I hope you have enjoyed all of what you have seen this Vault Release, you can now enjoy the shopping experience and enjoy playing with some New, Old products..

Today’s card I worked with the Undeniable Chemistry and Chemistry set..

I first took a piece of Cement Gray card stock and the molecule stamps from the Undeniable Chemistry stamp set, stamping with Steel Gray to create my own background..

I then trimmed a piece of Vellum around the same size and added both of these to a white panel..

I then Die cut a Stitched Heart from some Tickled Pink card stock, I added some sewing thread behind the heart and adhered this to the card also..

Whilst at the die cutting station, I took one of the beakers from the Chemistry dies and die cut some Bristol paper, adding Worn Lipstick and Candied Apple Distress Inks to each, adhering each of the layers together and added to the card also..

I completed this card by stamping some sentiments onto Black Licorice card stock, embossing with White Embossing Powder and die cutting using Skinny Strips, adding these along with some clear sequins..

Time to head over to the blog now to see all the amazing creations from the team..

Have a wonderful day!


  • Heather Mills

    How cute!! I love how you have layered all these elements together!ReplyCancel

  • Liz O.

    Joy, I love all the dimension on this CAS design and the pop of color. Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Cyndi Morris

    Wonderful, fun card. I love the unique layout.ReplyCancel

  • Oooooooooh…what a creative way to use this set! I love it in pink and gray!!!! Fabulous card..WOW!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  • Scraporcraft

    I like this for it’s visual appeal. I like the positioning of the elements.ReplyCancel

  • Joy that is a very nice layout out and pop to this beautiful card TFSReplyCancel

  • Sharon Gullikson

    WOW, I love how you put everything together. The light background, the heart, the love potion…ReplyCancel

  • Alice Zimmer

    I love your layering! Great card.ReplyCancel

  • Jane Bosi

    Sweet Card–love the layersReplyCancel

  • Rose M. Sohn

    What an adorable card! I think you did a wonderful job on it! Thank you for sharing your talent with us!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Taylor

    I absolutely love your your card! I love everything about it, the colours are fantastic. Am definitely going to recreate this card. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan Kennihan

    I LOVE all the layers! What a fun design!ReplyCancel

  • Christine Johnson

    Beautiful card and great composition! Love the sentiments! tfs Hugs, Christine

  • Marisela Delgado

    cute cardReplyCancel

  • I adore all the layers and the wonderful color combination you chose for your card (plus vellum which I love!)
    Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!ReplyCancel

  • Gail Spresser

    Very nice card using the chemistry dies.ReplyCancel

  • Mendy Crumpton

    Really cute card! Love how you used the stamps and dies.ReplyCancel

  • Patti Nienberg

    Love how u used the distressed ink and vellum with this card! Thank you for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah A.

    I love this card! So cute!ReplyCancel

  • Sue D

    so cute. I like the chemistry theme and the colors.ReplyCancel

  • Dorothy A

    I really like all the layering. Very clever and fun!ReplyCancel

  • Denise Bryant

    Awesome card! Love the layering and the color combo!ReplyCancel

  • Hanh

    Beautiful card! Love the CAS look!ReplyCancel

  • Heidi Rees

    Great card Joy! I love the layers and design! Great inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Tanja Souter

    I love everything about this card – Well done Joy!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    So very sweet!!ReplyCancel

  • April Davis

    Gorgeous card! Thanks for sharingReplyCancel

  • Dee Earnshaw

    LOVE the color combo and layering on this gorgeous cardReplyCancel

  • Allison F

    What a fantastic card! Love itReplyCancel

  • Cheryl B.

    Love your combination of sentiments!ReplyCancel

  • Jen Petersen

    Awesome card! Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Mary-Anne V

    Such a fun card…love the layering!ReplyCancel

Hi there

Today is Day 2 of the Vault Release at MFT and I created using one of my all time stamps called Green Pastures..

Of course I had to paper piece her shirt with some Petite Plaid pattern paper and the rest coloured with Copics, die cutting her out and setting her aside to work on the rest of the card..

Taking a panel of white card stock and adding Milk Chocolate over the Drifts and Hills stencil, making it look like she would be standing in a field..

I die cut this panel using the A2 Rectangle Frames and added this to a white card base..

I added my little girl and I needed just a bit more so I took some images from the Sunflower Sweetheart adding these to the card as well..

Finishing off this card by stamping a sentiment at the base of the inked panel..

Be sure to swing past the blog to check out all the amazing creations…


  • Cheryl Rigney

    She’s so cute! I love your background, a creative idea that really caught my eye.ReplyCancel

  • tara prince

    So super cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Wexler

    So very cute- you are “spot on” with those added elements from sunflower sweetheart- just goes to show how this timeless green pastures set pairs beautifully with other MFT designs.ReplyCancel

Hi there!

It is that time of the month again where the team at MFT share the latest releases from the Vault..

I start you out with Day 1 and sharing the Pure Innocence, Love is in the Air..

I stamped her out and coloured with Copics, skin, hair and shoes then went ahead and paper pieced her dress using pattern paper from Over the Rainbow..

While die cutting I chose to die cut a white piece of card stock using the A2 Rectangle Frames, with the inner section I took the Cloud Stencil and adding Tickled Pink ink to this panel to create the cloud background..

I also die cut a Stitched Heart from some Tickled Pink card stock..

I took a white panel and trimmed another piece of pattern paper from the Party Patterns to be slightly smaller then the white panel, I adhered the pattern paper along the the inked panel and frame..

I added my heart and little girl and finished off this card by stamping a sentiment onto white card stock and die cutting this with Skinny Strips, adding this above the girl..

I will be back with Day 2 tomorrow, I hope you all love what you start seeing today!


  • I love the different shades of pink! This is gorgeous! I can’t wait to get my stamp out and use all the new-additional ideas you guys have given us!ReplyCancel

  • All the feels!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea H

    Love your cute cats the paper piecing of her dress is a great idea. TFS xxReplyCancel

  • Super sweet girl and lovely card!ReplyCancel

  • Julie W

    One can’t go wrong joining puffy clouds and polka dots with this cutie- adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    Such a sweet card!ReplyCancel


Been awhile since last here, well it seems that way…I hope you have all been crafting up a storm..

Whilst you are crafting how about come and play in this weeks Sketch Challenge at MFT, to check how to enter for a chance at winning and more inspiration to get you started just click HERE..

I chose a very simple layout, following the sketch and adding some..

So to start out I trimmed down 3 strips of Sno Cone card stock and with the middle piece I ran it through the die cutting machine die cutting the stars from the Stitch-able Falling Stars, adding each of these to a white card base..

I then worked on the images that I wished to use of the card and took the Nurse from Calling the Shots along with her other medical images and coloured in with Copics, adding these to the card front also..

I completed this card by stamping a sentiment onto white card stock from the Bitty Thanks and Gratitude and die cut around this using the Skinny Strips, adding this to the top of the card…

I chose to add my panel to an After Midnight card base and my card was complete..

I sure do hope you have fun playing this weeks Sketch..

For now enjoy your day and I will be back again soon with even more for you to view..


  • Elizabeth Novak

    Wow! What a great card! I love your Copic coloring, especially the gray hair (another, and more emphatic WOW!!), although you did a great job on her scrubs as well. I really like your use of Sno Cone cardstock because it’s the pretty cousin to the institutional shade of green often used in hospitals and, last but not least, I like what you did with the three strips of the Sno Cone; the first being down to the “floor” for the nurse to stand on, the second much shorter and given some dimension with its falling stars, and the third strip being given even more dimension. It’s just all around perfect! *** I’d love to know or even better – see, how you did her hair. I could really put it to good use. Have a YouTube video out here somewhere? ***ReplyCancel

  • tara prince

    Such a cute idea!!ReplyCancel

Hi there

Finally, day of shopping for you, I hope you had your lists ready for what you would like to purchase from the MFT January Release..

I have 1 final card for you using the products from the release and we also have some friends around the crafting community joining us, so be sure to head over to the blog to see what everyone has created..

I chose to work with Trendy Tag and Sweetie Pie dies, matching these with some older products..

So I started out with all the die cutting, to which I took the Trendy Tag, die cutting a white, Kraft and Tiny Check pattern paper, adhering each of these layers together..

I then worked on my little pie, which I die cut from Kraft and Milk Chocolate, adding a piece of white under the top of the pie section, where the vent holes on a pie would be, adhering each of these together..

Next, I die cut several layers of Cement Gray with the word Sweetie Pie, adhering together..

Lastly, with the die cutting I took some Grout Gray and took one of the Elegant Rectangle, adding a smaller die and embossing inside this panel..

I then switched over to stamping, taking a white panel and inking up the All Lined Up Background stamp with Lemon Chiffon ink, trimming this panel down to the card base..

I then started to add the layers of die cuts and completed the card by adding a twine bow and some enamel hearts..

I hope you find loads of inspiration from the DT this month and that you have even more fun creating..

Have a fabulous crafty day!


  • Mona Porter

    Lots of fun layers and dimension. Your card is really a stunner!ReplyCancel

  • Awesome creation, I especially love your layered design!ReplyCancel

  • Isabel Z

    What a fabulous card!ReplyCancel

  • Jo Anne Malicoat

    What a fantastic card, love how you put that all together!ReplyCancel

  • Roblyn Henry

    Love the layers – so creative!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Reiner

    Oh my! I love this sweetie pie card!Adorable.ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl B.

    That pie is cutie patootie!ReplyCancel

  • Wendi J

    Cute card. Great details.ReplyCancel

  • Daria Zender

    Love the layers on this card, Joy! Just wonderful!!ReplyCancel

  • Heidi Rees

    Oh my goodness what a great card! I love everything about this, the yellow plaid, the layers, the texture, wonderful job!ReplyCancel

  • Meghan Kennihan

    This is adorable! I LOVE the dies! Darling!ReplyCancel

  • Erica LoScalzo

    Very beautiful cardReplyCancel

  • Maria L Russell

    I love seeing all of the different designs the design team and guest designers have showed us on this hop. Such a great inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Denise Bryant

    Pretty card! love all the cute pie items in this release! Awesome layering and color combo on your card!ReplyCancel

  • Deepa Lakshman

    This is a very sweet card. Love the soft yellow.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Byers

    Wonderful design!! I love all of the layering. The colors are perfect together!!!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    Super sweet card!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Ba

    Awesome card!!!ReplyCancel

  • Such a sweet card :)ReplyCancel

  • Sheri Lekan

    Your card is amazing! Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Anneleise Hampson

    What a versatile die that is! Great card!!ReplyCancel

  • Craftyfield

    Gorgeous card, I love the clean design and colours!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Gullikson

    MMMMMM PIE! Love thisReplyCancel

  • Dee Earnshaw

    love the muted tones on this sweet card – thanks for the inspirationReplyCancel

  • Sue D

    Cute and sweet with this pie.ReplyCancel

  • Sabinevdk

    Fantastic card!ReplyCancel


    Hey Joy! Thank you for such a cute card – appreciate your creativity :)ReplyCancel

  • Tanja Souter

    I really love this card Joy!ReplyCancel

  • Mary-Anne V

    Beautiful layered Joy…looks like a bakery window.ReplyCancel

  • Lauryne Cunningham

    What a cute card! I love all the dimension and layers on your card!ReplyCancel

  • Jen Petersen

    What a delightful card! I love all the layers and the details you added. So lovely!ReplyCancel

  • I love all of the layers on this card!ReplyCancel

  • Dana M

    Amazing card with fabulous layers and details! Love the fun pie die.ReplyCancel

  • Kimberly McField

    I love this project, and I am so tempted by the pie and sentiment dies… gorgeous!ReplyCancel

Hi there

Firstly, before I start the post for Day 1 of the Release Countdown at MFT, I just want to thank each and everyone of you of your continued prayers, thoughts and also donations that seem to be pouring into our beloved country over these horrid and sad fires that are still raging, from me personally, I cannot thank each and everyone enough xx

So onto the post for today, today is the last day of sharing creations from the DT so be sure to head to the blog to see even more..

I chose to work with the Freebie Die when you spend over $60 called Lots of Love along with some images from Kissing Booth..

I stamped out the images first and coloured with Copics, die cut out and set aside..

Whilst at the die cutting station I took the Lots of Love die and ran through the die cutting machine several times, die cutting white card stock and with the top layer die cutting Gold Sparkle, adhering each layer together to form dimension..

Next, I took a panel of white card stock and blended inks, Wild Wisteria, Tickled Pink and Kraft together to give a soft hue, die cutting into this using the A2 Rectangle Frames, adhering the outer section straight to the card front and the inner section adding foam tape to and placing inside the outer part..

I added my images and die cut work and completed this card by stamping and embossing with white embossing powder sentiments from the Kissing Booth, adding these also to the card front..

I will be back tomorrow with MFT and Friends and sharing even more from the January release, I hope you are ready to shop til you drop..

Have a great day!