March 04, 2017

My Favorite Things March Release Countdown | Day 4

Hello and welcome to day 4 of the My Favorite Things March 2017 release countdown. For the next five days we're counting down to the release of the newest products from MFT! I'm so excited to share all of the new products with you! ;)

For today's card I used the new Sushi Date stamp set to create a fun card for all the sushi lovers out there! I personally love sushi and would eat it every day if I could, so I was so excited to create with this set!! ;)


I stamped out all of the images onto white cardstock and then I coloured them in with Copic markers. Rather than using the coordinating dies, I decided to cut out the images with scissors so I wouldn't have the borders around them.

I created an inky brick background using the Small English Brick stencil and grey ink and then I diecut it with the Stitched Wonky Circle STAX Die-namics. I adhered it to a Grout Gray card base with strips of black and white patterned paper from the new Black & White Basics paper pad - the BEST paper pad ever! I LOVE it!! ;)


I added some clear sequins around the sushi images and I finished the card by stamping the sentiment with black ink in the top area of the circle.

Make sure to head over to the MFT blog for more projects from the design team using the upcoming release.

The new release will officially be available on March 7th at 9pm EST in the MFT online store!

See you tomorrow for more countdown fun!

Supplies

8 comments:

  1. Awesome card Stephanie, I love the paper edge and light stencil background for added interest.

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  2. Your card is raw-some too! Darling!

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  3. My mouth is watering over the perfect sushi- well done!

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  4. Thanks for the chance to win goodies!!

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  5. I have never tried or care to try sushi but I would use these stamps..LOL.. great card and love the washi tape along the side. Great look. Love MFT stamps and dies.

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  6. Stephanie, cute card! I love the brick background on the circle and the different lengths of black and white cardstock patterns on the card. Your coloring and cutting of the sushi make it look very real! The sequins add just the finishing touch! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Love the cool background and the lovely mix of pattern papers. Complements the cute images so well!

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  8. Love the perfect sentiment! awesome card!
    hugs
    Judy K

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