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Mar 5, 2014

MFT Release Countdown: Day 7!

Hi everyone! Happy Wednesday!

It's time to countdown to the amazing new MFT March Release!  The entire new release will be available on Tuesday, March 11 at 10PM right HERE in the MFT Boutique!

Today, I've used the FANTASTIC new LJD Easter Bunny set, Easter Bunny Die-Namics and Wood Plank Background!  Swoon!


Oh my goodness!  This set is SO.MUCH.FUN to stamp with!!  I started by cutting out the basket and flower panel using the new Easter Bunny Die-Namics from Smooth White Cardstock and Neutral Cardstock.  I stamped the leaves first, using Sour Apple Ink, then the flowers using Grapesicle Ink, and finally, the flower centers using Lemon Drop Ink.  SO easy and I LOVE the end result!

I stamped the basket with Kraft Ink and then popped up both panels onto a Smooth White panel cut with the Pierced Rectangle STAX Die-Namics.


I used the Blueprints 1 Die-Namics and Blueprints 2 Die-Namics to cut the main panel and mat.  I stamped the Natural panel using the new Wood Plank Background (love) using Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink.  I added a Grapesicle Ribbon tied with the Bow Easy, and I stamped two different stamps to form the sentiment, "Easter Wishes" and stamped them in Chocolate Brown Ink.


On the inside, I again used the Blueprints 1 Die-Namics and Blueprints 2 Die-Namics to cut the main panel and mat, and I stamped "Happy" in Grapesicle Ink and "Easter" in Chocolate Brown Ink.


Here are the MFT products I've used on my card:



Thanks SO much for stopping by!  Please head on over to the MFT Blog for a listing of all the designers sharing projects today, and to find out how to get a chance to win an MFT Gift Certificate!
Recipe:
Stamps: LJD Easter Bunny and Wood Plank Background (MFT)
Ink: Chocolate Brown, Kraft, Grapesicle, Sour Apple, Lemon Drop and Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink (MFT)
Paper: Grapesicle, Neutral and Smooth White (MFT)
Accessories: Blueprints 1 Die-Namics, Blueprints 2 Die-Namics, Stitched Circle STAX Die-Namics, Easter Bunny Die-Namics, Grapesicle Ribbon (MFT) and Jody Boosters
Jodi
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22 comments:

  1. I love the colors you chose. Your card says, "Spring"!

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  2. Jodi, your basket of flowers is just gorgeous!

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  3. Very pretty....makes me even more anxious for the arrival of Spring!

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  4. gorgeous card!...love the color choice!!!

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  5. soooo pretty! love the purple and kraft with those pretty flowers.

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  6. So pretty! Love the Spring colors.

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  7. You used some of my favorites colors in this and I think your card is just Beautiful.

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  8. Jodi, I've been AWOL, I hope you've missed my comments 1/4 as much as I've missed commenting; I have to say your new picture is stunning! I love the lavender, I love the woodgrain, I love them together, I love your card!

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  9. Great card and pretty colors! I use Blueprints 1 and the stitched circle stax a lot on my cards...I love how professional the stitching looks!

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  10. Beautiful card. Such great colors.

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  11. What a great card so full of Spring colors love it!

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  12. Love the pretty basket of flowers.

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  13. Super sweet card! Love the colors!

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  14. What a happy card, love it!

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  15. Very pretty card - lovin' the woodplank background. Your bow is amazing - it is perfect. Can you demonstrate how you did this?

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  16. Such a lovely card!! I love the colors you used and the way you stamped the wood plank background on the lavender.

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  17. Beautiful card! I love your springy color combo!

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  18. Loving the Grapesicle! Such a pretty colour! Beautiful card!!

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  19. Beautiful card Jodi, love the simple look with the pretty basket :) The Lavender really pops on the wood grain!

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