MFT Stamps • Wednesday Sketch Challenge 622

30.11.2022

Hello peeps,

I can't get enough of the Christmas Cash Kit and had to play with it again for this week's Wednesday Sketch Challenge. I also used some of the coffee themed add-ons. I just love the versatility of these products – there's no better way to gift some cash creatively.

First, I started off by cutting the Money Card Die-namics from Cream Chantilly Card Stock. I stamped the coffee stain image three times in Kraft Premium Dye Ink along the edges and added some ink splatters. The sentiment is from the Coffee Break set and I stamped it with Uncharted Mariner Distress Oxide Ink.

Next, I die cut the opening for the pouch and put the rolled money inside. I temporarily adhered another piece of cream cardstock on the back to make it easy for the recipient to take out the money.

The cup and saucer are part of the Coffee Break Companions Die-namics set and I cut it from Red Hot Card Stock. To step it up a bit, I applied Game Over Lunar Paste for some extra shine. I then cut the steam lines directly into the cream card base before adhering the die-cuts.

Although the money amount is well visible through the pouch, I added a little price sticker to the top left repeating the colors of the card (Kraft, Cornflower and Cream Chantilly).

Here is a look at sketch #622:


Join the challenge with your project following the sketch for the chance to win a $50 Gift Voucher.

For even more ideas, product details and tutorials, please visit the MFT YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a fabulous day!
Anja

MFT Stamps • November Card Kit Release Day

29.11.2022

Hi everyone,

the brilliant Christmas Cash Kit as well as an assortment of fantastic add-ons are now available for purchase.

For today's project I went with a CAS gift card holder that would be perfect for a birthday girl. Who wouldn't love to get a shopping spree to your favorite store?!

The color scheme was inspired by the lavender gift card, so the main color of my choice was Grapesicle. I combined the Money Card Die-namics with the Gift Card Pocket Die-namics. I had to do some partial die-cutting to create a wider slit to fit the gift card inside but it worked fine. I stamped one of the big Birthday Cash sentiments onto the stitched pocket with Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide Ink.

For the trio of shopping bags I used the Birthday Basics Die-namics and cut them from Poppin' Polka Dots 6x6 Paper. The bag handles were cut from matching colored cardstock (Cornflower, Boysenberry and Cotton Candy). I adhered the bags above the gift card. To finish off my project, I die cut the small heart and crown from white cardstock and sticked them to the purple bag and the gift card.

Here you can see the Christmas Cash Kit again:

Please visit the MFT YouTube channel for even more ideas, product details and tutorials.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy shopping!
Anja

MFT Stamps • November Card Kit • Countdown Day 1

28.11.2022

Happy Monday everyone,

the Christmas Cash Kit is so much fun to play with and today we're showing you the incredible add-ons which you can all year round. They will be available tomorrow at 10 am EST as well.

I decided to create a little coin holder card using the versatile Money Card Die-namics again. But this time, I folded the card in half and decorated it with the Tooth Fairy Die-namics and the Tooth Fairy Wishes stamp set.

I started off by die cutting the money card base from a piece of Joyful Plaid patterned paper. I also cut it a second time from white cardstock for the inside. To make folding the plaid paper easier, I cut apart the white card in half and adhered them to the back/inside. Since I planned to close the card with a ribbon, I needed to die cut a hole at the top and bottom.

Next, I die cut all the pieces for the sweet tooth that will be the focal point on the front. The crown was cut from gold glitter cardstock and the wings were done in vellum. I added some soft coloring/shading with Copic markers.

I stamped the sentiment in VersaFine Onyx Black Ink onto a Sno Cone Card Stock strip and used one of the Itty Bitty Strips Die-namics to cut it out. I adhered the tooth with liquid glue and popped up the sentiment strip and star with foam tape.

Now onto the inside: I created a small pocket to insert the coin using the stitched half circle die included in the Tag Builder Blueprints 6 Die-namics set. I cut it from the same plaid paper and adhered it with foam strips. I stamped another of the simple sentiments below it.

How perfect is the large sentiment which I stamped in blue onto the bottom half?! To finish off my little project, I pulled a piece of ribbon through the holes and tied a bow with white string.

Here's another peek at the November Card Kit:

For even more ideas, product details and tutorials, please visit the MFT YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for stopping by! See you tomorrow!
Anja

MFT Stamps • November Card Kit • Countdown Day 2

27.11.2022

Hello friends,

today we're introducing this month's amazing Christmas Cash Kit that will be available on Tuesday, November 29th at 10 am EST.

It's jam-packed with a great mix of unique products to present some cash or gift cards in a creative way. The possibilities to personalize them are endless!

I made this fun project using the Money Card Die-namics, the Christmas Cash and Price Tag stamps as well as one of the included pouches to house the money.

First, I cut the A2-sized rounded rectangle die from white cardstock and patterned paper from the Colorful Christmas Paper Pad. Onto a strip of Blue Beyond Card Stock I stamped one of the smaller sentiments in VersaMark Ink and heat embossed it in white. I used a die (that matches the rounded corners of the card base perfectly) to cut it out and adhered it to the top.

Next, I stamped the large 'Naughty or Nice' sentiment in VersaFine Onyx Black Ink onto a white cardstock panel. I also added the check mark to the second square. I trimmed the panel and used one of the Torn Paper Edges Die-namics at the bottom.

I rolled the money and carefully put it inside the pouch which I adhered with double-sided adhesive tape. For a more finished look, I added a frame around it. I love that you have all the dies in the Money Card Die-namics set included to easily dress up your project. The amount was stamped onto a Sour Apple Card Stock circle which I adhered on top of a Field Day Card Stock sunburst circle. 

Of course, there had to be a santa on my card, too. I used a cute YUZU Holly Jolly Santa image which I colored with Copics. I cut it out with the matching die and popped it up with thin foam squares. Finally, I added a blue die cut star to balance out the design.

Here's a peek at the November Card Kit:

Make sure to check out the MFT YouTube channel for even more ideas, product details and tutorials.

I will see you again tomorrow where we're showing you some fabulous add ons!

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful Sunday!
Anja

MFT Stamps • Wednesday Sketch Challenge 621

23.11.2022

Hi peeps,

there's a new sketch over at the MFT Blog for our weekly Wednesday Sketch Challenge. I created a CAS friendship card using an adorable image from the Anywhere with You stamp set.

I started off with a white A2 card base and a white cardstock panel cut to the same size. To achieve the look of a warm sunset sky, I did some ink blending with Distress Oxides (Worn Lipstick, Saltwater Taffy and Tattered Rose). For a bit of interest, I added ink and white paint splatters with a small brush.

Next, I used one of the Mini Slimline Outside the Box Clouds Die-namics and partial die cutting to create the cloud border panel from white cardstock.

I stamped the image in Extreme Black Hybrid Ink and colored it with Copics. I used the coordinating die to cut it out and adhered it with thin foam squares.

The sentiment from the YUZU Hoodie Weather set was stamped in VersaMark Ink onto a piece of Cornflower Card Stock.
I heat embossed it in white and used a banner die included in the Blueprints 27 Die-namics set.

Here is this week's sketch #621:


Join the challenge with your project following the sketch for the chance to win a $50 Gift Voucher.

For even more ideas, product details and tutorials, please visit the MFT YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have an amazing day!
Anja

MFT Stamps • November Release Day

08.11.2022

Hello friends,

the My Favorite Things November Release is now available for purchase! Check out the MFT Blog to see another round of DT inspiration.

For today's card, I used the gorgeous Snowflake Flurry Background cling stamp again – I just love it! I combined it with the Coolest Friends stamps and the Stackable Snowflakes Die-namics.

First, I created an A2 card base from white cardstock and stamped the background in VersaMark Ink onto a piece of Sno Cone Card Stock. I heat embossed it with Judikins Iridescent Sparkle embossing powder and trimmed the panel down to be a bit smaller (about 1/8" at each side) than A2.

Next, I stamped the adorable image of the penguin and snowman. I added the sentiment inside the sign they are holding and colored everything with Copics. To cut out the image, I used the coordinating die.

I die cut two of the snowflakes from white cardstock and adhered them to the center of the card. Finally, I popped up the colored image with foam tape.

For even more ideas, product details and tutorials, please visit the MFT YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy shopping!
Anja

MFT Stamps • November Release Countdown Day 1

07.11.2022

Happy new week everyone,

the My Favorite Things November Release Countdown wraps up today. We are happy to reveal the remaining products of this fun release which will be available tomorrow.

I made a winter themed birthday card with the cute critters from the Freezin' Season stamp set.

First, I created a snowy winter night sky by blending together Black Soot Distress Ink, Something Blue and Lazy Day Premium Dye Ink. I sprinkled on some water droplets to lift the color in a couple of spots. After dabbing it off with a paper towel, I added white paint splatters with a brush to mimic falling snow. For the snow hill, I used the wavy die included in the On the Move Slider Channels Die-namics set and applied Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink to the edge.

Next, I stamped the images in Extreme Black Hybrid Ink and colored them with Copics. I cut everything out with the coordinating dies. For dimension, I popped up the images with thin foam squares.

I stamped a long sentiment from the YUZU Eat Lots of Cake stamp set across the snow hill and heat embossed a second one in white onto a black cardstock strip.

Make sure to check out the MFT YouTube channel for even more ideas, product details and tutorials.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a gorgeous day!
Anja

 
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