MFT Card Design Superstar Card Contest

Did you hear about the MFT Card Design Superstar Card Contest? Such an amazing opportunity! And because I love my MFT stamps and dies so much, I can't help but enter this contest. Here comes a first entry:

This card was made using the Frightfully Fun Halloween stamp set and die-namics. I started with a white card base, masked stripes and applied dye ink with an ink blending tool. Then I stamped the stars and the sentiment. I die-cut the pinked oval from black cardstock and adhered it with foam tape. Now I die-cut the other elements, stamped them and colored them with Copics. Then I adhered them to the card, using foam tape for some of them. To finish the card off, I adhered matching sequins.

I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by!



Sparkle & Shine Challenge Thirteen: Photo Inspiration sponsored by Pretty Pink Posh

We are starting a new Sparkle & Shine Challenge today and it is again sponsored by Pretty Pink Posh! This is our inspiration photo:

You don't have to create tags, you can also use tags on your project for any occasion. I used tags on my card:

I created a watercolor background and die-cut the top tag from it using the Winnie & Walter Essentials: Audrey Cutaways. Then I adhered the panel to the card. I stamped and heat-embossed the sentiment onto the tag, layered it with two tags I die-cut from vellum and adhered them to the card with foam tape. Now I stamped, colored and die-cut the birds and adhered them, too. I finished the card off with clear sequins and a piece of twine that I tied to the top tag.

I hope you like my sample and hope that you will join us this time at Sparkle & Shine!

Thanks for stopping by!




Shaker Card

Hey everyone! After I had went out of clear cardstock a while ago, I wasn't able to create shaker cards, but now I got some new one and wanted to play.
For my shaker card, I used the MFT Sketch 243 and will enter it to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge "Anything Goes", too:

Here comes my take:

The watercolor background was made with Distress Inks and the little girl with her pub is adhered above the shaker window. I hope you like it!

Thanks for stopping by today!