15 July 2016

MFT Camp Create | Session 2 | Day 5

Hi everyone! Welcome to day 5 of the second session of MFT Camp Create! We are so excited to share five crafts with you this week! There are also wonderful prizes to win!!! Yay! I hope you’ll join in and share your creations on the MFT blog.  

Today’s lesson is about creating a background using (smaller) stamps! I made this card for you:






I had so much fun going through my stamps to fin smaller stamps for my card. I chose stamps from several sets: All Heart, Cheeky Monkey, Class Act, Get Down to Business, Hog Heaven, I Knead You, Lucky Dog, Polynesian Paradise, Recipe for Happiness, Somebunny and You Gnome Me! I stamped the images with Black Licorice hybrid ink onto kraft paper and I colored the images with pencils (Polychromos, Prismacolor Premier and Luminance). I outlined the stamps with a white gel pen to make them stand out against the kraft paper. I die cut the panel with Blueprints 29 and glued it on a top-folded card base made with Smooth White cardstock. I heat embossed the sentiment from the Birdie Brown Recipe for Happiness onto Black Licorice cardstock with white embossing powder and I fixed it to the panel with foam pad for more dimension. 







***VIDEO TUTORIAL***

If you want to find out how I did this card, head over to the MFT blog to watch the video tutorial I’ve made for you or click HERE!









***PRIZE ALERT***

You can win a $15 gift certificate if you leave a comment bellow the video in YouTube. And if you participate in each "craft" with a project for the five days in session 2, you will be eligible for a grand prize of a $150 gift certificate. So head over to the MFT blog for all details on how to participate!





Don’t forget to check my MFT Gallery on Pinterest for more MFT card inspirations!

Thanks for visiting and happy camping!

Francine


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7 comments:

karen h said...

I've been participating this week in the MFT Camp Create; I just had to come here to comment too. This card is amazing - your coloring is awesome!

Tammy B said...

This is the cutest! I always forget about my coloured pencils. They look amazing on kraft!

donna mikasa said...

Your coloring is amazing as always, Francine! And it's even more awesome using those little images!

Barb Ghig said...

Fabulous background, Francine! I love how you used several stamp sets, and how the colors pop against the Kraft card base! Beautiful coloring with your pencils and really cool details...Love this card!

Mendi Yoshikawa said...

Wow! What a cool effect! Love how the colored pencils look on the kraft cardstock and how the white gel pen makes the images pop! :)

Susi K. said...

Superbly coloured BG - looks like it took a lot of time, too, but OH! What a card!!!

Dena Saslaw Schwartz said...

WOW! I love your creative work and this card is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing your talent. And I agree with Susi, it looks like it takes a long time to the finish line! with great results.

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