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For my project today, I am showcasing then new LLD Insert It - Speech Bubble Frame Die-namics, along with a number of other new Die-namics and Stamp Set being released this month.
First up is birthday card. I created the sentiment with the new LLD Max Alphabet Stamp Set and cut it out with the LLD Insert It - Speech Bubble Frame Die-namics.
I created the pretty background with the new MPD Rose Builder Stencil and MFT Inks in Pink Lemonade, Bubblegum, and Sour Apple.
Then I used the Washi Patterns Stamp Set and Washi Tape Die-namics and added three MFT Buttons.
On the inside I stenciled another rose and added a sentiment from Birthday Sentiments.
My second card used the LLD Insert It - Speech Bubble Frame Die-namics with the frame, that is part of the die. The sentiment is from this months Triple Scoop, Bold Statements.
The circles are cut with the new Peek-a-Boo Dots Die-namics.
Then I used the new Blooming Roses stamp set, Rose Bouquet Die-namics, Blissful Butterflies stamp set, and Blissful Butterflies Die-namics to embellish the card.
On the inside I stamped a sentiment from the Big Greetings Stamp Set.
And lastly I used the LLD Insert It - Speech Bubble Frame Die-namics to create this scrapbook page of my grandson who just graduated from Kindergarten.
I used the LLD Max Alphabet Stamp Set for the sentiment and added the sunburst with the negative of the new Sun Ray Die-namics, sponging on MFT Ink in Lemon Drop. To create the pattern on the sun rays I used the Large Chevron Stripes Stencil.
In the corner I cut out the notebook paper with LLD Insert It - 3x4 Notepad Die-namics and the camera with LLD Accent It - Cute Cameras Die-namics from MFT Cork. I used a die from the LLD Accent It - Story Starters Die-namics to add the "Status Update" wording.
In the bottom corner added accents with the Washi Patterns Stamp Set and Washi Tape Die-namics and a wooden ruler from my stash.