July 09, 2017

My Favorite Things July Release Countdown | Day 3

Hello and welcome to day 3 of the July release countdown for My Favorite Things. All this week, we're sharing cards and projects using the new products that officially releases on July 11th at 9pm EST.
For my card today I used the new Happy Birthday Circle Frame Die-namics and changed it up a bit by cutting it in half and just using one side of it for the sentiment on my card.


I created a colourful rainbow with the Stitched Rainbow Die-namics and Distress inks and then I layered the half circle piece on top to add the Happy Birthday greeting to the rainbow. I also added some Stiched Clouds at each end of the rainbow.


I created a cloud background with Peacock Feathers Distress ink and the new Mini Cloud Edges stencil and I diecut the panel with a stitched rectangle from the Blueprints 13 die-namics. I added the rainbow and clouds to the panel and then I adhered the whole thing to a Grout Gray card base.

Make sure to head over to the MFT Stamps blog for more ideas using the new products from the design team. See you tomorrow for more countdown fun.

12 comments:

  1. I would have never thought of this. Thank goodness MFT has you to bring new light in front of us! Its beautiful!

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  2. How clever are you!?! Love it! 😍

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  3. Ah! An inspired addition of the happy birthday circle frame to the rainbow nestled in ethereal clouds!

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  4. Yup, I never would have thought of it either. It's just adorable and I love it.

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  5. Very creative card...love it!

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  6. Very creative use of the die!Thank you for the inspiration!

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  7. Great Release! CUTE card! I especially love the rainbow!

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  8. How clever to set the half birthday circle as a rainbow in the clouds. Thanks for sharing this.

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  9. Beautiful rainbow and great use of half the birthday die.

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  10. So cool and beautiful! That rainbow! With that background! And that birthday die was perfect for it!

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