MFT and friends- January release

Hello everyone!

I’m beyond thrilled and still can’t believe that this actually happened to me! I couldn’t believe my eyes when I had received a mail from the awesome Stephanie Klauck asking me if I would be interested in guest designing for (My Favorite Things) MFT. Well, so here I am showcasing their absolutely fantastic January new release.

Stephanie and MFT team, I can’t thank you enough for this fantastic opportunity! It is a dream come true for this girl!

I made three cards using several products from their newest release.

Here is the first…

I started by stamping and colouring the images with Copics. On this card, I used images from BB Cute Chemists and Rainbows and Unicorns stamp sets. The cloud die cuts are from the Once Upon a Rainbow Die-namics.

How cute is the fairy?!

I also used the English brick stencil in the background. I kept the design very simple as I wanted the images to stand out. I also felt it would be fun combining science and a little bit of magic. πŸ˜‰ I combined sentiments from the two stamp sets to make my own sentiment.

Here is the next card.

On this card, I used images from BB Cute Chemists, Scattered hearts background cling stamp. I also used the English brick stencil in the background. Just like the first card, I kept the card design very simple.

Here is the last card..

I used the Tweethearts stamp set, Hearts Entwined Die-namics and Sweet stack 6×6 paper pad. I heat embossed the sentiment on a grey colour cardstock and added twine. I also used the wpnky stitched rectangle Die-namics.

I hope you like the cards I made. Thank you so much for stopping by today!



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