MFT November New Product Tour 70

Mona Pendleton | Tuesday, November 13, 2012 @ 8:00 PM | , , , , ,

Hi there! Welcome to the MFT November New Product Tour, where you'll get a look at ALL the new stamp sets one more time. You can finalize your wish list and head over to the MFT Boutique to SHOP until your hearts content! All the new products are available NOW, right HERE.
 ***WARNING*** LOTS of photos!

Today I am sharing a shadowbox, featuring LJD Darling Dots stamp set and is FULL of MFT goodness and Die-namics dies along with sweet photos of my family :)
 I made a paper patchwork stocking using Darling Dots and Die-namics Jumbo Christmas Stocking. I stamped a fun sentiment from Seasonal Sentiments using MFT Wild Cherry ink on a die cut label made using Die-namics Layered Label Die.
This panel features die cut numbers made using Die-namics High Rise numbers and Darling Dots stamped/embossed patterned paper along with the month of DECEMBER from LL Journal It - Calendar Basics that was stamped using MFT Wild Cherry ink on a die cut label made using Die-namics LJD Howdy Frames.
Next is a gorgeous shimmery Sno Cone snowflake that was made using Die-namics Jumbo Snowflake along with a smaller snowflake made using Die-namics Let It Snowflake die:
Couldn't resist adding a few various size Poinsettias made using Die-namics Poinsettia and a flourish made using Die-namics Medium Fancy Flourish:
and last but not least is a fun Santa sleigh made using Die-namics Santa Sleigh topped off with a Sno Cone snowflake and a Whip Cream button.
I also made a Christmas card featuring Darling Dots. I stamped a sentiment from Seasonal Sentiments on a die cut label made using Die-namics Framed Greetings. I completed the card with a die cut flourish made using Die-namics Medium Fancy Flourish and a Wild Cherry cardstock Poinsettia made using Die-namics Poinsettia
Here's a short tutorial showing how I created the cute die cut Darling Dots stocking:

Stamp 1/2" W x 6" L strips of Berrylicious and Sno Cone cardstock. Stamp image using larger dots from Darling Dots using VersaMark ink, heat emboss using fine white embossing powder then cut into 1/2" squares.
Adhere squares to a piece of cardstock, alternating every other square with the various colored cardstock.
Using Die-namics Jumbo Christmas Stocking die cut stocking then stitch around perimeter:
Die cut stocking topper, adhere in place and stitch across horizontal edge. Apply Distress ink around edges:
Die cut Sour Apple felt Holly leaves, adhere to stocking then stitch 3 Wild Cherry buttons to stocking:

Shown below are the Die-namics included in the November release that I used on my projects today:








It's time to head over to the MFT Blog to see what the rest of the team is up to. Be sure to check out all the designers' creations to get one last look at every stamp set releasing tonight.

Thanks so much for looking throughout the week! I hope you have been inspired by my projects!
Be Sweet :)post signature


 Comments

70 Sweet Comments So Far:

Linda Beeson said...

Your project is beyond adorable, I must get that big snowflake die, NOW!!!

Lisa Page said...

Great technique on the polka dots for the stocking! Lovin' the printer's tray too!

zehra said...

Wow, love it and your tutorial is great, tfs

Heather Jensen said...

Beautiful projects Mona. I love the cute embossed stocking and beautifully embellished sleigh. So happy to be with the MFT team this month. :)

Hugs~

Davi said...

Beautiful shadowbox Mona and I LOVE your card with the fun dots and the beautiful poinsettia!

Karen Motz said...

This is amazing!!! There's so much to love about both projects but I especially love the two tone blue panels on the stocking and the card!!

scrappingnana said...

Gorgeous projects. Thanks for the tutorial on how you did the stocking. I think you meant 1-1/2" squares instead of 1/2"

Amy said...

WOW BEAUTIFUL PROJECT AND CARD!!!

Pauline said...

Simply gorgeous Mona! I love the fabulous shadow box and beautiful card, the poinsettias make such a lovely embellishment, and I love the sweet paper die cut bow!

Linda R said...

You always create the cutest projects. Love them both my creative friend.

Hugs~

Stacey Pembroke said...

Amazing painter's tray, Mona! love these cute dies and beautiful colors! Gorgeous card too! TFS!

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

Simply Beautiful. What an Awesome Project! Smooches...

Kelley said...

I love your shadow box! That would be something fun to do every year watching the grandchildren grow up. Thanks for the idea.

Laureen said...

Mona, beautiful shadowbox creation! It must be nice to hang it on your wall in your home! Love the patchwork stocking!

Jacquie Southas said...

You have created a lovely piece of holiday decor - love to see how versatile the stamps & dies are!

Sue Lelli said...

Mona, LOVE your shadowbox AND your PRETTY card! THX for the details on that adorable stocking! LOVE the pics and the many details plus the glitter! Puts me in the Christmas spirit!!

Millicent Forester said...

Another incredible project! The shadowbox is so beautiful! Perfect home decor piece! Love that pretty card too!

Janice W. said...

AWESOME!! Love your shadowbox!

Inge said...

Such a stunning shadow box, what a beautiful of art! Great tutorial too, thanks for sharing :D

Melissa M said...

Awesome shadowbox and cool jumbo stocking!

Cecilia Hsieh said...

This is gorgeous Mona! Love all the new dies. What glitter did you use on the Poinsettia and the sleigh - love the effects!

Kathy @ Stamping Still said...

Wonderful shadow box and I love the stocking too. Thanks for the tutorial too - it looks fantastic!

Andrea M said...

The shadow box is STUNNING! I love all the sparkliness and the white polka dots on the blue background!

Ros Crawford said...

Aww! What a sweet project this is ... I love the little quilted stocking and those gorgeous dies ... beautifully done ... I hope you have plenty of room to hang all your beautiful creations ...

~amy~ said...

I ALWAYS love everything you do...especially your shadow boxes...sooooo fun and love your sweet card too Mona!

Casandra Bennett said...

Your shadow box is so sweet. I'm going to have to step out of my comfort zone and create one, too. I love that card you created. Light blue with that pop of red is one of my favorite Christmas color combinations. :)

sandi said...

Wow this is just fabulous! Love each square and the way you did those dots....wonderful!

Cindi Flass said...

Gorgeous box and card! Love the tutorial.

Deborah Frings said...

Just fabulous! Love the dotty stocking and the shadowbox is superb! Awesome, as always! x

Angie said...

Lovely tray and card!!!! All those die cuts in the tray are such a fun way to showcase a memory!!!

You blow me away with the stocking!!! I can't get cuts so even!!! Gorgeous card!!! Love the soft blue and white and then the bright Poinsettia! It was a fabulous release and I had fun anticipating what I would see when checking your blog!

Mary Gillmarten said...

Mona, I love this printer's tray! This may be a good gift for my dad this year -- photos of my mom at Christmas, he's already starting to have a hard time missing her.... Thanks for sharing your idea with us and details on the details - very generous of you, thanks.

the primitive country bug said...

Great projects! The shadow box is awesome and I love how you did the stocking card!! They're all fabulous!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Wonderful projects, Mona! Your card is lovely and the shadow box is amazing! Especially love how you made the stocking and all the fabulous Die-namics you used!

Michelle Foster said...

Thanks for sharing details on how to do your quilted technique on the stocking! Cute, cute, cute!!

Nancy L said...

So beautiful and creative!

wendy said...

gorgeous shadow box Mona! your projects are always amazing!

GabrielleH said...

Beautiful printer's tray and card, Mona! Love your sweet stocking and love the pretty poinsettias! This is a wonderful keepsake!

Shari said...

Mona, Oh I love seeing your shadow boxes, they are always so pretty and this one is no exception! Your card is stunning too!

Hugs;
Shari

Sara I. said...

Always love learning from you - amazing technique on the stocking and love what you did with the artists tray! thanks for supplying a huge amount of inspiration for the holiday! xx

Angie Hewitt said...

Incredibly gorgeous project! I love these beautiful die cuts! Thanks for sharing how you created that marvelous stocking! Stunning!

hopefulcrafter said...

I simply love the shadowbox you made, it is really beautiful and so is the card. Thanks for sharing them.

1CardCreator said...

Awesome piece! Love how you did the quilted look too!

Craftyfield said...

You're so creative, in 2D and 3D... greatly inspired and a little bit jealous !

Tara said...

Beautiful shadow box! You really put a lot of detail into it. Thanks for the great tutorial- I plan on using your technique!

jan farnworth said...

love your shadow box how creative

BethieJ said...

Mona LOVE the shadow box and card.. all that sparkly just makes me want to get my glitter out and CREATE!! :)
Have a GREAT Day!

Sheri L said...

So creative, Mona! Love that shadow box!

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Just stunning Mona! Love all the papers and goodies you used

Mary Reidel said...

Beautiful way to show off these gorgeous products! LOVE your shadow box!

Isabel Z said...

I am having so much fun on this blog hop seeing all the wonderful creations by such a talented group of artists. Thank you for the inspiration.

Stella said...

I made an appointment at the doctor to have my jaw fixed. It fell on the floor and it's hurting....

No just kiddng but I am hopelessly in love.... Your creations are handmade gems; precious en priceless!

Stella said...

"en" means "and in englsh". Working on my english...:)

Joan V said...

What a beautiful shadow box for the holidays. So many pretty elements to look at . Thanks for sharing.

AimeeOh said...

So beautiful, Mona! get so much inspiration from you! Thanks!

Liz said...

All I can say is that you are very inspiring and working and taking all this time for such great creations is something else.
Happy Holidays.

Alina said...

very beautiful projects, Mona, the stocking looks great, thanks for the tutorial!

Regan said...

Magnificent shadow box! Such a gorgeous keepsake!
{hugs}
Regan

RobinH said...

Totally gorgeous shadow box and card! I just love the pretty poinsettias, snowflake and sleigh! The sugary glitter is perfect!

Tracey said...

Love love love your shadowbox Mona!! Seriously gorgeous! And that card is just beautiful! The blue is such a wonderful colour!!

Rosemary said...

simply amazing!!

Vickie Z said...

Fabulous shadowbox and card!! Well, I couldn't buy it all but, I did purchase a little bit....dang, I took the darling dots out of my cart trying to be frugal and I really wish I wouldn't have, LOL!! Oh well, gives me a couple weeks to make another purchase!!

Houses Built of Cards said...

SOOO amazing and BEAUTIFUL!!! They are both stunning! I especially love the added glitter on the poinsetta card! GORGEOUS!!!

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Greta said...

The shadow box is fantastic--what a terrific project showcasing your lovely family! Your card is gorgeous--I so love your style, Mona!

Makalah said...

what a fun tray with so many details!

Valerie said...

Great idea with the tray. Thanks for the tutorial on the stocking!

Jenny said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE! The quilted look of the stocking is super amazing!!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

so fabulous, love the details and that stocking is so great

Miriam Prantner said...

Great project! What a wonderful piece to display in your home. Loving all the glitter!

Tracey Sabella said...

Such a gorgeous shadow box and card. Love how you mixed the die cut images with your wonderful photos!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

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Lisa H. said...

fabulous, Mona! looove those frames you do. every space is soooo lovely. Thanks for the how-to on the cool stocking. Love that look and all those dots :)


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