Thanks for the Lift * MFT Countdown (4)

Hello and welcome to the second day of our MFT October Release Countdown. Only four more days until the release. Yay!


 Idea: 
  • I had a soft background in mind, created with all the little images from the Partners in Adventure set



 Instructions: 
  • use a light gray ink to stamp the little images all over your panel, start in the center and work your way out to the edges
  • stamp your focal images onto alcohol marker friendly paper using a matching ink (like Memento Tuxedo Black) and color them using your alcohol markers
  • die cut the images and adhere them to your card panel
  • stamp the sentiment in crisp black ink (e.g. Versafine Onyx Black)


 Tip: 
  • using the little stamps for a soft background is a fun thing to do, it looks lite a time-consuming task but a background like this is not that hard to do :-)


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

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a happy day,
Nicole

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8 comments:

  1. Just darling. My favorite is the light background stamping.

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  2. So sweet! I like the background too.

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  3. Adorable card. Love your soft background.

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  4. Love how you created your own designer paper! Andyou little characters give your card the right amount of color! Great card! Thank u for sharing!

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  5. I do like the background your created. I will have to give it a try. You are right, it does look difficult but simple too. Thanks!

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  6. I love how you used the little stamps to stamp your background, very creative!

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  7. This is so cute, and I love how you created your own background with all of those elements from this set!

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  8. Love what you did for the background! Cute, sweet card!

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