu Raspberry and stamped it with the new Striped Backgrounds using Blu Raspberry Premium Dye Ink.

For the sentiment I used the Banner Greetings Die-namics to cut out some Smooth White then I stamped the sentiment from Banner Greetings using Blu Raspberry Premium Dye Ink. I mounted it on foam tape for dimension.

For the girl I stamped her with Memento Tuxedo Black onto X-Press It Blending Card and coloured her with copic markers. I fussy cut around her and backed her with some Steel Grey, which I cut out using the Pierced Rectangle STAX Die-namics. I added a Safety Orange button tied with Hemp Cord to finish it off.

On the inside I stamped a sentiment from Birthday Greetings. It's so fun to be able to combine different stamp sets together.

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My next card also combines stamp sets, Banner Greetings and Clearly Sentimental about Anniversaries.


I started with a Sweet Tooth card base again then added a layer of Pink Lemonade. I used the new Woodgrain Background stamped with Pink Lemonade Premium Dye Ink to add pattern to the background layer.

I used the Banner Greetings Die-namics to cut out the Chocolate card stock (another new colour) and stamped the sentiment from Banner Greetings with Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink. I wanted it to have a little extra dimension though so I stamped it again onto another piece of Chocolate and cut out the sentiment part then popped it on foam tape.

Here's a shot of the dimension.

I used the new Pierced Oval STAX Die-namics to cut out the Kraft oval then stamped the sentiment using Black Licorice Premium Dye Ink.

The gorgeous flower is the new Hybrid Camellia Flower Die-namics. There are three parts to the flower but for my bloom I only used two parts to keep it a little smaller. I cut the flower from Berrylicious card stock and added a pearl to the center. The leaves were cut from Sour Apple and Jellybean Green using the new Layered Leaves Die-namics.

On the inside of the card I stamped another sentiment from Clearly Sentimental about Anniversaries and added a Pink Lemonade border which I cut out using the Faux Crochet Border Die-namics.


Be sure to hop over to the MFT Blog for a list of participating designers and don't forget to comment as you hop around, for a chance to with a $10 gift Certificate to the MFT Boutique.


Happy Shopping and Hopping!

Here are the supplies I used on the Enjoy Your Special Day card:



Here are the supplies I used on the Best Wishes card:




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Thanks for stopping by!
Karen

43 comments:

Patricia Barber said...

Great cards!Love the PI stamp, it's one of my favs!

Beth F said...

The more I see that woodgrain stamp, the more I need to have it! Thanks for inspiring me with your lovely cards!

zehra said...

I love the cards, beautiful cards, awesome coloring

Angel said...

Oh, I love that PI card! And the best wishes one is so very pretty!! Rock Star, girlie!

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

The new flower and leaves are just SO pretty! And I like that new Safety Orange color, too!

Paula Nemethy said...

I love the wood grain stamp. I am seeing so many great cards made with it!

joy said...

Love your cards! I like the way you only used part of the flower to make it smaller. Thanks for your inspiration.

Tracey said...

Beautiful cards!!!

Anne Slattery said...

Like the pink and kraft together. Thanks for sharing -- very inspiring.

Judith said...

Such a happy colour combination.
Love the dimention on the second card!

Judith said...

... sorry: dimension (of course...)

Katico67 said...

yay! What an awesome release and great projects!!

Cheryl Gramlich said...

Such cute cards.. love the multi colored leaves!

Tami B. said...

The new banners stamps and die really are great & I love how you used them.

neddgirl said...

Awesome creativity.

Rebecca
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K. Joy said...

Great cards! The PI card is so cute. I don't think I would have combined those colors on my own, but they are actually cute when you put them together!! :) Thanks for sharing!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

GORGEOUS cards Karen! I love them both, especially your PI card with the wonderful colors and coloring!!

Colleen said...

Love the PI card so cute and your other card is just beautiful!

Heidi Orndorff said...

Beautiful cards - Thank You!

jj said...

Love how you used the banners. They look so versatile.

Peggy said...

Fabulous cards! Like that the banner greetings is so versatile!

De hobby droom said...

Amazing!! Thanks for inspiring me :)

JoAnn said...

Beautiful cards. Love the colors and the new Banner Greetings and dies. Thanks for the inspiration.

Kim said...

Great cards!

Amy S said...

Such cute cards! Love the banners!

Tammy H said...

Adorable cards. Love that sweet little girl with her chalkboard. Thanks for sharing.

Cyndi said...

Thanks for a great release. Love the layered look of the banner.

Sabrina said...

Such a cute card!!

Cute Crafty Cuts said...

Beautiful cards, thanks for sharing :)

Debbie said...

love how you added a sentiment to the chalkboard
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Lizzie T a/k/a Wifelady said...

Stunning cards!

Linda Knox said...

thanks for sharing your great cards.

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Oh these are so super cute, definetly going to need the banners!

Cindy Vernon said...

Great projects. Really fun.

Larissa Heskett said...

OMG!! I'm LOVING your AMAZING INSPIRATION!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!!

Lisa Page said...

Love it! This is such a cute PI stamp ... fabulous artwork this week!

Lezlye Lauterbach said...

Great cards and colors!

Alta O said...

I'm lovin' those layered leaves!

Laura Lunsford said...

I love the blue color you used with the first card and the PI stamp is so adorable.

Laureen said...

PI girl is always my fav! Pretty card!

Shari Czerwinski said...

Great cards- love the stitching!

RachelV said...

Love your cards! I really like the subtle blue striped background in the first one!

Lisa H. said...

thanks for using that safety orange. loooks pretty with those colors. love your second card, too. those leaves are fantastic! can't wait to get mine.