Today I have a super cheery card featuring Who's That Girl Puddle Jumper. She's a paper piecing dream!!
I used the new Mini Monarch Border Die-namics cut from white card stock along the right edge and jazzed it up with yellow rhinestones. The layout is the Deconstructed Sketch #39 and the bright patterned papers are from the Echo Park Country Drive paper pad.
The image is stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and coloured with copic markers. I couldn't resist giving her some striped rain boots and a fun yellow rain slicker. I added clear glaze pen to the puddle to make it look shiny and wet. The sentiment was stamped onto a yellow piece which I cut out with the mix & match banners Die-namics then I topped it with a pink button to tie it in.
Check out this gorgeous new Royal Rose Die-namics. It's another in the rolled flower series of Die-namics dies but this one has scallopy, slightly jagged looking petals just like a real rose does. It's beautiful!!!
On the inside I stamped another sentiment from the set onto a big oval of white card stock which I cut out with the largest size of the new Oval Stax set 2 Die-namics. These are such a versatile set of dies that I know I'll be reaching for time and time again!!
Here are the details about the upcoming release on March 6th at 10 PM EST:
- You can attend the New Release Party on March 6th 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 March 6th 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 March 6th just before the release party, on the MFT blog.
Here are the Die-namics I used:
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