Hello everyone! All the new products we've been showing you guys for the past 7 days are now available on the MFT site (so now all those links I had in the teaser posts will work and take you to the actual products!).
I've got a couple projects to share with y'all using the new Cheerful Christmas Greetings set that is the FREE with $60 this month! More about that HERE <-----click!
Here is the first card I made using the Cheerful Christmas Greetings stamp set. I also used the new Ornament Banner Builder and Large Scale Backgrounds set - so much fun.
The sentiment was stamped with Black Licorice ink onto white card stock then trimmed with scissors - I thought this sentiment was *perfect* to use with the Ornament Banner Builder set and Die-namics.
I stamped the ornaments in different colors of ink (Wild Cherry, Gumdrop Green, Sour Apple, Paver Red (NEW!) and Black Licorice) onto the die cute Ornament Banner Die-namics.
The Large Scale Backgrounds set was last months Free with $60 set and is now available to outright purchase.
Now for card #2!
I stamped the Merry Christmas from the set onto a strip of white card stock with Wild Cherry ink, then added that to the tag I made using the Pierced Tags STAX Die-namics that I stamped with the dot background stamp (Large Scale Backgrounds).
I punched a hole in the tag and tied some baker's twine to it to finish it off.
I then die cut another tag from Wild Cherry card stock and added a couple of felt snowflakes that I attached with a button and bakers twine.
On the inside of the card I stamped another sentiment from the Cheerful Christmas Greetings set, added a large Pierced Tag for a place to write and added a strip of Kraft card stock that I stamped with the dot background stamp again.
Last but not least I made some tags:
I went with a completely different color scheme this time - White, Kraft and Pink Lemonade - LOVE! These would be fun to add to gift tags, or a wrapped gift. If you do one element at a time (all the die-cutting at once, all the stamping at once etc etc) these come together really quickly.
I found these jumbo white eyelets in my stash so I used my Crop-a-dile to punch the holes through all the felt snowflakes and set the eyelet to attach them to the tag. Now I want to add felt snowflakes to everything..... *wink*
Make sure you head on over to the MFT blog to see what the rest of the team has come up with using all these Brand Spankin' New Products!