MFT Tweet Greetings card kit release day

Hi everyone! This super adorable kit is now available for purchase at MFT store.

  • The Tweet Greetings Card Kit includes the following products:
  • Tweet Greetings Stamp Set.
  • Birds of a Feather Die-namics.
  • Home Tweet Home Die-namics.
  • Happy Patterns Paper Pad.
  • Card Stock – Smooth White (2), Kraft (1), Black Licorice (1), Cotton Candy (1), Moroccan Spice (1), Orange Zest (1), Lemon Drop (1), Limelight (1), Sour Apple (1), Sno Cone (1), Summer Splash (1), Something Blue (1)

The following will be available as a separate purchase: Heartfelt Fence Die-namics

The Free with $60 releasing with this kit is Beautiful Branch Die-namics.

Now, to my cards. I made 5 cards using products from this kit release. I wanted to show you how versatile the products are and easy the designs can be.

To make this card, I started by die cutting a double stitched rectangle from Smooth White cardstock.  I aligned card base and the stitched panel and die cut a circle using Stitched circle STAX Die-namics. Then I ink blended clouds on the rectangle panel and on the inside of the card too.

Then, die cut all the elements and arranged them on the rectangle panel. To add the ‘floating’ elements, I added a transparent thread behind the circular bird perch and adhered the thread between the card base and the rectangle panel. I finished the card with heat embossed sentiment strips.

This is a very simple, quick card. The beautiful patterned paper background does most of the job. I drew three black lines and adhered all my sweet die cut birds on them. I adhered hearts and finished the card with a sentiment.

I started by cutting a strip of grass and sponged Sour Apple ink on it. I die cut the bird houses in different colours. For the dark purple shade, I used Grapesicle ink to achieve the desired colour. On a double stitched panel, I ink blended clouds and adhered all the die cut pieces. I finished the card with a sentiment and adhered the panel to white card base.

How fun is this design! I started by ink blemding the blue background and I die cut the fence, and a strip of grass and adhered on the panel. I die cut all the birds and adhered them on the fence. I finished the card with a sentiment and adhered the panel on a pink card base.

For my final card, I used various products from the release.

To make this card, I started by ink blending sky and the grassy area on a smooth white rectangular panel. Then, I die cut all the elements and adhered them. I added sentiment on strips of Kraft cardstock. 


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

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