May 15, 2017

My Favorite Things May Card Kit | Sketchy Flowers

Hello! Welcome to the countdown for the May card kit from MFT Stamps called Sketchy Flowers. This months kit is a lot of fun and includes 2 stamp set (1 floral and 1 sentiment) and two dies sets that coordinate with the stamps.

For my cards today I decided to use just the sentiment stamps and dies to create a trio of rainbow cards.


I created a rainbow panel by cutting the card stock that comes in the kit into strips of various sizes and then I adhered them all onto a card stock panel so I could diecut from it.

You can see how I created these cards from start to finish in this weeks episode of MFTv on the My Favorite Things YouTube channel (linked in my blog sidebar).


Make sure to head over to the MFT blog to see some really great card examples created by the design team and a closer look at this months kit! Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you tomorrow for more countdown fun!

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13 comments:

  1. Sandra Bischoff5/15/2017 12:26 AM

    This a wonderful card. Like the "only" YOU. Simple to make but so great!!!!

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  2. I love love love how you used the new kit Stephanie.

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  3. Really like this technique will go watch the video for sure

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  4. Love your idea! SO MANY ways to use this new release...Cant wait to have it!!!

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  5. Truly loved the CAS cards! What a great way using strips of CS for a unique background!!!

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  6. These are so cool. Love the stripes.

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  7. Great card. Love the bold color striped background!

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  8. Great card. Love the bold color striped background!

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  9. fun cards! I love that you made the colored strip panels!

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  10. Love your cards! This is a technique I definitely want to try. Thank you for the ideas.

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  11. I watched your video on this.. Beautiful. Cards that are doable by others! Thanks

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  12. Great cards! I love the background of strips of colored cardstock. Thanks for the instructional video, too! I especially like the white strip across the "you" as I wouldn't have thought to do that.

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  13. Love these colors together! So clean looking!

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