9/17/2017

Rainbow Card - Clean & Simple

Hi sweet friends! I love love love MFT, so I am back with my last entry to this year's MFT Card Design Superstar Contest. This time for the category Clean & Simple Genius.

CAS cards are my favorites, but it's not that easy to create a card that is CAS, but not boring. And often they look simple, but were a lot of work nevertheless. Like this one:


I stamped the yeti onto a panel of white cardstock, colored it with Copics and stamped the sentiment. Now I colored the edges of a white card front with Copics and adhered the panel to the card. I die-cut the stars, colored them one by one and adhered them to the card. This took quite a while :)


I hope you like my card! Thank you for stopping by!

Vanessa

MFT Supplies:
BB Beast Friends
Lucky
Die-namics Stars in the Sky

9/16/2017

Foxy Birthday Card - Coloring With Colored Pencils

Hello again! I made another card for the MFT Card Design Superstar Contest, this time for the Coloring Virtuoso category. Lately, I enjoy coloring my images with Prisma Pencils and especially on Kraft cardstock! While playing with this cute image, I couldn't help but smile all the time:


I stamped the images with light brown ink before coloring everything. To make the foxy look really fluffy, I flicked my pencils a lot to create her fur.



Thank you so much for visiting today! Happy Weekend!

Vanessa

MFT Supplies:
Sweet Forest Friends (fox, first part of sentiment)
BB Hog Heaven (cupcake)
BB Sweet Birthday Wishes (balloon)
BB Birthday Bears (second part of sentiment)

9/15/2017

Birthdaycard Surprise Box

Hello! I've been working on a fun little project for the MFT Card Design Superstar Contest: Innovation Master. It's been a lot of work, but I loved creating this:


I enjoyed adding all the details and had plenty more ideas on what else to add, but I didn't want to overstuff it! The box was made with a simple score board and I constructed the little hut with it, too. But let's start at the beginning !

This is what the recipient will see first:


After I had constructed the box and its lid, I thought it would be nice to add a shaker window to the top for a bit of action before opening the box to find the surprise inside.


I filled the shaker with sequins, die-cut hearts and a stamped and die-cut bone. The sides of the lid are covered with die-cut patterned paper rectangles.

Then, when taking off the lid, this cute little scene unfolds itself:


I covered the standing walls with blue cardstock, die-cut a white fence and grassy borders and adhered them. I constructed the little hut, die-cut the windows and the door, and stamped the paw print. After I had adhered the hut, I stamped all the images, colored them with Copics, die-cut them with the matching dies and arranged the scene.


The banner was created with a straw and fabric tape:


The tiny boxes were difficult to fold in such a small scale, but I think the 3D presents add so much fun to the scene:


The guests are arriving already, so let's paw-ty!!






I hope you like my project! All the stamps, dies and patterned paper are from My Favorite Things. I'll try to list all the sets I used below. Thank you so much for stopping by!!

Vanessa

MFT Supplies used:
BB Lucky Dog 
BB Lucky Dog Die-namics
BB You Have My Heart
Top Dog
Top Dog Die-namics
BB Birthday Bears
BB Adorable Elephants
BB Adorable Elephants Die-namics
BB Ewe Are the Best
BB Ewe Are the Best Die-namics
BB Hog Heaven
Die-namics Zig Zag Stitched Rectangles
Die-namics Cross Stitched Squares
Die-namics Grassy Hills
Die-namics Frightful Fence
Die-namics Blueprints 29
Tiny Check Paper Pack