Hi there! Welcome to the MFT April Release Rewind! Over the next couple of days, many of the MFT DT members will be sharing projects made using awesome products included in the April release! Be sure to visit the MFT blog for a complete list of designers who will be participating.
Today I have a collection of rather clean and simple cards to share featuring MFT Birthday Sentiments along with LLD Border It - Mod Borders. On the first card, I stamped a sentiment from MFT Birthday Sentiments using Blue Raspbery ink on a die cut circle then layered it on top of a die cut doily made using a Die-namics Dainty Doily DUO die.
The Blu Raspberry mat and little die tag in the upper right hand corner were cut using dies from Die-namics Blueprints 2.
Up next is a card featuring another fun sentiment from MFT Birthday Sentiments and background stamped using LLD Border It - Mod Borders along with Grape Jelly ink.
I stamped the sentiment on a Smooth White cs die cut made using Die-namics Mini Album STAX. I combined elements from both Die-namics Blueprints 1 and Die-namics Blueprints 2 to create this card. Gotta love the versatility with all those Die-namics ;)
Of course I had to make a pink one ;) The background was stamped using another fun stamp from LLD Border It - Mod Borders along with Razzle Berry ink.
I stamped the sentiment from MFT Birthday Sentiments using Razzle Berry ink as well on a die cut oval that was made using a die from Die-namics Blueprints 2 ~ another example of how many versatile dies are included with Die-namics Blueprints 1 and Die-namics Blueprints 2.
Last but not least is a card that really just shows off the beautiful coordinated MFT inks, buttons and cardstock. I combined two sentiments from MFT Birthday Sentiments as well as two inks: Kraft ink and Hot Fudge ink which coordinates flawlessly with Kraft cs and Hot Fudge cs.ALL the die cut pieces were made using Die-namics Blueprints 1 with the exception of the largest Kraft mat which was made using Die-namics Blueprints 2.
Many thanks for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed my take on clean and simple.
Be sure to visit the MFT blog for a complete list of designers who will be participating today!
Be Sweet ;)
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