Thursday, July 30, 2015

Five Days Until the New Release

Thank you for joining me as we count down to the next MFT release. We are five days away from the big day! All the new Stamps, Die-namics, and Stencils will be available on Tuesday, August 4 at 10:00pm EST. Be sure to check out the MFT Blog to see all the new items being revealed today. Don't forget to leave a comment on the MFT Blog countdown posts, YOU could win one of the five $75.00 gift vouchers.

I have two cards to share with you today, they both feature the new Scribble Roses Die-namics and Scribble Roses Overlay Die-namics from Lisa Johnson Designs.

I die-cut the roses in Ticked Pink and Gold Shine card stock. I added a little extra color to the roses with Copics. The leaves are from Royal Leaves Die-namics and they were die-cut in Factory Green and Olive card stock. The sweet sentiment is from the Encouraging Words stamp set. I stamped the sentiment on a Double Stitched Oval, which is another new product being released this month.

Even though my next card uses the same products as the previous one, it has a completely different feel to it.

The roses were die-cut in Razzle Berry and Black Licorice card stock. The leaves were die-cut in Jellybean Green card stock. Once again, I used a sentiment from the new  Encouraging Words. I finished off the bottom of the card with one of the new prints in the Dots & Stripes Neutral Paper Pack. Oh how I love this new patterned paper pack!

Be sure to check out the MFT Blog to see all the gorgeous creations the design team has to share with you today.



Stamps: Encouraging Words, Burlap Background
Dies: Scribble Roses Die-namics, Scribble Roses Overlay Die-namics, Double Stitched Oval STAX Die-namics, Royal Leaves Die-namics, Oval STAX Set 1 Die-namics, Blueprints 15 Die-namics
Inks: Kraft Premium Dye Ink, Black Licorice Hybrid Ink
Paper: Kraft, Tickled Pink, Factory Green. Olive, Gold Shine
Accessories: MISTI, Scor Tape, 3D Creative Sheets, Blending Tool, Copics

Stamps: Encouraging Words
Dies: Scribble Roses Die-namics, Scribble Roses Overlay Die-namics, Blueprints 23 Die-namics, Royal Leaves Die-namics
Inks: Black Licorice Hybrid Ink
Paper: Smooth White, Black Licorice, Razzle Berry, Jellybean Green, Dots & Stripes Neutral Paper Pack
Accessories: MISTI, Scor Tape, 3D Creative Sheets


  1. Two very different looks done well. Thank you.

  2. Your cards are beautiful. I like the two different looks and can say I am really in love with the first card. The color combination on the first card is awesome.

  3. I love your pink and gold card, and what a great idea to add some copics to the pink paper, it is gorgeous! I will have to remember that trick.

  4. The gold overlay on the roses is just striking and beautiful!

  5. Wow Julie ... two of my favorite color combinations are pink and brown! And the gold cardstock adds just the right bling! I love both cards. Great job.

  6. Wowza, those gold and black outlines/overlays on those roses really make your cards POP! Bravo!

  7. Super fabulous totally awesome card here! Love the gold die!

  8. Love, love, love these cards! Thanks for sharing your lovely creations with us.

  9. Both color palettes are wonderful! Thanks for sharing these cards!

  10. Julie, your cards are totally gorgeous. I especially like the gold one. The oval double stitched dies are beautiful.

  11. I have to have these...
    Beautiful colors love everything about it.

  12. So pretty. Love the color combinations you used.

  13. Love your first card. Gives the feel of coming right off the sewing machine; applica flowers.

  14. Love your first card. Gives the feel of coming right off the sewing machine; applica flowers.

  15. I totally love the layout for the first card, and the Scribble Rose helps set the layout into gorgeousness. Great job. I like the second card as well using the Scribble Rose... I like black and white.

  16. Very beautiful.Thank you for sharing.

  17. both cards are so beautiful, but I love the kraft base in the first card!


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