Saturday, August 1, 2015

Die-namics Fringe Two Ways + Video Tutorial; MFT Stamps August Release Countdown



Who is feeling tropical? I know I am! And there is STILL so much more to come! Remember, all the products we are showing for the MFT Stamps August Release Countdown will be available on August 4!

The die I am featuring today has me incredibly excited! Die-namics Fringe has so many great applications! I cannot wait to play with it more!

Sticking with a tropical feel, I cut three colors of card stock with Die-namics Fringe. Persimmon, Coral Crush, and Peach Bellini card stocks worked perfectly to create an ombre fringe border background on my card.

The other way I used Die-namics Fringe was to create the center of this flower! How fun is that?! Check out the video tutorial below and watch how easy it is to create!



Visit the MFT Stamps Blog for all the information about the new products, links to the rest of the creativity of the design team, and for a chance to win!

thanks for stopping by!

~kimberly

Supplies available August 4:


16 comments:

donna mikasa said...

Oooh, so pretty, Kimberly--love the colors! You always have the most creative ideas!

Teresa Doyle said...

Kimberly, your card is just sweet.

Debbie Nelson said...

Love the fringe!

Carol said...

LOVE that card!

Mary W said...

Can't get enough of the fringe background - your card is so pretty.

jamie vanskiver said...

What a fun card! Love the fringe!

Celeste Goff said...

Gorgeous card and thank you for the tip on how to use the fringe for the interior of the flower!

Geri said...

Oooo…gorgeous colors in your layers, Kimberly!

Judy said...

Love the colors on your card. Great fun design. Love the plain white flower against all those pretty colors. Thanks for sharing.

Cathy Homan said...

Love the ombre effect. You used some of my favorite colors. Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Krug said...

Love ow you used the fringe.

Brenda Lee said...

Awesome ombre fringe!! LOVE it!

Sharbogast said...

So cute.. Love how you made your flower. Of course, I am sitting here wondering what you're going to do with the scraps you cut from the fringe.. haha

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

Awesome card. Love the flower on there with the fringe middle usage.

Donna said...

Your card is creative and beautiful. The new fringe die is the best thing since sliced bread. And for those of you too young to know what that means ... it's a good thing! Great job, Kimberly. Truly one of my favorite card samples from this new release! :-)

Amante del Papel said...

I love your ombre card, is so pretty!