Saturday, November 8, 2008

MFT's New November sets.....you're gonna love 'em!!

MFT has some gorgeous sets again this month (is there ever a month when they aren't gorgeous?!?! I think not!!). Check out November's new releases at www.mftstamps.com . You won't be sorry!!

The black, red & green creation is totally inspired by these two gorgeous creations by Jen del Muro, which can be seen on her blog here: http://iheart2stamp.com/2008/04/11/abc-fridayi-love-this-project/, and here:http://iheart2stamp.com/2008/06/04/did-you-see-and-more-to-see/ . (Sorry, I don't know how to add the links so they look neat & tidy.....any computer gurus out there that can teach me how to do that???)
I kind of did this backwards---and created it before I found a frame to put it in. The frame will be black or white, and I'll probably give it as a gift when I get it finished.


The second creation uses a new Annie LaPoint set from MFT, called 'Scented Geranium'. Love this image! If you click on the photo, it may be easier to see, but I cut out the individual flowers (even the teeny-tiny ones!) and layered them on dimensionals for a little more depth in the main image. This DP is called 'Indian Summer' by Sassafrass Lass. I just love the colors and designs in this line!

This is another version of the black, green & red creation in the top photo in this post, just using a different color combo. I didn't have any ribbon that matched the 'periwinkle' kind of color, so I used my Copic markers to dye several styles of white ribbon and it turned out great! I love knowing that I can now make ribbon in almost any color I need.


This sparkly cupcake creation uses 'It's a Cupcake Kind of Day', another new set from MFT. These cupcakes are nice and big---perfect for paper-piecing! This green & chocolate My Mind's Eye DP reminds me of mint and chocolate-chips. The cupcake frosting is Cinnamon stickles. Hmmmm....mint, chocolate, and cinnamon....all of this is making me hungry!! The top is an SU button I've been hoarding forever, and am finally making myself use.
I hope you've enjoyed the MFT goodies I've showed you today. I've got one or two more creations to share, but I've got to add some finishing touches first. I'll be back a bit later to share them with you.
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!!!

9 comments:

Jessie/knightrone said...

Super cute Pam!! It is easy to do the links...I can email you if you like!!

Peggy Maier said...

SO pretty - I love them all - especially with your beautiful blossom! I don't know why mine don't turn out like yours - oh well, guess my talent lies in another direction. LOL!

amsamu@online.no said...

Hello!
You make lovely cards and i like how you use the ribbons and all the colours you use.

Greetings from Norway

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

WOW!! Every single one is just STUNNING!! Love the four tubs...love that gorgeous plant, and I love that fabulous cupcake!! You are such an amazing crafter, my jaw is still hanging open!!

Michelle said...

So cute ~~ nice to see you posting again. Question for you ~ I love using lots of brads like you do but never know what to do with the legs. Sometimes I chop them off & just stick the brad on with a glue dot, otherwise I have to make sure the brad is far enough from the edge that they don't show. Yours always seem so close ~~ what do you do??

fairymadjo said...

wow your cards are sooo amazing, huggs jo

Debbie said...

Amazing cards. Love the tip about colouring the ribbon. I'm going to try that one. Thanks

Love Debbie xx

Kim said...

Wowsers Pam! You've outdone yourself again!!!

durandconnie said...

I adore your Ribbon Blossom cards! Texture and FUN are great attributes. I love fiber and ribbon and lace. I'm always looking for ideas on how to add these elements to a card. I would also love to know where people get some of their fun fibers/ribbons/lace. I'm new so I case a lot...LOL. So an artist like you becomes an inspiration to me.-Con.