Good Luck * MFT Countdown (5)

Hello and welcome to the first day of our MFT May Release Countdown. Only five more days until the release.

Let's start with a beautiful sentiment die. It goes perfectly with the Good Luck Greetings stamp set.

I started by painting a watercolor panel using rainbow colors. I started with the yellow in the middle, added the pink on the top and orange simply appeared as the two colors touched. I did the same with the teal color on the bottom and mixed the light green as I was painting. I let my panel dry completely before I went on with my project.

Next, I die cut the word from the watercolor panel and some flowers with their centers from the leftover piece. Then, I die cut three or four more sentiments from white scrap pieces of card stock. I glued them all on top of each other and added the colored sentiment on top. I like to use a liquid glue that dries clear and mat. By stacking the sentiments, you get a cool raised look and the sentiment gets more interest on your card.

To finish up my card, I added the flowers with foam tape and glued down some sequins for a little bling. I felt like there was one thing missing, so I covered the sentiment with Wink of Stella glitter to make my card sparkle. Sadly, you can't see this on the card.

Hop over to the MFT Blog to see more new goodies that will be available soon!

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a happy day,

Products used:


  1. A sweet card! Thanks for sharing

  2. Love this Good luck die! Thank you for sharing! Love the idea of water coloring the panel and then cutting everything!

  3. Good idea to pop up the sentiment and it turned out great! I like how you just let the colors do the work for you; I often work too hard to blend and this would be much easier! Those flowers are a wonderful addition to your card! Cheers!

  4. I love the clean and simple of this card! Lovely!!

  5. Great card! Pretty and I'm sure a joy to receive!


Hi there... Thank you so much for leaving a comment or question. I am so happy you are visiting my blog!

Please notice that it may take a bit until your comment will be published. I do this manually after reading them. Thank you for your understanding.