MFT & Friends * December Release

Yay! It's release day at My Favorite Things! The Design Team and some MFT Friends are sharing a bunch of inspiration so you can see a lot of possibilities using the new products. For me, this is super helpful and I hope it is for you as well. :-) 


 Idea: 
  • I got inspired by cards my crafty friend and fellow DT member Marieke made. She used the large sentiment dies that came out in October and November with white letters on kraft card stock. I loved the look so much, I wanted to make something similar. Instead of kraft card stock, I used a warm gray but besides that, you can easily see where my inspiration came from. Check out her October card here and her November card here. They are absolutely stunning!



 Instructions: 
  • die cut the large sentiment from white card stock
  • cut a piece of warm gray card stock to size and glue down the white letters. Use the white leftover die cut piece as a guide on where to put your letters
  • stamp, color and die cut the fox and the greenery. I used watercolor markers and colored pencils for this step
  • adhere the fox and the greenery to your panel using glue and foam tape. Make sure to place the image in a spot where you can still read the sentiment well but also where it looks well balanced on your project (like here, in the center but a bit below the largest letters)
  • glue your panel to a card base
  • decorate your card with white marshmallow sequins

 Tip: 
  • If you're looking for more ways to use large sentiment dies, check out my card I made using the die cut inlay technique here -> Sending Christmas Joy



If you would like to see all the new products, shop them and/or see more inspiration, simply hop over to the MFT Blog. Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a wonderful day,
Nicole


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31 comments:

  1. Love your coloring! ♡♡ Beautiful card! Thank you for sharing! O(≧▽≦)O

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  2. Love the coloring on the fox and the fur texture. Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

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  3. This large sentiment makes quite a statement on this card, the little fox is just perfect nestled in.

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  4. This fox is the cutest! Beautiful delicate card. TFS ^_^

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  5. Such a lovely card. Big hugs are always welcome!

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  6. You did a nice job coloring the fur. That is SO HARD TO DO.

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  7. The sweet fox really pops against the soft background! Awesome design- love!

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  8. Beautiful card! Love the design!

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  9. I love this little fox! Great job with the big die cut too!

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  10. This fox is ADORABLE! I love this card!

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  11. This is a lovely card. I love the subtle background colors you used :)

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  12. Love that you combined the sweet little fox with the large sentiment die!

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  13. Love your fox curled up on the greenery on this huge sentiment. Beautiful card!

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  14. Beautiful colors and design! The fox is too cute!

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  15. This is so adorable and the coloring on your fox is gorgeous!!

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  16. I think that this card is so sweet!

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  17. Love the hugeness of the big letters compared to the cozy, curled-up smallness of the fox! Great card!

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  18. Classy card highlighting the little sleepy fox.

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  19. I love this. That sweet little fox is a great accompaniment to the soft, neutral colors of the background. He pops while keeping the same feeling of calm. Just lovely.

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  20. Such a pretty and delicate look you created.

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  21. Your card is so adorable! I love this sweet fox in front of the large sentiment. :)

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  22. Cute fox and I like the Big Hugs background.

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  23. So adorable and super sweet! Beautiful coloring with water colors and pencils! Tfs Hugs and blessings, Christine

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