Sindhu here. I hope everyone is doing good. I know I haven’t blogged for over an year. To be honest, I hadn’t made many cards last year.
However, I’m so thrilled to be writing this post because I’m part of ‘MFT and Friends’ feature for their February release. Yay!! Still doing my happy dance!
This release is full of awesome products and if you are looking to add some birthday themed products, I strongly recommend that you check this release. There are SO many fantastic stamps and dies. I made a bunch of cards using them to share with you today.
The first card was made using the stamp set designed by Stacey Yacula. It is called ‘Sweet shop’. It is cuteness overload and I am not able to get over it!
Here is my card-
Here are some more close up shots of the card-
Here are more cards that I made using the products from the new release.
The next card features the Birdie Brown set ‘Birthday Buds’.
To make this card, I stamped the images directly onto the watercolor cardstock and painted the images using Daniel Smith watercolours. I added a balloon for the cute little piggie to hold. I adhered the coloured panel on the Neenah Desert Storm cardstock base.
Some more images of the card
My next card features ‘Hydrangeas in bloom’ stamp set. This stamp set is SO beautiful.. SO delicate, it was worth all the time I spent colouring the gorgeous images.
I used Daniel Smith watercolours to colour on Arches Cold pressed watercolor paper.
I used blues and purples to colour the flowers. I layered the coloured panel on Neenah Desert Storm cardstock on which I scored horizontal lines for extra interest. I kept the rest of the card pretty neutral as I wanted the focus to be on the blooms.
The last card features two stamp sets- ‘Birthday Buds’ and ‘Birthdays take the cake’.
I had so much fun colouring the adorable images in copics. Also, how beautiful is the font of that sentinent! I also used Grassy Hills Die- namics and Inside and out Stitched Rounded Rectangle STAX Die-namics.
I hope you like the cards I made for the release…
Head over to the MFT blog for loads of inspiration and links to the store.
Thank you for visiting me today. Hope to see you soon again. 🙂