Hi there

Gosh we have finally made it to the final day of the November Release Countdown for MFT..

I hope you have your list ready and are ready to shop all these fabulous products..

I am sharing a card using the Freebie for the month called Tree-O…so sweet..

I chose to die cut a tag using the Tag Builders 5 and within that tag I stamped out one of the trees from the set, coloured with Copics, then using Yana Smakula’s tip I embossed gold over the top, hence using my Mini Misti to do all the lining up and re stamping, such a fabulous technique..

Next, I trimmed a small panel of Steel Grey card stock and on this card stock I blended Sweet Tooth Pigment ink through the Card Sized Confetti Stencil and also stamped some snowflakes from the Serene Snowflakes..

I added my tag and some twine then stamped a sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes, die cutting using the Skinny Strips, adding this just below the tag..

I completed this card by adding some shine using some Nuvo Drops onto the tree..

Don’t forget to head to the blog to see all the amazing creations yet again, I will be back here again tomorrow so be sure to swing on past..

Have a wonderful day!


  • Heidi Rees

    Wonderful card! I like the tag and the image and the grey colored background!ReplyCancel

  • Patti

    What a cute card! I’m so excited to receive this months kits, and to order extras! Thank u for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Great Kit! Awesome card, I especially love the contrast or the gray background with the white & green of the main image!ReplyCancel

  • Tara Prince

    So pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Jo Anne Malicoat

    I cannot express on here how much I absolutely LOVE that card! I used your links to buy the supplies, I’m gonna copy that one for sure!ReplyCancel

  • Heidi Orndorff

    A very elegant card – I love it!ReplyCancel

  • eri

    Sooo beautiful! I just found your blog through your work for MFT. I’m inspired!!

    Do you have to heat set the white pigment ink, or will it dry at room temperature over time? I love the chalky look!



Gosh this November Release Countdown for MFT is zooming past and I cannot believe we are now at day 2 of the countdown..

More installed today over at the blog so be sure to swing on past to check all the goodness out..

My card today was of course paper piecing of the latest Pure Innocence girl called, Sassy Skater, isn’t she just the sweetest..

So as I said I paper pieced her, but this time just her jacket to which I used pattern paper from the Plaid Patterns Merry and Bright, the rest of her I coloured with Copics and die cut out..

I then took a panel of Kraft card stock to this I stamped with White Tooth Pigment Ink over the top portion using the Serene Snowflakes..

I die cut some snow banks out of white card stock using the Snowy Hillside dies, adding this to the base of the Kraft card stock panel..

On the bottom of the snow banks I stamped a sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes using Sour Apple ink..

Finally, I added my skater girl and the card was complete..

I hope you are liking all the new product that you have seen and I just want to say a huge thank you to you all for your constant and beautiful comments..

I will be back again tomorrow..




I hope you are enjoying the amazing November Release Countdown from MFT, we are now halfway through and we have even more fantastic products and creations to share with you all, so be sure to head to the blog to view all of what is coming your way..

So I sharing one of the latest from the Birdie Brown collection and this time I took the stamp from the Doctor’s Orders and coloured with Copics, die cutting and setting aside..

On a strip of Black Licorice card stock I took one of the sentiments from the same set and embossed with White Embossing Powder, trimming to a flag ending..

I then moved over to the die cutting station and took a piece of Electric Red card stock and a Stitched Heart Stax, die cutting one of those and then die cutting another heart but this time from the Band-Aids die, I also die cut a piece of white card stock and a piece of Kraft card stock out of the same die set and adhered all the pieces together and then adhered onto the heart..

I added all my elements to a white panel and then onto a Grout Gray card base..

I will be back tomorrow with yet another creation and day 2 of the countdown, look forward to sharing more with you all..

Have a lovely day!


  • Heidi Rees

    Cute card! I love the bandaid! love this set! I work with some amazing female doctors!ReplyCancel

  • Anne Sturgeon

    Love that cute heart on the band aid… This set is too adorable!ReplyCancel

  • So cute! I love the addition of the band aid on the heart ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Nessy Owen

    I like this combination of supplies that were used on this creative card.ReplyCancel

  • Very cute card. Love the new products. The images are adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Your card is so cute, Joy! I love the heart and bandaid! Super design! Thanks so much for sharing!ReplyCancel

Hi there

So we head on into the MFT November Release Countdown and share some fun projects for day 4..

One of those projects is having fun with foiling machines and dies that are coming to MFT..

Now I apologise in advance, I really sucked LOL at trying to take a good photo so that you could see the amazing foil, so this photo is poo and I really wish you could all see it in real life..

So using the Impressive Thank You die, I heated up my foil machine, to which I own a Go Press Foil from Couture Creations machine and placed my die according to the instructions, lining up my card stock once the machine was heated enough and added a thin shim, I then ran it through my die cutting machine slowly back and forth and gave it about 10 seconds before taking the foil off the card stock, to reveal the most amazing impression and foiled look..

I then stamped and die cut some Serene Snowflakes, using the Blue Breeze ink as my preferred ink, I added these either side of the foiled thank you and added another sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes to which I die cut using the Skinny Strips..

It needed just a touch of bling so before adding it to my card front I added some Clear Sequins..

Head to the blog now to see amazing creations from the DT..

I will be back with day 3 tomorrow..



Hi there

Can you believe we are into November, Aaaah!! that means Christmas is just around the corner, I hope you are starting to make those Christmas cards, here is some inspiration to get you started if not..

It is the start of the Release Countdown again for MFT and I chose to use the sweet little Polar Penguins, stamping out all the images and colouring with polychromos..

I took some white card stock and die cut some snow banks using the Snowy Hillside, plus die cutting the trees from this set out of Jellybean Green card stock..

I then took a panel of white card stock and using the After Midnight ink, I blended from the bottom up to create an icy looking sky, adding white gel pen to add snowflakes..

I adhered my snow banks and my little images to create a scene and completed this card by stamping a sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes and die cutting using Skinny Strips..

Don’t forget to head to the blog to see loads more inspiration and sneak peek of products coming your way..

Have a fabulous day!




Gosh, middle of the week again and it means sketch challenge time at MFT, currently sitting at 461, this is such a fun sketch and I sure do hope you all will have time to pop along and check out how you can enter and the loads of inspiration, over HERE!

I kept pretty much to the sketch and using my favourite colouring technique at the moment by colouring images with Polychromos, so I stamped out the images from the Merry Christmoose and die cut out and set aside..

Still at the die cutting station, I took a white panel and the Circle Stax 1 die cutting 2 circles out of the white card stock, the inner parts I blended some Poppy ink to the base of each of the circles..

Adding foam tape to the white die cut panel, I placed onto a white card base and added the inked circles in..

I then added my images and completed this card by stamping a sentiment from the Bitty Holiday Wishes onto Black Licorice card stock, that I embossed with white embossing powder, then die cutting using the Skinny Strips and adding to the bottom circle..

Have fun playing along with this weeks sketch, looking forward to being back here with you all really soon..