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MFT and Friends November Release

It’s Release Day! The MFT November Release is now available in the MFT Shop. All of the new products you’ve seen these past 5 days can be found HERE.

I have a fun winter card to share with you today, featuring the new Birdie Brown Snow Buddies stamp set.

How cute are these friends?!! I colored them with Copic Markers before die-cutting them with the coordinating Die-namics. The Die-namics set also comes with two dies to die-cut openings in the background panel. I used them to die-cut two snow piles for the dogs to be tucked into.

For the background, I used Tumbled Glass and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide inks, and Distress Resist Spray. I sprayed a white card stock panel with a couple mists from the resist spray, and gave it a minute to dry. I blended a little bit of Tumbled Glass ink over the panel, then used a towel to wipe the panel. Ink that was on any dried droplets of the Distress Resist spray wiped away. I did the process again- spraying, ink-blending, and wiping- using another coat of Tumbled Glass ink. My third, and last, layer was with Faded Jeans ink. Three layers of trapped colors gave this beautiful, snowy background. I wiped the panel one last time, and trimmed it with a stitched rectangle die. I attached the panel to a card base with foam adhesive, and added the characters, silver heat-embossed sentiment and snowflakes, with foam squares to finish the card.

Be sure to head over to the MFT blog for more inspiration, card ideas, and information about today’s release. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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74 Replies to “MFT and Friends November Release”

  1. So so so cute! This is my new favorite stamp set! I love your card design and the colors you used! Wonderful inspiration!!!

  2. Your card inspired me to buy this set. I loved your colors and design – and the background is amazing too!

  3. Wowza, this is a stunning card! Your coloring is so full of life, it’s really amazing. I would love to know the colors you used. : )

    1. Thank you! I used a lot of colors… R80s, V90s, and E40s… those color families were used the most.

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