Here are the details about the upcoming release on February 7th at 10 PM EST:
- You can attend the New Release Party on February 7th from 8-10 PM EST HERE in the MFT forum, where you can enjoy fun, games, and PRIZES!
- The MFT release, including all new stamp sets and Die-namics, is on February 7th at 10 PM EST. You'll find all the newest products HERE at release time.
- The guest designer contest is ON! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win $200 in stamp sets and Die-namics, and play along with the MFT Design Team for a month.
- If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to the MFT Blog NOW. Be sure to leave comments as you go for the chance to win one of 2, $10 gift certificates given away daily. The winners will be posted on February 7th just before the release party, on the MFT blog.
I started out using the Deconstructed Sketch DS30, but I ended up moving the image panel a little. I pulled out some new Bo Bunny Garden Girl paper and paper pieced her shirt with one of the patterns. I coloured the rest of her with copic markers and added a touch of shading on her shirt.
Check out the new Chat Bubbles Die-namics...swoon!!!!! I actually shortened my chat bubble a little to better fit the sentiment, and I'll show you how at the end of this post with a photo tutorial. Do you see the new Monarch Border Die-namics tucked under the flower? It's a smaller version of the jumbo monarch border Die-namics that was released last month.
I had lots of fun creating the flower embellishment using a mix of previously released Die-namics: flower and leaf trio, perfect petal trio, upsy daisy (for the leaves), and fancy flourish.
On the inside I stamped the largest sentiment from the set onto a piece of kraft card stock which I cut out with the new Oval Dainty Doily Duo Die-namics and I added a small flower for the final detail.
Photo Tutorial - Shortening a Chat Bubble:
1. Cut out the chat bubble and stamp the sentiment.
2. Use a pencil to mark where you want to cut off the chat bubble. I just eyeballed it against the die.
3. Place your card stock chat bubble back into the die, leaving the end hanging out, using your pencil mark as a guide.
4. Tape the card stock to the die so it doesn't move.
5. Run the die through your die cutting machine and back it out after the end is cut off. If you do happen to run it all the way through you run the risk of the card stock slipping in the die and possibly being ruined.
Voilà! A shortened chat bubble!!!
Here are the Die-namics I used:
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