September 03, 2017

My Favorite Things September Release Countdown | Day 3

Hello and welcome back! It's day 3 of the countdown to the My Favorite Things September release and I have a few cards to share that use one of my favourite releases from this month, the Blessing and Blessed Die-namics.


I used a couple of older backgrounds (Wavy Coloring Book and Garden Flourish) and heat embossed them onto a white card stock panel with white embossing powder. I then added Distress inks using one of my favourite holiday colour combinations - Peacock Feathers, Festive Berries and Lucky Clover. 


I created four backgrounds, and added the same ink colours to all four. I then added some water to give them a distressd look before trimming them down and adding them to a white card base. I stamped the Christmas part of the sentiment using a stamp from the new Bitty Bears stamp set onto black card stock and embossed it with white embossing powder.


I diecut the word 'blessings' from white card stock 4 times and adhered them all to vellum. I then carefully cut around the vellum to leave a border around the word and then I adhered the sentiments to the card design to complete them. 


I created these cards for tomorrowa episode of MFTv so stay tuned to the MFT YouTube channel if you want to see them created from start to finish. :-) 

See you tomorrow for more countdown fun! 

10 comments:

  1. Oooooooo!! These are pretty. I'll be watching for the video.

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  2. Lovely set of Christmas cards!I like the non-traditional look!Thank you for the inspiration!

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  3. I'm anxious to see the video of how you made the strikingly beautiful Christmas cards! Well done!

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  4. Love these cards, love the background colors you have chosen! Just gorgeous! So different from the many subdued colors from the other card makers!

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  5. Beautiful. Stunning. I wouldn't of thought Christmas but I love it. I will be looking at BG stamps and trying this.

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  6. Great cards. Love the colors and the background stamps!

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