Hi there

Did you all get a chance to check out the goodies of the Day 5 Countdown? I hope you are loving what you see..

We have more installed or Day 4 so be sure to head to the blog to see even more amazing creations..

I chose to work with the new Stacey Yacula set called, Spooktacular Friends..

Stamping out the images I wished to use and colouring with Copics, adding more shadows and depth using my Polychromos, die cutting out and setting aside to work on the rest of the card..

Taking a panel of white card stock, I masked off the bottom section of the card stock and at the top of card, I blended Orange Zest and Lemon Drop inks..

Once happy with the blending I stamped the tree from the stamp set and added my images..

I completed this card by stamping a sentiment under the masked area..

This set is one of my favourites for the month and I sure hope you will love it too..

Have a wonderful day!


  • Sherri Little

    Love it! I appreciate your blending on the evening sky.ReplyCancel

  • Kristen

    Love that all of the color is at the top portion of the card and the bottom portion has white space. This is such a fun set, love it!ReplyCancel


Gosh, August already, before we know it, it will be Christmas, super scary how time is flying by so quickly..

Being August and a new month that means at MFT there is the start of a new Release Countdown and I start you out with Day 5..

I created my card using the Carousel Horses and Carousel Die..

I stamped out my images that I wished to use on my card then coloured with Copics and die cut out..

Whilst at the die cutting station I took one of the poles from the Carousel Die and ran it through the die cutting machine, die cutting several layers of Silver Sparkle, adhering each of the layers together to form dimension..

Next, I trimmed a piece of white card stock and blended Chipped Sapphire, Stormy Sky and Shaded Lilac, adding flicks of water over the top to make the ink wick..

I added my images and a sentiment that I embossed with Silver Embossing Powder onto Vellum..

I finished the card by adding die cut Silver Sparkle Hearts and Clear Sequins…

Don’t forget to swing past the blog to see what the rest of the team has created for Day 5..

I will be back tomorrow with Day 4..


  • Sweet Sarah

    Love your card!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy G.

    I love your graduating color combination! My favorite colors!ReplyCancel

  • Lagene

    Awesome creation, I love this stamp set!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen

    I love this card! Your background is so pretty and it really highlights that adorable gray carousel horseReplyCancel

  • Nanette Leiker

    I loved your card! The colors in the background were so beautiful, and the water flicking gives the card more interest.Thank you for sharing your techniques with us!ReplyCancel

  • Sabrina Radican

    Such an adorable card!!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    So super sweet!!ReplyCancel

  • Zlatka Kabaivanova

    So pretty! I love the background.ReplyCancel

Hi there

Hope the week is going well for you all, I am looking forward to the weekend I must admit, happy that I won’t be working and hopefully grab some crafty time..

Speaking of crafty time how about a card share..

Middle of the week and that means a new Sketch Challenge to play along with, to find out more details head over HERE

I chose to create another Christmas card, having these sketches are allowing me to add a card a week to the Christmas pile, well not all the time but most of the time…

Taking out the Snow Globe dies and creating my little snowman out of White, Black Licorice, Electric Red and Coral Crush card stocks..

I also die cut a snow bank out of white card stock and the trees from the same set out of Sour Apple and Gumdrop Green..

I set all these aside and worked on the rest of the sketch, trimming pieces of Grout Gray card stock strips, to these strips I embossed sentiments using sentiments from the Snow Globe Sentiments..

I added the strips to one corner of a white card base, with the middle strip adding Sno Cone card stock..

I went about adding my little snow scene using the die cuts and completed the card by die cutting a snowflake from the Stylish Snowflakes out of Sno Cone..

I hope you have fun creating with this sketch..



Hello there

Cannot believe we are the middle of another week and how is it flying by..

Middle of the week means another Sketch Challenge for MFT and number 477 is up on the agenda today, so be sure to check out the details on how to enter to win and to get you started, there is loads of inspiration from the DT so be sure to click HERE for more information..

I chose to add to my Christmas card collection and created a simple card..

Stamping out one of the Yeti’s from the Beast Friends and coloured with Copics, adding a scarf, hat and a present to him also..

I then took a white panel and added some blending, using the Drifts and Hills Stencil and some Green Room and Poppy Inks..Adding white gel dots over the inked areas as if snow was falling..

I added a stamped sentiment to the top of the panel, stamping this from the Hand Lettered Holiday..

Completing the card by adding my little Yeti and my card was complete..

Have loads of fun creating for this challenge..


  • Tara Prince

    So super cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Gillmarten

    Joy, I LOVE this version of the sketch! too cute! very clever idea!ReplyCancel

Hi there

Today at MFT is the final day of sharing creations using the July Card Kit, so be sure to head to the blog to see many more amazing creations using this fabulous kit..

I am sharing a shaker card this time..

Die cutting the wine glass into a panel of Ripe Raspberry, on the other side of the panel I die cut the word Cheers, from the Simply Cheers die..

I added some acetate to the back and added 2 layers of foam tape to form dimension, adding sequins and sealing up..

I added a strip of pattern paper at the back of the shaker panel from the Black and White Stripes paper pad..

On the top part of the shaker I added a bit of Silver Sparkle card stock and added this to a white card base..

On the other side of the shaker I added a stamped sentiment to complete the card..

Have a fabulous time shopping and I look forward to seeing what you create with this kit..

Enjoy your day!


  • Anneleise Hampson

    Shaker cards are always such fun! Lovely.ReplyCancel

  • That’s a great shaker card!! Beautiful design and choice of colors! I love the addition of black & white and glitter strips! :)ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Gullikson

    How nice to add the cheers to the shaker area. I’ve never seen that sort of thing before. NICEReplyCancel

  • Love how you have the cut out word as part of the shaker too. The pink with silver is really pretty, too.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  • I really love this card. The colors, design and the sparkle.ReplyCancel

  • Brian Poteraj

    The design is just great. The little bit of sparkle is very celebratory.ReplyCancel

  • You did a Super Incredible Creative job with the new kit!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lauryne Cunningham

    Your card is so pretty! I love the glitter cardstock and sequins!ReplyCancel

  • Jana Gutsch

    Stunning card ❤❤❤ReplyCancel

  • Meghan Kennihan

    What a great shaker! I love the pink, black and white together! Great design!ReplyCancel

  • Dee Earnshaw

    Love this shaker card – sure to make someone smile!!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy M.

    This card is absolutely amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    very cool shaker!!ReplyCancel

  • Such a fun shaker card! :)ReplyCancel

  • Liz O.

    What a fun bubbly design Joy! this kit looks like a fun one to play with, thanks for the inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Julia D.

    Great shaker card! Love the colors of sequins and how you die cut the word “Cheers” from the raspberry paper. Looks great!ReplyCancel

  • Tammy Hanson

    Beautiful card. I’m curious how you created the silver portions in the glass and in the “cheers” letters. Do tell.ReplyCancel

  • Trina P.

    Pretty shaker. Love the sparkle. xReplyCancel

  • Deepa Lakshman

    Your shaker card is adorable.ReplyCancel

  • Jenrescuemama

    Great colors! I love that you made the words part of the shaker too!ReplyCancel

  • Denise Bryant

    Beautiful shaker card! This kit is awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Rumpza

    Ooh. I LOVE your design!ReplyCancel

  • Mary-Anne V

    Fabulous use of the negative space on the die..love it.ReplyCancel


Back again today to share my day 2 of the July Card Kit, Let’s Toast-With a Twist..

Be sure to head to the blog also to see more amazing creations from the DT..

I chose to use the colours from the card kit with this card, but in the form of inks, Blu Raspberry, Green Room and Grape Jelly, die cutting each of the glasses and colouring each one with the inks..

I also chose to use the free die when you spent over $60 from the latest release called Simply Cheers..die cutting using Black Licorice and adding the word Cheers on top with White Tooth card stock..

I added a Silver Sparkle strip to the base of a white panel, then added my glasses to which I had added some white gel pen and then the word Cheers..

Completing this card by adding another sentiment from A Toast to You and some Clear Sequins..

I will be back tomorrow with one last card using the fabulous products from the kit..