Friday, December 2, 2011

MFT Teasers....Day 3

Are we having fun yet??? I know I am! Soooo excited for this release. I'm really excited about the new alphabet die-namic set!  How about you? What's getting you excited so far??
There is ALOT more to see.....so let's get started!

Here are the details about the upcoming release on December 6 at 10 PM EST:
  • You can attend the New Release Party on December 6th from 8-10 PM EST HERE in the MFT forum, where you can enjoy fun, games, and PRIZES!
  • The MFT release, including all new stamp sets and Die-namics, is on December 6 at 10 PM EST.  You'll find all the newest products HERE at release time.
  • The guest designer contest is ON!  Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win $200 in stamp sets and Die-namics, and play along with the MFT Design Team for a month.
  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to the MFT Blog NOW.  Be sure to leave comments as you go for the chance to win one of 2, $10 gift certificates given away daily.  The winners will be posted on December 6 just before the release party, on the MFT blog.
Today is our preview of the new set of sentiments: Clearly Sentimental about Christmas, Pearls of Wisdom.  Pearls of Wisdom will be our new Triple Scoop promo set. That means you can get it for FREE! Read all about our Triple Scoop Promotion HERE!
I've got a card with each today. A vintage holiday card (I think that's my theme this year....seem to have more vintage on hand than usual.....kind of like this trend!). I used some of the die-namics that were released last month.
 I love the new oval doily series. I used the  oval dainty doily here along with the matching  dainty lace border. The sweet little holly berries were create using the Christmas Ornaments die-namics and some MFT felt.  You can see in the my next card I used  the new oval open scallop (I love the open scallop....it's my fave!).  You can see I matched up the little open scallop border on the front, too.
 I also  used some stamps from the Own Your Own Story stamp set. The flourish is soooo pretty! On the outside I used the new, soon-to-be-released, mini tab foursome and then I used the matching, larger size, Bracket Tab die-namic on the inside.
I love using bits and parts of sentiments, or moving them around so you make them fit onto a space, or die-namic you want to use.  I did this on the inside of my card, but only using two words from a quote.

I use a masking technique with post-its to make this happen. It's easy and creates lots more choices to your stamps. Here's how I do it.
 Then ink. Using smaller ink cubes, or dew drops, make the work a little faster and easier.
 Here's what it looks like after I ink the work I want.  Just remember to remove the paper mask before you stamp. The ink on the paper, could still be wet and mess up your final product.

 
 Stop by Kim's blog for the full list of teaser posts!

 Take a closer look at the new die-namics I used today!





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37 comments:

  1. I'm having fun! I just LOVE the way you added the mini tab at the top of your card with the button - how cute is that? Your cards are gorgeous!!

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  2. ditto about the mini tab and button ... fabulous card

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  3. Oh, Lisa!

    Two beautiful cards!!! :)

    Thank you so much for sharing,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  4. I love your card! it is just perfect!!!

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  5. Just wonderful Lisa, you've done wonders with the newbies!

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  6. Most of us remember how to mask but thanks for the visual. It reminds us that our stamp sets can be used in endless ways!

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  7. Beautiful cards, and thanks for the tip!! :)

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  8. Beautiful Lisa!!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  9. very pretty cards! thanks for the helpful hint

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  10. Thanks for showing your masking technique!

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  11. Lisa, these cards are so lovely!! Both styles are gorgeous, love the colours and design. Great inspiration!!

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  12. fabulous cards! I love that new lacey die.

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  13. What a great Christmas Card!! TFS!

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  14. These are GORGEOUS Lisa! LOVE the holly accents under the sentiment!!!

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  15. Ahhhhh.....twine......lovely!

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  16. Great cards..thanks for showing the idea of using the post it notes!

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  17. Lisa, this is such a fun and beautiful card!

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  18. These are such beautiful cards. The added bits of holly really add that special touch to your Christmas card. And I really love your button/tab detail on the 2nd card. So pretty!

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  19. Gorgeous cards!! I especially like the Christmassy one!

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  20. Such beautiful cards! and thank you for sharing your post-it notes tip with us :)

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  21. OHH! THANKS for showing us how you use post-it notes for masking! FAB cards:)

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  22. Beautiful, beautiful cards. Love these dies and stamps. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  23. Great tip on the masking! ALways seemed like a chore before! Your vintage holiday card is absolutely gorgeous!

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  24. What a great idea with the post-it notes! Why didn't I ever think of that??? Thanks!!

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  25. These are BOTH lovely, Lisa! Especially love the holly berries under the sentiment and how you used the file tab on your second card!

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  26. Both of your cards are gorgeous! Thanks for the quick tutorial on masking...

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  27. Both of your cards are gorgeous, love the mini tab used as an accent. Love the sentiments.

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  28. There are both so pretty, Lisa! I especially love your little tab with the button on your second card! Cute!

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  29. Cool tip on inking part of a sentiment!

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  30. Gorgeous doily oval!! Love it and your card showcases it wonderfully.

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  31. Great cards Lisa! Love the Christmas card.

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  32. Great cards! Thanks so much for the tutorial!!

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  33. Lovely cards, thanks for sharing

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  34. Such beautiful cards! and thank you for sharing your post-it notes tip with us :)

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Thanks so much for your kind and supportive words. I appreciate each of you taking the time to leave some love. Have a great day!