Tuesday, January 17, 2012

MFT VIP! Cassic Kids

Welcome to the MFT mid-month release with the Classic Kids VIP collection!!!  Yep....two more PI's can make it to your house THREE weeks early AND you get a FREE mini stamp set AND a fabulous die-namic die all with this moth's kit.  Don't miss out...there are only a Limited Quanity of these kits.  Once they sell out, you'll have to wait until our February Release to get your hands on them. 

Pure Innocence Violin Girl stamp set
Pure Innocence Blowing Bubbles stamp set
Classic Kids Sentiments mini (VIP exclusive stamp set - will never be offered for sale or be available again $9 value, FREE)
Monarch Border Die-namics Die

I know how much you love thse Pure Innocence stamps.....AND it's awesome that once again this month, you can get two of the newest cuties in your hot little hands early. Thanks to  some tips from my fellow MFT DT gal pals about stream lining our stamping and trying to craft "faster", I decided to give it a go.  One of the tips that really resonated with me, was making multiple cards with similar products.  That's what I did today.  I used the same colors schemes and sampe papers (My Mind's Eye-), but I was able to come up with three different samples for you today....AND I love them.
First up is my VIOLIN GIRL card.  I used my trick for extending the length  of my MIX & MATCH BANNER PIECE. 

 You can see my picture tutorial over on my Creative Challenge Post, to learn how to do this.

I also tied in the same banner piece along the bottom to hold my sentiment.  Just stamp it and cut it out into smaller rectangles, then attach them to the banner piece.




I just love this next little sweetie.  My kids loooove blowing bubbles.  I always dread pulling out the jar of bubbles, because it ALWAYS spills....but, once you get past that, it's always so much fun. 

 I used an older, Deconstructed Sketch for my card and I was excited to show off the new size of the MONARCH BORDER DIE-NAMIC (included in this month's VIP kit!).  The sentiment fit perfectly on the larger fishtail banner strip from FIRST PLACE AWARD RIBBON.
You can also see that I added some Crystal Effects to accent my bubbles and give them that life-like look to them.  Don't forget to add this product LAST, and then set your card aside to dry. 
I also played up the circle theme of the bubbles  and the MONARCH BORDER DIE and used a large circle die to cut out my main image and added a corrugated cardboard circle and a few buttons to accent.  I love carrying out a design element like circles through out my cards.
 Before I tucked my supplies away, I made up a quick tag so I had a good excuse to show off one of the cute, heartfelt sentiments included in the FREE mini set you'll get with this months kit. The quote was stamped on the inside of the FIRST CLASS FRIEND postage die-namic.



A PRETTY POSIE FLOWER, TWINE, and a button finished off the details of this tag.



KIM's blog has all the VIP release details...plus the list of beautiful samples by the DT. 





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12 comments:

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

I love them all and I'm so glad I got one of the kits! The sentiment makes me laugh, though, cuz violin strings break all the time! : )

Tricia

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

These are all so adorable

StampOwl said...

love these Lisa

wendy said...

cute...terrific tag!

Megan said...

I love how you turned the banner upside down for your sentiment!! Lovely!

Melody said...

Sweet! Love the little tag.

Inge said...

Amazing creations Lisa, love the tag, the cards and especially the embossed dotted background on the violin girl card!

Debbie Carriere said...

Oh my gosh, these are all darling!! Love both cards with the fantastic paper piecing and the tag is awesome!!!

Barbara said...

Love them both, Lisa! And thanks again for the tip on lengthening the banners!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OH MY! Lisa--you have blown me away! I LOOOOOOOVE the mix & match banners--I LOVE those bubbles on the second card...and that tag is FABULOUS! I love that you didn't color her in! YOU ROCK:)

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Ack!!! These are awesome!!! Love how you created that long banner!

Kristin Moore said...

Oh, I really like that first one especially. Love the yellow polka dot paper and that color combo, with the kraft! Cute design! You need a girl. :)