Hi friends! We are so excited today to be collaborating with our friends at My Favorite Things! This phenomenal stamp company produces a beautiful line of inks we are addicted to, as well as patterned paper that will make your heart sing, in addition to their stamps, dies, stencils and more.
First up, Amanda used the Strip Splash Paper Pad from MFT with our Mini Slim Line Stitched and Scalloped Rectangles Die Cutting System, which includes this phenomenal large Love You die in the set!
This ADORABLE card features Gingerbread Bob, which she embellished with bens, the MFT Buffalo Brights paper and MFT's Fire Coral ink. The embellishments are the Picket Fence Studios Gingerbread Houses Sequin Mix Plus.
Daniel created a gorgeous scene in that classic aqua and red color scheme, using MFT Red Hot and Summer Splash inks, the Happy Holidays Menagerie repeating background stamp, and the Slim Line Our Town cover Plate Die.
Erica brought the color with this cheerful clean and simple card. She used Limelight, Lemon Chiffon, Summer Splash, Cement Gray, Grape Jelly and Cotton Candy Inks with our sweet little tree from Joyeux Noel, finishing the scene with Sands of Time and Reflections Gem Mixes.
She used the exact same inks with our Soar Butterfly Stencil and Life Changing Blender Brushes - the soft application of color completely transforms the inks! She used the Sands of Time gem mix here as well.
The Keep Me in Stitches Paper Pad is the backdrop for her Triple Trouble image and sentiment!
Using a beautiful complementary color scheme of Grape Jelly Ink and a bright green witch hat. The sentiment is from Triple Trouble, and the spiders are from Marching Spiders seamless background stamp. She matted that layer with the Keep Me in Stitches patterned paper.
Finally, this adorable clean and simple card! Again she used the Marching Spiders background after masking a diagonal and ink blending Grape Jelly ink in the opening. Then she used Triple Trouble's small pumpkins, cut with the coordinating dies and beautifully colored.
Karen created a stunning, cheerful winter scene using Butterscotch Ink and Snowdrop White Paper Glaze through the Slim Line Dashes Stencil. She cut the panel with the Mini Slim Line Stitched and Scalloped Rectangles Die Cutting System. Then she used the Slim Line Stitched and Scalloped Rectangles and Alpha Die to cut the Petite Gingham Paper Pad for the scalloped circle, and then colored the little deer from Lots of Christmas Cheer, cut with the coordinating die. She stamped the sentiment from Fancy Friendship Sentiments, and cut it with the coordinating die.
Larisa created a beautiful ink blended rainbow through the A2 Framed Leaves stencil to mat the image from Nothing Short of Amazing. She finished it with a little strip of the Stripe Splash Paper Pad and our Hello Word Topper Die.
Michelle created two stunning rainbow cards today with her MFT inks. The first features our You Make This World Better Cover Plate Die, popping an Iridescent Moonshine Sequin in the center of each flower. The sentiment is from Watercolor Roses.
Using the same sentiment, she did ink smooshing with the same inks on a rectangular panel, and then coordinated that with the soft background created with Life Changing Blender Brushes and the Fancy Kaleidoscope Stencil.
Rachelle created a vivid and rich scene with ONLY dies and stencils - no stamps! The dies she used are: Slim Line Trees Silhouette Cover Plate, Billy the Gnome, Happy Halloween Word Topper and the Scarecrow Cover Plate Die. She added Paper Glitz to the trees for that final magical touch.
In a similar anchoring technique with the striped paper, she created a collage of the Winter Snowflakes behind her greeting, and before attaching that, she created a stunning Cement Grey Ink fade with Life Changing Blender brushes and the Arctic Winter Stencil.
Here are all the products used in today's cards:
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Here are links to more inspiration and details on the cards you're seeing today!