Monday, May 2, 2016

absolutely fabulous; MFT Stamps May Release Countdown



Welcome to the MFT Stamps Release Countdown! For the next few days we will be sharing projects featuring the new stamps, dies, and stencils that will be releasing this month. You will be able to purchase any of the products you see over the next few days on Tuesday, May 3 at 9 pm Central.

Absolutely Fabulous Die-namics is a pretty darn cool new set of dies releasing this month! Its two dies, one die, the word "absolutely" that cuts the word, along with a straight edge. The second word is separate and in a script font. "Fabulous" fits perfectly next to "absolutely!"

After cutting Diagonal Sentiment Strip Cover Up Die-namics and inlaying several different colors of cardstock, I trimmed out the word "absolutely" from the same Steel Grey card stock. I adhered it to the card, over the opening, trimming the length to fit. Then I cut the word "fabulous" from Copper Sparkle card stock for shine! I love how the colors in my card are brought out with the sparkle!

Visit the MFT Stamps blog for all the information you will need about the upcoming release. That includes product images, product videos, links to the design team projects, and more! Plus, there always seems to be a chance to win!

thanks for stopping by!

kimberly

Supplies available May 3:

11 comments:

A Tad Bit Off said...

Your colors are fantastic!

vinita jain said...

Pretty card!

Colleen Howell said...

Love the card and using the words like this, so pretty

Kirsten Brindley said...

Love how you used the dies!

Dee Ann Matthews said...

Great color combination to enhance the message1

Laurie said...

Really like that color combo you used!

Michele Henderson said...

Love your card! This is a really petty color combination too!
Take Care!
Michele

Amante del Papel said...

your color combo is perfect, your card is so beautiful, I love it!

Deeps said...

Love the sparkle in the word. Very nice.

Nora N. said...

Absolutely AMAZING!!! LOVE the colors you used!!

Jan & Eric said...

That's one dynamic diagonal
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