Hi there

Gosh inching closer to release day of the MFT December Release…I hope you are enjoying the creations of the countdown and we have more installed today, so be sure to swing past the blog to take a look at more amazing cards..

I am working with a set called Friendly Forest set, pairing up with the Stitched Tag-Corner Rectangle STAX…

I first die cut into a Kraft piece of card stock that was cut slightly smaller then the card front and also a scratch piece of white card stock..with the Kraft I added foam tape to the back to add dimension, adding this to a white card base…

With the inner panel of white I took the Cloud Stencil and using Blue Breeze ink I applied all over the panel, adding a sentiment to the top part of this card stock, then adhering to the inside of the Kraft panel..

Next, I took my little images from the stamp set, placing them into my Mini Misti and using a variety of inks, Safety Orange, Blue Yonder, Gumdrop Green, Steel Grey, Electric Red, Chocolate Brown and Latte, die cutting each of the images..

Whilst at the die cutting station, I took Gumdrop Green card stock and using the grass die from the Mailbox die, I die cut several grasses to add to the inner inked panel on my card..

Next, was to complete my card, by adding me little creatures to create my little scene..

Have fun checking out all the fun creations..







Gosh it is speeding through this release for MFT…today we are sharing projects for Day 3..

I am using the cute set called Meant to Bee, it is just the cutest…

I took the stamps out that I wanted to create with and stamped and coloured with Copics, die cutting these out and setting aside..

I then took the latest background stamp called Honeycomb Background..inked it up with Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder onto a trimmed piece of white card stock..

Once it was embossed, I took Lemon Chiffon ink and applied some ink to the centre of the card..

I added my images and completed the card by stamping and embossing a sentiment onto Black Licorice card stock that I then die cut around using the Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strips…

I cannot wait to use this set more, it is just so darn sweet..

Have fun looking at the rest of the teams creations for today..

I will be back with Day 2 tomorrow..






Hi there

Today we are day 4 for the MFT December Release Countdown…

I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s viewing of the design teams amazing creations, we have more installed today, so be sure to pop on over to the blog to check them out…

MFT have brought back the Birdie Brown You’re Super and we know that you will just love that..

So I started out by stamping out my little super hero and colouring in with Copics, die cutting and setting aside..

I then die cut a white and After Midnight card stocks using the Single Stitch Line Rectangle, adding foam tape to the frame of the After Midnight and with the inner white panel, I took After Midnight, Coral Crush and Lemon Drop inks, blending a skyline panel..

I flicked white paint over the top and added some stars that I clearly need to work on getting more like stars, but hopefully you get the idea LOL..

I then trimmed down a panel of Black Licorice and with the Radiating Rays Stencil I applied a layer of Versamark ink and added Clear Embossing Powder over the top..

I added my frame and panel along with my super hero and on a piece of Electric Red card stock that I die cut with the speech bubble I added a sentiment that I embossed with White Embossing Powder..

Once again I hope you find inspiration today and that your lists are starting to form..

Have a great day!





  • Teressa Corson

    I’m going through the MFT designers’ cards and so far yours is my favorite of the You’re Super set. I LOVE this set and your card is so stunning! I love how you used the rays of black with embossing powder. What a great idea. The way you used the inner frame with stitching makes the little superhero stand out more also. Wonderful! I can’t wait to get this set of stamps and dies.ReplyCancel

  • Dee Ann Matthews

    Your wonderful sky shows off the beautiful supergirl!ReplyCancel

  • JAS424

    I love how you made supergirl look like she’s in silver/red/yellow! The sky is lovely as well.ReplyCancel

  • I absolutely love your night scene SUPER GIRL!ReplyCancel

  • This is so adorable! I love the way you created your scene.ReplyCancel

  • Kleri

    Amazing card!Love the coloring! :)ReplyCancel

  • Marjorie DUMONTIER

    This is a great lovely card !ReplyCancel

Hi there

WOW!! We are now into December, that year has flown by and I still cannot believe that Christmas is just on our door step..

Being December that means today at MFT we start a new release countdown..

I am working today with the new set called Town Bear, pairing up with the Open Road dies..

I took all the images that I wanted to use to create my scene and stamped and coloured all my images with Copics, die cutting these out and setting aside..

I then die cut a piece of Black Licorice card stock with the Open Roads die and set that aside also..

Trimming down a piece of white card stock, I then added a blended back ground of Lemon Drop to add a skyline..

I placed my road with stamped images onto the blended panel and finished off my little scene by stamping a sentiment..

I let the images really speak for themselves on this card as that was all that was needed..

Be sure to swing past the blog to check out the rest of the teams amazing creations..

I look forward to seeing you all back here tomorrow with day 4..

Have a fabulous day!





  • Marge Y

    JOY, I really love your copic colorin in this card. So rich and beautiful!
    Can’t wait to see other new release♡ReplyCancel

  • So sweet and cute!ReplyCancel

  • Constance Hildebrand

    Love this Town Bear set!!! My granddaughter will love this! Thanks for the cute card to copy.ReplyCancel

  • Dee Ann Matthews

    Love the red additions in the trees, house, and bear! It coordinates the card beautifuly!ReplyCancel

  • Super CUTE card!ReplyCancel

  • This is ADORABLE!! Love!ReplyCancel

  • Marjorie DUMONTIER

    This is such a cute card !ReplyCancel

  • What a sweet little town! You did such a great job coloring the images.ReplyCancel

  • Marilyn Patrick

    Love your choice of colors!ReplyCancel

  • JAS424

    I like how you went with more regal, darker colors for the late Fall. Very, very nice job.ReplyCancel

  • Kleri

    I love that you have used very unusual color tones!Looks awesome!ReplyCancel


Wanted to pop in here today on this very hot day here at the cottage and share a creation using Pretty Pink Posh products..

We all know that creating Sympathy cards are those cards that we tend to put on the back burner to create as we all dislike loosing loved ones in our lives, so creating these types of cards don’t come quite as easy as say making a birthday card..

But I wanted to share a card that using simple elements you can make a really quick card just using a few products and letting them shine..

I took the Easter Blessings stamp set, which most people relate to Easter but for me, I saw the flowers in the pot as an elegant feature to a card, so I stamped it out, embossed with white embossing powder and and coloured with my zig clean color real brush markers..I die cut the image out and set aside..

I took some stitched rectangle frame dies from Lawn Fawn and placed 2 together onto the card stock, running it through my die cutting machine with the embossing mat allowing the dies to impress but not cut all the way through the card stock..

I added my little flower image and stamped out a sentiment from the Thoughtful Greetings stamp set and the card was complete..

I hope you find some inspiration and that it helps you to make these hard types of cards..

Now before I leave and sign out for the day I wanted to share a little giveaway here on my blog, I have been wanting to do a larger one but that now sadly won’t happen until after Christmas and don’t worry I have not forgotten…but how about a little Pretty Pink Posh one..

I have a free stamp and die set called, Bee Friends, the one that you see below…


Comment for a chance at winning, 1 comment per person on this blog post, entries will close Tuesday 5th of December at 11pm Australian Eastern Standard Time and I will announce the winner after that date..

Have a great rest of the day and happy crafting to you all..





  • Dotty

    Lovely card, I really like the layout and soft colours. Great sympathy card. Thank you for the chance to win some PPP goodies 😊. Kind Regards, DottyReplyCancel

  • Megan

    Such a nice card, you have picked such lovely colours. It is perfect, I really do like nice uncluttered cards for these occasions.ReplyCancel

  • Sue LD

    Very pretty sympathy card. I like the white embossing. Cute bee giveaway. We are beekeepers so I love all things bee related.ReplyCancel

  • Marilyn

    Your card is lovely. I love the simple clean look of your cards. I have admired your cards for the last few months since I started following your blog. Just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Dayle Schenk

    Love this card as well as all you do. Thanks for all the inspiration and for the opportunity to win such a great prize!ReplyCancel

  • Kellie

    A really simple yet stylish sympathy card which I believe anyone would appreciate receiving. I love the idea of embossing the frames instead of cutting them.ReplyCancel

  • Bette

    Love the softness your card presents. Would make a great sympathy card also.ReplyCancel

  • Danielle Dietz

    I love the simple, understated elegance of this card. I agree sympathy cards are very hard to make sometimes. Thank you for the opportunity to win PPP. The bee set is adorable.ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    I love the embossed rectangles!!ReplyCancel

  • So pretty! I love the embosssed frames–very elegant!ReplyCancel

  • Marjorie DUMONTIER

    That’s such a great delicate card ! You’re right, so hard to make…. margessw@icloud.comReplyCancel


It is that time of the week again and at MFT the new Sketch Challenge starts, current sketch number is now 360, we hope that you enjoy the sketches and inspiration from the team each week…for more information on how to enter just click HERE..

I chose to turn the sketch a little around this week, but following a lot of the design itself..

I took Razzle Berry, Lemon Drop, Tropical Teal, Grape Jelly and Black Soot Distress inks to create a space scene…

I trimmed 2 pieces down to represent the sketch and added this to a piece of Cement card stock that I die cut using the Stitched Mod Rectangle Stax..

I then took out the Space Explorer stamp set and stamped out the images that I wished to use, coloured them with Copics and die cut these out, adding them to the card front..

I then stamped and embossed with White Embossing powder onto Black Licorice card stock and sentiment from the same stamp set..

I look forward to seeing what you create this week..

Have a fun and crafting day!


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