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My Favorite Things Mid-June Release: Floral Fantasy and Corner Blooms

Welcome back to another MFT product reveal day! I chose two new stamps for today’s card, Floral Fantasy and Corner Blooms. These images compliment each other beautifully.

I stamped the flowers in each corner, then used a T-ruler and .4 Multiliner pen to draw a rectangle. I love how the rectangle brings the stamps together. I used the following Copic Markers to color with:

  • Purples: V99, V95, V93, RV91
  • Greens: YG99, YG93, YG61
  • Drop Shadow: T3, T1

I used Colorless Blender to add texture to the petals (I love to push color away for contrast!), and Payne’s Grey Polychromos pencil to enhance shadows.

I attached the colored panel to a card base, and finished the card with a simple sentiment from Bitty Thanks & Gratitude stamp set.

Be sure to stop by the MFT blog  for more details on today’s reveals. All new products will be available in the MFT shop this Tuesday, June 23rd, at 10am. I will be back tomorrow with one last sneak peek. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!

27 Replies to “My Favorite Things Mid-June Release: Floral Fantasy and Corner Blooms”

  1. Your coloring on this gorgeous flower is perfect! It’s so soft & my eye follows the flowers around the card. This card would be appropriate for any occasion!

    1. My mother-in-law’s favorite color is purple. I try to purple all the things for her!😜💜

  2. Oh my goodness, your flowers are more beautiful every day. This is stunning. Love how you connected is perfectly with that fine line. So gorgeous. These new blooms from MFT are too wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

  3. THOSE COLORS! Oh my I struggle with the purple choices in copics! I just love the purple in this card. You have really brought the image to life. I am in LOVE with this card

    1. Thank you, Erica. I have a couple different purple combos that are my go-to’s, this one is definitely my favorite. 💜

  4. Beautiful card! The colors you chose are so gorgeous, and your talent with the copics is inspiring. Using the black liner to draw a frame really set the beautiful roses off. Very nice!

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