The MFT Design Team Creative Challenge is a monthly feature, where we are challenged to explore our creative side using a specific theme, product, or technique. This month, we were challenged to do some scene building with MFT Stamps and Die-namics. Be sure to check out the MFT Blog for a list of all participating designers who have a project to share with you today.
For my first card today I have used MFT Stamps Doodle Garden Far Out stamp set for the focus of my card.
Along the bottom portion of the card I used Factory Green card stock and the Die-namics Snow Drifts to create my grassy area. I sponged some Factory Green ink along the top edge of each of the grass pieces to help highlight the layers.
To finish off the inside I added a couple of sentiments from the Doodle Garden Far Out stamp set.
|Stamps: Doodle Garden Far Out – MFT Stamps|
|Paper: Sno Cone; Factory Green; Smooth White; Kraft; Lemon Drop; Wild Cherry – MFT Stamps|
|Die-namics: Snow Drifts; Jumbo Cloud Stax; Flower Trio – MFT Stamps|
|Other: Black Licorice Ink (MFT); Factory Green (MFT); Clear Rhinestones; Foam Tape; Copics|
For my second card today I used the Pure Innocence I Wheelie like You as the focus of my scene.
To start my scene I again started with Sno Cone card stock. At the top of my card I added some clouds using the Die-namics Jumbo Cloud STAX and Smooth White card stock. Around the edge of each cloud I sponged some Sno Cone ink.
For the tree I used the Die-namics Sheltering Tree & Leaf Trio this was die cut using Kraft card for the trunk I sponged over the trunk using Kraft ink. For the leaves I used Sour Apple card stock and Factory Green ink.
The sentiment is also from the Pure Innocence I Wheelie like You stamp set.
|Stamps: PI I Wheelie Like You – MFT Stamps|
|Paper: Smooth White; Sweet Tooth; Natural; Kraft; Wild Cherry; Factory Green; Sour Apple; Sno Cone – MFT Stamps|
|Die-namics: Grassy Edges; Picket Fence; Sheltering Tree; Cloud Trio; Bicycle – MFT Stamps|
|Other: Black Licorice Ink (MFT); Sno Cone Ink (MFT); Factory Green Ink (MFT); Kraft Ink (MFT); Foam Tape; Copics|
Here are the MFT Products I have used on my cards today: