Hard to believe that it’s “almost” time yet again for another awesome release from My Favorite Things.
Gosh to the “by golly” yeah! So how about I share with you a few cards made with some of the new goods? Oh yeah. It’s on. ;)
Each of the cards I am sharing with you today use the new Blueprints 23 Die-namics. (And cough! They “might” also use the new Happy Trio Die-namics and Totally Happy stamp set, which you will be hearing a lot more about later in the week. Cough. Insert happy squeal! Cough!)
I used the new Blueprints 23 Die-namics (which land March 3rd at My Favorite Things with the rest of the March release) to die-cut the rectangle, scalloped borders and flags.
I can’t say this enough about MFT’s Blueprints dies: I love that they come with so many dies. MFT provides an awesome downloadable tip sheet for each set of Blueprints dies, showing you how you can use the dies together to make some cool cards. But the cool thing is that’s really just a start. You make so more different cards with them. The dies are so thought out that just work well together.
So to make those scallops and flags stand out on this card I stamped some stars on them with the Totally Happy stamp set. I love that look that a little bit of stamping gives the die-cuts. It just makes them really pop.
So here’s another card I made with Blueprints 23.
This time, I went all out, creating a shaker card with them! Every element on here (even those sequins) was cut with the Blueprints 23 Die-namics!
I hadn’t really intended on using the large circles as I first started working on this card and then was like, “You know, those might look cool on there.” So I stamped a couple stars on them and just added them to the card. I think it turned out pretty fun!
So here is a list of the MFT products I used to make these cards:
- Blueprints 23 Die-namics (lands 3/3 at MFT)
- Happy Trio Die-namics (lands 3/3 at MFT)
- Totally Happy stamp set (lands 3/3 at MFT)
And be sure to check out the MFT blog to see who else from the design team is sharing projects today!