Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Inspired By!

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Hi All!

It’s Day 4 of the MFTeasers and I have another card to share with you! Today the MFT Stamps Design Team are featuring three more of the new sets that are to be released by MFT Stamps on Wednesday 6th October.

The sets being shown today are called Flapper Doodles in the Kitchen; Be Inspired – Cage Bird and Jolinne – I’m Sorry.

For my card today I used the Be Inspired – Cage Bird stamp set. This is a brand new range of stamps that MFT will be releasing. I have been wanting to create a card using the brick wall technique for some time now and finally got around to doing it.

On the front of my card I used three MFT Die-namics …. these are:

  • Button Quartet die which is a brand new die going to be released this week.
  • Notebook Edge die
  • Rounded Banner die

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Here is the inside of my card, I used one of the sentiments included in the set and also another MFT Die-namic die…. this one is the Scalloped Scallop Die.

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Here are the details about the upcoming release:

  • The MFT release is on October 6th at 10 PM EST. You can attend the release party from 8-10 PM EST here in the forum for fun, games, and prizes! All the new sets and dies will be available on October 6th at 10 PM EST.
  • MFT Hop & Shop starts Wednesday at 10 PM EST on Kim's blog
  • The guest designer contest is ON! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $100 in stamp sets and play along with the DT for a month.
  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to Kim's blog at 11 AM EST. Be sure to leave comments as you go for a chance to win one of 2 sets being given away, just for leaving a comment. :) Check Kim's blog every day for the winners.

Stamps: Inspired By Caged Bird – MFT Stamps
Paper: White; Black; Kraft; Green; Secret Bird Society DP – Kaisercraft
Die-namics: Button Quartet Die; Notebook Edge Die; Rounded Banner Die; Scalloped Scallop Die – MFT Stamps
Other: Black Ink; Old Paper Distress Ink; Black Rhinestones; Black Grosgrain Ribbon; Foam Tape

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30 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

STUNNING Frances!!

Tracey said...

WOW! A gorgeous card Frances!!

Virgo5 said...

Oh you did a beautiful job with this one Frances, perfect paper for this set and I was curious how that round banner looked...I might have to add that to my list!

Lisa F said...

Gorgeous! Love the colors you used!

Kelli said...

OH! WOW! Frances, that brick wall technique is PERFECT for this set... That sentiment just MAY have booted me outta my glum.... :)

GORGEOUS CARD!!!!!

Nancy Thomas said...

This is simply brilliant - that brick background is just sheer genius!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Oh my word Frances! This is simply STUNNING! The brick technique is OUT of this world! GORGEOUS!

jenny said...

Ooooo!!! Very interesting! The brick work is so eye-catching! way to make this stamp set 'your own'!!

Dawn said...

Very beautiful card Frances!

Silli said...

OMG, wonderful colors Frances! Love it!

Melody said...

Pretty! Love the look of the brick wall!

Danni said...

Awesome card!!

Amanda said...

BRILLIANT! BRAVO!! BRAVO!! I love, love your idea!! The tiled wall, in pieces, is pure Brilliance :)

Scrapcollectr said...

Wow, I love that technique! Thanks for sharing that. Your cards are beautiful!

lilscrappers said...

I am astounded by the talent that comes out on these hops! Absolutely stupendous!

Luann said...

Wow! That was my first thought when I saw your card. Beautiful.

Michele Boyer said...

This is gorgeous, Frances. That technique works perfectly with this set!

Susan said...

Wow! I wish I had even half of your creativity! This is beautiful.

Amy said...

Love your use of all the Die-namics! Super super job!

Sue D said...

Wow--very cool technique.

Tanja said...

Lovely cards Frances.

Barbara said...

Gorgeous, Frances--I love that wall!

Silke Ledlow said...

Fabulous card Frances!!! The colors are so strikingly dramatic too!!! The new image is WOW!!! Hugs ~S~

Lisa H. said...

oh, my goodness, is this ever pretty! LOVE that technique!

Rhonda said...

This is a stunning card Frances. Love the layout.

szbacn1 said...

I love what you did with this... especially the "brick" wall effect in the background. Beautiful card!!!

Jessica said...

this is fabulous! love that technique you used!

Jessie/knightrone said...

What a stunning card!!

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