MFT Countdown Release Day 1

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We are at Day 1 for the October Countdown Release for MFT..woohoo!! Almost time to start the ordering process, hope you have your wish lists ready..

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I went with a fairly CAS card today…using the stamp set Merry Everything, stamping out my Santa and his little Present, colouring in with Copics and die cutting out…I then die cut out some stars from the Star Stax out of some Itsy Bitsy Polka Dot pattern paper, adhered these together and then onto the card, also die cutting the Wishes word from the Cause for Celebration, this die actually reads best wishes, but I took the wishes part and die cut out of Electric Red card stock around 4 times and adhered together for dimension, adding this over the stars on the card…next was to add my santa and his present then finished off the card by stamping out a Christmas word from one of the stamps from Merry Everything, masking off all the other words in the sentiment and just using the word Christmas, die cutting a little banner from the Tag Builder Blueprints 6..

I hope you have enjoyed the countdown, remember to head to the MFT blog for more inspiration and I will be back for New Product Launch tomorrow..

Have a fabulous day!

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  • Evelyn

    Paper choice for the stars is magnificent, very pretty card.ReplyCancel

  • Colleen Howell

    Adorable, I love the designReplyCancel

  • Beverly Perdue

    Joy, your card is so cute! I love how you colored the Santa!ReplyCancel

  • Dee Ann Matthews

    Your beautifully colored Santa is shown to be the star of the card by your double dot stars!ReplyCancel

  • Michele Masarech

    Joy, this card is so adorable! Love the stars with the dotted Kraft popped up with the red sentiment! Really makes it snap!ReplyCancel

  • Lynda J

    Great card!ReplyCancel

  • Janet`

    Terrific card Joy! Your shading is brilliant :-)ReplyCancel

  • Bette

    Just had to say that the stars look like the Christmas cookies my Grandmother would make. The recipe was called “every day cookies” and then she’d put sprinkles on top. Yummy card!ReplyCancel

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