Easy Background with Background Stamp

Hello and welcome to the last day of our MFT December Release Countdown. Only one more days until all the new things will be available. Wohoo!

  • The English Brick Wall Background stamp goes just perfectly with the adorable girl from the Missing You set. I wanted to combine these stamps and make a cute little "miss you" card for a dear friend.

  • stamp the English Brick background stamp onto white paper, simply use any paper you like for ink blending. I used light brown dye ink by MFT to stamp the wall.
  • use a similar ink color with a light hand for ink blending. I used Antique Linen Distress Ink.
  • cut your background panel to size
  • stamp, color and die cut the window scene
  • adhere the window to your background piece using foam tape
  • stamp the greeting
  • to create more interest, stamp some greenery
  • glue your panel to your card base

  • This little window scene stamp can be used for so many occasions. She could be waiting for Santa or the mail man, she could be thinking about someone or something and you could let it snow or make it rain for her... She could be watching birds or a cute cat passing by. I encourage you to look at your stamps a little closer and you might find some fun new ideas and get more use out of your products. 

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

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a colorful day,

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  1. Love the realistic scene card you created. TFS.

  2. What a cute card... a sweet little girl, the branches and the awesome brick wall! TFS
    Lori S in PA

  3. Very cute card. I love your placement of the window and the added branches.

  4. This is such an appropriate card for such a time as this - I love the soft colors and beautiful layout just love that brick

  5. Your card is so sweet! I appreciate all your ideas for using this stamp, they make it much more usable.


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