Hi! Welcome to the June MFT New Product Tour! Tonight, the MFT DT will be taking you on a tour of all the new products that are available NOW right HERE in the MFT Boutique. I thrilled to share a few projects that I made featuring an assortment of MFT products while focusing on several products designed by me: MPD Blooming Roses, MPD Rose Bouquet, MPD Rose Builder Stencil and MPD Graduated Diamonds Stencil.
First up is a layout of my dear son Jerry, his sweet fiance April and myself that was taken last year on Mother's Day.
To create this layout, I pulled out some paper that I made using the Gelli Arts 12" x 14" printing plate. I added lots of texture using both the MPD Rose Builder Stencil and MPD Graduated Diamonds Stencils along with fiber paste.
Once the fiber paste was dry, I layered additional paper, the photo and lots of blossoms. I stamped several blossoms using MPD Blooming Roses along with Lemon Drop ink and Soup Apple ink for the leaves. I surrounded it with homespun blossoms made using the following Die-namics dies: Die-namics Mini Royal Roses, Die-namics Large Hybrid Heirloom Rose.
I couldn't help but adding a pretty Lemon Drop stamped butterfly from the LJD Blissful Butterflies set! The birdcage was made using Die-namics Comtempo Cage, topped with a die cut Whip Cream felt bow made using Die-namics Dainty Bows, a few blossoms made using Die-namics Mini Royal Roses and Die-namics Upsy Daisy with a couple of leaves from MPD Blooming Roses peeking out.
Here's a close up of a stenciled rose and the sweet die cut heart that was made using a die from Die-namics Blueprints 4 and stamped using LJD Artful Expressions.
I completed the layout with a sweet sentiment from Bold Greetings:Up next is a VERY simple card that was made using Die-namics Sun Ray die along with Primitive White cardstock and scraps from my homemade paper.
I stamped a sentiment from Doodle Garden Aloha using Black Licorice ink on the circular die cut piece.
Many thanks for stopping by ~ I hope you enjoyed my samples today!
Be sure to head over to the MFT Blog, where you can see what the rest of the team came up with using the new products.
Be Sweet ;)
Be Sweet ;)