Yay! The Beach Day card kit is now available for purchase!
I made 5 cards using the card kit and the additional products which will be available for purchase seaparately.
For my first card, I die cut the beach huts using Beach Bungalow Die-namics from different coloured cardstocks and assembled them. Once done, I glued them on a piece of white cardstock measuring 4″×5.25″. To finish the card, I glued the panel on a card base which I covered it with a patterned paper from Stars and Stripes paper pad and added sentiments on thin strips. The sentiments are from Itty Bitty Summer stamp set which is free for $60 purchase.
My second card is a mini slimline card. I first cut a couple of layers from coloured cardstock using Sand and Surf Die-namics . Then, I assembled a beach hut and used Copic markers to create a pattern on it. If you look closely, you will see that the pattern is ombre. I glued all the die cuts on a stitched slimline rectangle die cut and then on a white card base measuring 3″×6″. I stamped a sentiment from Itty Bitty Summer stamp set in black.
My third card is slimline. I love creating slimline cards as they provide an opportunity to add a lot of elements which is not sometimes possible on a A2 size card.
For this card, I again assembled the beach huts, created patterns on them using Copic markers. I die cut a layer of ‘sand’ using Sand and Surf Die-namics from Chantilly cream cardstock and lightly sponged Kraft MFT Premium Dye ink on top portion. On the bottom corners, I blended some Caribbean Sea.
On a piece of 3.25″×8.25″ white cardstock, I ink blended the sky and adhered all the die cuts. Stamped the sentiment in blue. Glued the panel on white card base.
The next two cards are CAS designs.
I wanted to flash the spotlight on the Sand Castle Builder Die-namics. I assembled the sand castle using two colours. I added a little texture on them using Copic markers. On an A2 size card base, I created sand and waves with the help of negatives that were left after using die cuts using Sand and Surf Die-namics. I finished the card by stamping the sentiment.
For my last card, I used only Itty Bitty Summer stamp set and a few pieces of MFT Premium cardstock in three colours. I first arranged all the sentiments from the stamp set one below the other and stamped them using Versamark ink on coloured cardstock and heat embossed them. And cut them into thin strips. I glued them on on a white card panel and glued the panel on a Summer Splash card base.
That finishes my post for today. I hope you like the cards I made using the kit and the extras.
Be sure to check MFT blog and also My Favorite Things YouTube channel for more inspiration.
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