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Nov 1, 2011

MFT New Product Tour!


Hi everyone!  Happy Tuesday and Happy MFT Release!  WOOT!!!

I am SO excited about this new release...the stamp sets and Die-Namics are out of this world!  Tonight, I have a project to share with you using the GORGEOUS new Inspired By Christmas set!  LOVE!  The images in this set are classic Christmas...a must have set in a stamping arsenal I think!

For my card, I started by stamping Santa in Memento Tuxedo Black onto a piece of patterned paper, Lost and Found Christmas from My Minds Eye, and I just added the tiniest bit of shadow and cheeks with Copic Markers.  I cut this panel out with Oval Nestabilities and sponged the edges for some definition.  I then layered this panel onto a panel cut with the new Oval Dainty Doily Die-Namics (looooooooove!).

I added some brads, a bit of selective stitching, and a flower cut with the Pretty Posies Die-Namics topped with a button cut with the Button Quartet Die-Namics, along with a bit of twine.  I also added some texture with the Square Lattice Embossing Folder.


On the inside, I added a bit more patterned paper, and stamped the GORGEOUS sentiment "Have yourself a Merry little Christmas" onto a panel cut with the Framed Greetings Die-Namics.  The Framed Greetings Die-Namics, along with most others, are now available to purchase with OR without the coordinating stamp sets! This was layered over an oval panel cut with the new Vintage Cameo Die-Namics.

Here are the Die-Namics I've used on my card:






Thanks SO much for stopping by!  Be sure to visit Kim's Blog for a listing of all the designers sharing more inspiration tonight!

Recipe:
Stamps:  Inspired By Christmas from My Favorite Things
Paper: Kraft (PTI), Scarlet Jewel (PTI), Fine Linen (PTI) and Lost and Found Christmas (My Minds Eye)
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories:  Copic Markers, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Oval Nestabilities, Oval Dainty Doily Die-Namics, Vintage Cameo Frame Die-Namics, Pretty Posies Die-Namics, Button Quartet Die-Namics, Framed Greetings Die-Namics, Twine, Vintage Brads, Janome Sew Mini and Foam Tape

Jodi

22 comments:

  1. The vintage awesomeness to this has no end! I LOVE this card, girlie!

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  2. OMG, this is awesome, love how you did the Santa!!! I want that card :)

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  3. Lovely card, I am always intimidated by coloring, youtube this looks awesome with minimal coloring. Love the look

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  4. Love how you stamped Santa on patterned paper and left him uncolored!! So pretty and vintage-y!!

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  5. Love him stamped on the text paper and simply sponged! Gorgeous card, Jodi!

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  6. love your Santa over newsprint..brilliant !

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  7. Oh wow, Jodi!!! LOVE the stamped Santa on this paper! So amazing!

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  8. so cool! this Santa is AWESOME! gorgeous card!

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  9. Love Santa stamped on the patterned paper!

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  10. I LOOOVE the gorgeous colors you used on this, Jodi, and your Santa is absolutely FABULOUS!!!! Me thinks me needs him really bad!!!!

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  11. This has such a great vintage look.

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  12. soooo pretty, Jodi! loove that you stamped him on that pretty dp.

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  13. WOOOWEE Jodi this is FANTASTIC, LOVE LOVE your colors, Santa, and your stunning embossing!!!

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  14. GORGEOUS, Jodi! So beautifully vintage! :)

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  15. Amazing!! Such a beautiful vintage feel. Love it.

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  16. Gorgeous card, Jodi! Love your vintage Santa and all of your wonderful detail!

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  17. Love the vintage.. That Santa is fantastic!

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  18. This is gorgeous!! Love the vintage Santa image.

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  19. Wow...love how you stamped him onto the pattern paper...awesome!

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  20. Oh wow, Jodi!!! LOVE the stamped Santa on this paper! So amazing!

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