Happy Boo-Day * MFT Countdown (2)

Hello and welcome to another day of our MFT August Release Countdown. Only two more days until the release. I hope you're as excited as I am :-)

As I mentioned in a previous blogpost, I love the Extraordinaire Stencil collection. These stencils are just so useful and fun to play with. First, I used the stencil as a guide for my stamping. I adhered the stencil to my paper with a temporary adhesive (Purple Tape) and put this bundle into my Misti stamping tool. This way, I knew exactly where to stamp to get a circe of little stamped images for my background. 

When the stamping was done, I did not remove the stencil. I colored the small images using colored pencils and the stencil was still in place. This way, it was in the perfect spot for my next step: ink blending. I used a blending tool and a grey Distress ink to add some color to the edges of my circle background. 

Now that the background was done, I stamped, colored and die cut the cute little mummy and adhered it to my panel using foam tape. I stamped a fun greeting in green Distress Oxide ink and glued my panel to the card base. You can't really see it, but I added some glitter glue (Stickles) to the background and the little basket for a little bling on my project. I think this turned out so cute and it's really not hard to recreate. :-)

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Have a boo-tiful day,

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  1. Sweet and fun! Thanks for sharing

  2. Cool focal point with white space!

  3. I thought you had cut out a circle until I read your description. Too cool! I love all the little stamps!

  4. I'm with Giselle (above). I thought you cut out a circle, too. Looks 3d. Cool effect.

  5. Love the simplicity of this card. Thanks for noting your steps, I def think I want to try something like this! Have a great day!

  6. Love the little candies sprinkled background. Great design !!


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