May 01, 2017

My Favorite Things May Release Countdown | Day 2

Hello and welcome to day 2 of the My Favorite Things May release countdown! Over the next five days we'll be sharing peeks at all of the new products with various cards and projects using the new stamps and Die-namics and my new favourite stencil! ;)

For today's card, I used the new Giraffing me Crazy stamp set along with the Safari Tree Die-namics to create a little safari scene.

I got a little adventurous with my giraffe image and ended up cutting him apart to make him even bigger than he already was. I stretched my dies, literally lol!!

I created this card for this weeks episode of MFTv so if you head over to the MFT Stamps YouTube channel you'll be able to see how I created it from start to finish. It was so much fun to make and I love the cluster of elements within the inked circle. Definitely one of my favourite card designs since I love the look of white space.

To create the tree and the inked background circle I used Distress inks with a lit of water on the tree pieces to give it a distressed look.

Make sure to head over to the MFT blog today (and all week) to see all of the new products and more samples using them from the design team. All of the new products will officially be available in the MFT online store on Tuesday May 2nd at 9pm EST! 

See you tomorrow for more countdown fun!!



  1. I love how you put him behind the tree, you smartie, Stephanie.

  2. Love the elongated giraffe neck to match the message! Well done!

  3. Your card is very cute - I like how you made the giraffe's neck even longer. Nice job.

  4. Oh, now that is one cute card!

  5. I love how you extended the giraffe's neck. Very creative. It's a really fun card.

  6. Oh my this is just too cute. I love the trees and the giraffe coming out of the tree and the sentiment is perfect. LOVE this set. When I saw it in the review I thought I don't really do many baby cards.. well now you showed me a different look at the set. I am putting it on my wish list..

  7. Great way to s-t-r-e-t-c-h your stamps! Love it.