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May 7, 2014

MFT Release Countdown: 7!

Hi everyone! Happy Wednesday!

It's time to countdown to the May MFT Release!  We have an AMAZING release in store for you this month!  All of the new products will be available on Tuesday, May 13th at 10PM right HERE in the MFT Boutique!

Today I have a card to share with you using the new Lisa Johnson Designs Sea Life, the Sea Life Die-Namics, Linen Background and Rectangle Frames Die-Namics!


I used the Sea Life Die-Namics to cut all the elements from Smooth White Cardstock, and then stamped them using a variety of MFT inks...Orange Fizz, Lemon Drop, Sour Apple, Red Hot, Kraft and Natural.  I arranged them all onto a Sno Cone panel, popping some of the elements up with Jody Boosters.

I am super in love with the new Rectangle Frames Die-Namics, and I used one here to create the Kraft frame, which I stamped with the new Linen Background using Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink.


I LOVE the font of this sentiment, and I stamped it with Black Licorice Hybrid Ink onto a Smooth White panel cut with the Blueprints 5 Die-Namics.  I colored it with Copic Markers and attached it with a Red Hot Button Tied with Hemp Cord.


On the inside, I stamped another sentiment in the new Black Licorice Hybrid Ink, and colored it with Copic Markers.


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 chance to win an MFT Gift Certificate, and to check out what the rest of the team has created today!

Recipe:
Stamps: LJD Sea Life and Linen Background (MFT)
Paper: Black Licorice, Kraft, Sno Cone, Smooth White (MFT)
Ink: Black Licorice Hybrid, Sweet Tooth Pigment, Orange Fizz, Lemon Drop, Red Hot, Sour Apple, Kraft and Natural (MFT)
Accessories: Blueprints 2 Die-Namics, Blueprints 5 Die-Namics, Rectangle Frames Die-Namics, Sea Life Die-Namics, Red Hot Button, Hemp Cord (MFT) and Jody Boosters

22 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Jodi, this is almost like a shaker card, so creative, hugs

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  2. Very nice! ! LOVE the Sea Life stamp set.

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  3. Fun start of the showcasing! I do look forward to your creations :)

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  4. love your 'paper' aquarium - my grandkids would love to get a card like this!

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  5. What a pretty card and that big red button adds just that little extra punch of color to an already bright and pretty card!

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  6. lovely, just lovely. that linen background is sooo pretty.

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  7. Love how you framed your card, fabulous

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  8. WOW! Love this card! The linen frame is awesome and I love the fishy die-namics!

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  9. What a fabulous way to use the linen stamp--love the frame! The Sea Life set works so great for finishing the inside too.

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  10. Love your blog logo! card is beautiful and soooo summer.

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  11. Really like the color combining and the layout. The frame around it makes me think "aquarium".

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  12. Love how you created a frame like and aquarium!

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  13. Beautiful card! Shanna's right -- it looks like an aquarium! Excellent idea!

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  14. Super cute card!!! I love the linen stamp you used for the frame around the sea life stamps! So creative!

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  15. Amazing!!! Your card looks so real - the depth created by the cut-out rectangle is so creative. You are truly an artist when it comes to card craftiness.

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  16. This is an amazing Scenic Card. It's Beautiful!

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  17. Love your 'aquarium' card and pops of red. Great balance.

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  18. Love this card. Such vibrant colors.

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  19. Love it!!!! Perfect fish tank!!!

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  20. Love how you framed it to look like an under water scene.

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  21. Great scene! I can see that I am going to love the rectangle dies too!

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