Just a couple more days until the September release is available from My Favorite Things.
And I’m happy to be back with a few more projects made with some of the new stuff.
Shall we get started? Alright. We shall.🙂
Please give it up for card #1.
Boy, talk about a fun one to make! Are those leaves cool or what?!
I cut those bad boys with the new Falling Leaves Die-namics (which land on the 16th at MFT). I used my metal shim with my Big Shot to cut them so that the lines really showed up. And to make them look a little more realistic, I sponged on some yellow and red inks.
I decided to kinda live on the edge (well, so to speak) and add a jute bow to them. Just a fun little touch.
And with that, meet card #2.
I used some of the same supplies on this card as the last. But look real close at the background. I cut the new Proof Positive Cover-Up (also from the Sept. release) from white cardstock and then set it on my card. Love that it looks dry-embossed, even though it was not.
Finally, meet card #3.
Again, for this one, I used some of the same supplies as the other two cards.
I did adventure a little here though and combine words from two different Die-namics sets —- Words of Gratitude Die-namics and Many Thanks Die-namics. I thought “grateful thanks” sounded nice together… and looked cute too! ;)
So there you have it.
Here’s a complete list MFT supplies I used to make these cards:
- Pinking Edge rectangle STAX Die-namics (arrives on 9/16)
- Fine Check Background stamp (arrives on 9/16)
- Mini Chicken Wire Background stamp (arrives on 9/16)
- Falling Leaves Die-namics (arrives on 9/16)
- Proof Positive Die-namics (arrives on 9/16)
- Many Thanks Die-namics (arrives on 9/16)
- Words of Gratitude Die-namics (arrives on 9/16)
- Thankful Thoughts stamp set (arrives on 9/16)
- Cardstocks: Lemon Drop; Orange Fizz
- Inks: Lemon Drop; Black Licorice; Razzleberry
- Metal shim or adaptor plate for die-cutting machine
Thanks again for stopping by today! And don’t forget to hit the MFT blog to see which other MFT Design Team members are sharing projects today.