My Favorite Things Tweet Greetings card kit count down day 1

Hello everyone!

Welcome to count down day 1 of MFT Tweet Greetings Card Kit! This kit and the add ons are so adorable that I made several card examples to show you how versatile the products are.

I have a ‘1 kit- 5 cards’ post for tomorrow but today, I’m going to share a couple of cute designs you can make using products from the kit and some basic dies from your own stash. I will link to all the products used at the end of the post.

Here is my first card-

I started by cutting a 4″×5.25″ Smooth White cardstock panel and ink blended clouds using Sno Cone Premium Dye ink. I used ‘Arched Happy Birthday ‘ Die-namics for the sentiment. I die cut out the letters from the patterned paper (in the picture) from the ‘Happy Patterns’ paper pad that is part of the kit.

I die cut the ‘Heartfelt fence’ and adhered it on the panel. For the rainbow hearts, I cut them out from the same patterned paper as the sentiment. I positioned the die in such a way that each heart in the die would cut each colour in the pattern and using inlay technique, adhered them on the fence. I also added a small strip of grass at the bottom of the fence. I put together a couple of small birds and adhered them facing each other on the fence. To finish the card, I stamped a sub sentiment and adhered the panel on a card base.

My second card is soft and sweet. I chose only pastel colours for this one.

This is a very simple window card. I started by creating the heart window on Sno Cone cardstock. I used double A2 stitched rectangle STAX Die-namics and die cut the window panel for a more finished look.

On s white card base, using the pool panel for reference, I ink blended clouds. I die cut the branch, leaves and the birds. I adhered the panel with the window on the card base and assembled all the die cuts too. I finished the card with a stamped sentiment.

Supplies used- (all the links related to the kit will start working from 22nd Feb, 10 AM EST.)

Tweet Greetings Card Kit

Be sure to check MFT blog and also My Favorite Things YouTube channel for more inspiration.

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