The wait is *almost* over! All the new MFT September goodies will be available tonight at 10pm EST! Make sure you come back here at that time as there will be another blog post for the release and a chance to be entered in to WIN a gift certificate too!
Also make sure to check out MFT's blog post for the final set of sneak peeks and videos and links to all the other DT member's blog posts!
Today I've only got one card for y'all - I so wanted to make more as the ideas were rolling and I even had pieces cut out and ready to go. Of course around here it tends to get crazy and it did LOL. I was making supper and Gavin was napping in my studio so I'd left the door open to be able to hear him - I should have known something was up when it was a little too quiet:
Katelyn got into the ink pads I'd left sitting out (with the lids securely on - but she's seen enough to figure out how they work) and decided to make her first card LOL. She had ink everywhere but I was just glad she didn't get her hands on the card I'd made for this post (and hadn't taken pics of yet!). My desk is right at eye level now for her so it's a total treasure trove for her. She's an artistic little soul and loves to sit and color and has been watching me lately when I've been making cards so I'm not surprised she made a beeline for the ink pads as soon as I was busy in the kitchen roflol!
Anywho - between all the little things I only managed the one card - but the parts and ideas for the others will hopefully get made and shared here later on!
Here was the card I made for this last countdown post! I am in LOVE with the new Skyline Die-namics - I used the New York one here, and there's Paris and London as well (none of which I've ever been to and all 3 are on my bucket-list - a girl can dream eh?). All 3 dies lend themselves to SO many techniques - I wanted to just sit and play!
With this card I sponged several different MFT dye ink colors onto the smooth white card stock base, then I laid the Concentric Circle Stencil over it and sprayed it with clear water and this was the result!
Once it was dry I stamped the sentiment with Black Licorice Hybrid ink and adhered the New York Skyline die cut over it and that was it.
**some links will not work until the products are released in the MFT Store on September 1, 2015 at 10pm EST**