It's the moment you've all been waiting for.... It's time to SHOP! The June new product launch from My Favorite Things is here!
In honor of the occassion, the design team has some fun eye candy to share with you using the new products from this month's release.
I have a trio of cards made with the newest Pure Innocence set, called Sending Big Hugs. AND... Check it OUT! There's a coordinating Sending Big Hugs Die-namics too! Yahoo! I'm so excited that MFT is now going to have coordinating dies for the Pure Innocence line of stamps. That is serious sa-WEET!
My first card has a Red Hot base, and the layers are Smooth White, Sno Cone, and X-Press It Blending Card. The file tab at the bottom was created with the new File Folders Edges Die-namics, which is this month's Free with $60 product. The circles were created with the Circle STAX 1 Die-namics and Circle STAX 2 Die-namics. The clouds were die-cut with the Cloud Trio Die-namics. I air-brushed the background with the Copic Airbrush System. A bit of red and white striped twine and a scattering of enamel dots finish off the details.
I created the polka dots on her dress with my Sakura White Glaze Pen. I stamped the image in Black Licorice Hybrid ink, and colored her with the following Copic markers:
Here's a look at the inside:
I added a layer of Sno Cone, a layer of Smooth White, stamped the image in Sno Cone, and stamped the sentiment in Red Hot.
My second card base is Smooth White, and the pretty patterned paper layers are from Basic Grey's Fresh Cut collection. The die-cuts were cut from the Pierced Circle STAX Die-namics and Pierced Fishtail Flag STAX Die-namics.
The colors in this card are this week's Color Throwdown Challenge. Check it out HERE. The layout is this week's Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge. Check that out HERE.
I stamped the image in Black Licorice Hybrid ink on X-Press It Blending Card, and colored her with the following Copic markers:
Her dress was paper-pieced with patterned paper, and the background was airbrushed with the BG32 and YG25 Copic markers and the Copic Airbrush System.
The die-cut heart was created with the Blueprints 15 Die-namics, and a bit of green and white striped twine anchors it nicely.
Inside, I added a strip of patterned paper, stamped the image in Cotton Candy, and stamped the sentiment in Sour Apple.
My third and final card for today is made from Smooth White, Razzle Berry, and X-Press It Blending Card. The fun die-cut background was created with the new Stripes Cover-Up Die-namics. I added x's and o's with Razzle Berry ink.
I thought it would be fun to put a jump rope in her hands. I created a simple one with a bit of hot pink and white striped twine. The wonderful pattern on her dress was created with a scrap piece of denim and a fine mist spritzer bottle full of Colorless Blender solution. I made sure to color the dress first, create the texture, and THEN color the rest of the image. (Ask me what happens when you do that in the wrong order! *grin*)
I stamped the image in Black Licorice Hybrid ink, and colored her with the following Copic markers:
Here's a look at the inside:
I added a strip of Razzle Berry card stock, stamped the image in Razzle Berry ink, and stamped the sentiment right on her dress in Nightshift Blue.
Thanks so much for stopping by today, friends! Be sure to swing by the MFT Blog for links to all of the other designers' blogs.