Its time! The wait is over! The July release products from MFT Stamps are now available in the store! If you are still trying to decide what to purchase, hop along with the team, and if you already know, stop on back for inspiration while you wait for your order to arrive!
For the New Product Launch, I am showing off the stamp set, Delicious Birthday. While this set goes perfectly with Die-namics Bring on the Cake, it also has fantastic sentiments for all your birthday cards and projects!
Each of these phrases is a separate stamp in Delicious Birthday. I set each of the images onto my die cut Oval STAX Set 1 to line them up. Then I placed my acrylic block over the top to keep them spaced perfectly. I removed the word big and stamped the other two words with Nightshift Blue ink. Then I stamped the word big in Tangy Orange ink. The candle flame got a little orange ink too.
The background is Whip Cream ink on Nightshift Blue cardstock using the Confetti Background stamp. I adore that image. A lot. And the Fishtail Flags STAX die cut is Tangy Orange cardstock stamped with Tangy Orange ink with Diagonal Stripes Background.
One final touch because a birthday card just needs a bow, a Nightshift Blue cardstock bow die cut using Blueprints 17.
Did someone say cake? Who doesn't love cake? And cake stands, but you already know that. I adore my red cake stand and it was the inspiration for this card. I die cut the cake stand from Die-namics Bring on the Cake from Electric Red cardstock.
I die cut the dome top from Sno Cone cardstock and also MFT Vellum. I thought layering the two made it look slightly more realistic. I stamped the sentiment from Delicious Birthday onto the vellum and heat embossed it with white powder. Part of me really wants a glass dome and to etch this sentiment onto it!
The background was stamped in Sno Cone ink with Confetti Background. I also added these banners from Blueprints 17. How great is it that these banners die cut and then fold over your cording? Brilliant and makes it so much easier!
One last card tonight, inspired by my love of cakes. And topsy-turvey cakes!
I die cut the same size cake layer from Die-namics Bring on the Cake from Lemon Drop cardstock. Then I stamped each layer with Happy Birthday Background in Lemon Drop ink. The frosting layers are Razzleberry. The stars are from Blueprints 17 and are in Blu Raspberry cardstock.
The background is Smooth White cardstock embossed with Stencil Diagonal Stripes. (Warning, I will be doing this a lot. A whole lot.) And finally that fantastic sentiment from Delicious Birthday-get your cake on! Perfect!
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