Hey peeps. I’m back today sharing more of the MFT January 2019 release. Today’s cards are all about die-namics. You can make stunning cards with just die cuts and a simple sentiment. These kinds of cards are super easy to mass product in a variety to colors and designs. Let’s get started.
For my first card I used the Straight From The Heart die-namics (FREE with $60 purchase from MFT) along with the Sweet Stack 6×6 paper pad. On Wednesday I shared a post using the Sweet Stack paper pad on red fun foam. I used the left over paper to die cut out this heart. (NEVER let pretty paper go in the trash. 😉) For my arrow I used Blue Breeze card stock. I inserted my arrow through my heart and loaded on some glossy accents to the heart and set it aside to dry.
I used the inside out stitched square die-namic long with one of the pretty sheets of paper from the Sweet Stack paper pad to get my center piece and die cut it again with Blue Breeze to get my border piece. I stamped the sentiment from the Cutieasaurus stamp set in Wild Cherry onto Blue Breeze paper. Love the cute sentiments in this set and backed it with Wild Cherry card stock.
To add some whimsy to this card I popped my heart up on an action wobble. This way when the recipient receives it, they can have a little bit of fun with their new card.
For my second card, I kept it very clean and simple. I let the large Hearts Entwined die-namic do all the work for me. I die cut out the entwined hearts in wild cherry card stock and red glitter paper. I stacked the pieces together to give me a thicker embellishment. I used the stitched rectangle stax 2 to die cut out a piece of smooth white card stock and splatted it gold paint. Next I stamped the sentiment from the Wonderful Woodlands Friends stamp set on black cardstock and heat embossed it in white embossing powder.
I adhered the hearts entwined die cut onto the splattered gold panel and popped the sentiment up with foam dots. I adhered this panel to a 4.25″ x 5.50″ smooth white card base and that completed my card.
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