07 July 2015

MFT July Release Countdown Day 1

Hi everyone! Today is the last day of the My Favorite Things July release countdown. This release is absolutely fabulous! The new products will officially be available on the MFT online store in a few hours!!! Yay!!!

The new products will officially be available on the MFT online store on July 7th at 10pm EST (= Europe: July 8th at 4:00 CET).

Here is my card showcasing the newest Abstract stencil:





I made the background with the newest Abstract stencil. I sponged each triangle with MFT dye inks: Bubblegum, Limelight, Lemon Chiffon, Blu Raspberry and Grapesicle. Then I stamped the sentiment from the Brushstroke Birthday set with MFT black Licorice dye ink onto white cardstock. Finally, I fussy cut the word "Celebrate" and fixed it onto vellum to the background with 3D foam pads.

For today’s full product reveal, links to other fabulous projects from the MFT design team and AWESOME GIVEAWAYS, be sure to check out the MFT blog!



For more inspiration, you can also check my MFT Gallery on Pinterest!

Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I’m back in a few hours for the product launch!

Francine


Supplies (some links will not work until the products are released):

14 comments:

Kathy Krug said...

Great background for the sentiment.

Sharbogast said...

Gorgeous background. Thank you for sharing.

Debbie Nelson said...

Love your color choice!

Colleen Howell said...

Cute card, love the colors and it is not to over powering

Cathy Homan said...

Love the kaleidoscope effect of the background! Beautiful card. Thank you for sharing!

KariL said...

Wow that is amazing, all the colors you used with the stencil is just gorgeous. Love your card.

Kay said...

Background is so pretty and soft

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

I'm sooo in love with this cards. The soft colors on this and the how you color mix the background...Fabulous!

Amante del Papel said...

I love your card is amazing! I love it!

foleysfriend said...

This is SOOOO beautiful; love how you the stencil has all straight lines and you chose to rip the vellum so all of its edges are "random".

Judy said...

Love your ideas for using the abstract stamp. Thanks for sharing.

M Campbell said...

I love all the colors. Grapesicle is my favorite.

Jean said...

Gorgeous colors!!

Taunya Butler said...

Beautiful and full of rich, pretty colors!!!

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