It's been hard to sit on this info for the past little while - but now I can finally announce that I'm the newest Design Team member for My Favorite Things!!
I couldn't say no when the opportunity was presented to me - I've been using their stamps and dies for years now and LOVE them. I actually used to be on their DT years and years ago (6 years in fact - can't believe it's been that long) but things have changed tons since then so even though I'm "back" with them it's all so new and exciting! :) :) :)
I've been doing a bit of scrambling as I'm getting back in to stamping after so many months of barely doing anything - so bear with me as I get back my "mojo". I've been struggling a bit to create and whatnot but I'm finding the MORE cards I make the more the wheels start to turn and ideas are starting to flow like they used to. Joining a big DT like this with fabulous designers (seriously y'all need to check out their blogs if you aren't already subscribed to them all - they are all MAJORLY talented crafters!) is also a tad daunting!
I honestly was getting a little worried as I was having a REALLY hard time after the baby arrived (part of that was just being exhausted and recovering from surgery) just trying to create *anything* - my brain just wasn't working. But I've made and posted a couple cards already (and y'all can see for yourselves how they're improving LOL!), and I'm finding the more I've been stamping the more ideas that are coming to me. I've really been enjoying it.
Anywho enough chatter from me - here is my first "official" MFT DT card:
I only used one shade of pink ink (Razzle Berry) on this card - but by stamping it off onto scratch paper you can get several shades of the same color.
Stamp set is LJD Splendid Sunflower - instead of using yellow I chose to go with the Razzle Berry - it's already one of my favorite colors.
And the sentiment....well I couldn't help myself - I thought it was rather fitting for my announcement post LOL!
Sentiment is from the LJD Grand Greetings set.
On the inside of the card I just stamped all the images full strength and left enough white space to be able to write something.
To see how I made this card you can check out the following video:
To watch directly on YouTube click HERE <-----click!