Thursday, June 12, 2014

MFT's June Rewind - Part 2

Thanks for stopping by for MFT's June Rewind - Part 2!  The MFT Team has another two days of inspiration for you using using newly released products that are available HERE NOW. You can stop by the MFT Blog for the list of all the designers sharing projects today. 

Today I am playing with a new with a number of new products and I have a card and a scrapbook page to share with you. 


First up is my card. I used the Large Polka Dots Stencil and gold molding paste to create the background pattern. The "smile" frame is cut with the TRANSFORM-ables Smile Die-namics and I added vellum to the background.


I added the little doily to the top corner with the Mini Delicate Doilies Die-namics and gold glittered card stock. The fishtails are added with the new Pierced Fishtail Flags STAX Die-namics. 


The sentiment on the inside is from the Smile Stamp Set.


Next up is my scrapbook page of my sweet little Lisa in first grade.


The work "FIRST" is cut with the new Peek-a-Boo Alphabet Uppercase Die-namics. The tab on my layout are cut with this month's Free With $60, the File Folder Die-namics.  The work "grade" and the number border are cut with the Border It - Numbers Die-namics. 


The clipboard and the all the clips are are from the Office Supplies Die-namics and the all the sentiments are from the At the Office Stamp Set. The notebook paper is is cut with the Insert It - 3x4 Notebook Paper Die-namics and the lines are stamped with the Notebook Paper Background Stamp.

I used the Typewriter Text Background Stamp, along with the Notebook Edge Die-namics to create the pink background. I used the Large Polka Dots Stencil and Light Molding Paste to create the polka dot background.


Here are the products I used on my card:




Here are the products I used on my scrapbook page:


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4 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

I like the DOTS!! This really pops.

Debbie Nelson said...

Great card! Love the gold.

Shelly said...

Both are awesome! Love!

AmyR said...

The card is so pretty, and the SB page is adorable!