Darling Doodle Blossoms with Amy R.

Before we get to today’s post, it’s time to announce the randomly selected winners of our Fancy Flowers prizes. Thanks to all of you who took the time to leave a comment on the surprise release post. Two lucky people will win a $25 prize to use in the MFT Boutique! Prizes will be sent directly to the winners’ email accounts tomorrow.

Winner #1: Yar ortiz – December 14, 2016 @ 22:48

Winner #2: Hui Ching – December 15, 2016 @ 13:20

Congratulations to the winners!


Let’s welcome back a familiar face to our blog today — our guest, Amy Rysavy. You’ll love what she has in store for you today!

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I stamped the images from the Doodle Blossoms stamp set with Black Licorice Hybrid Ink onto a smooth white card stock that I had die cut with the second largest Wonky Stitched Rectangles STAX Die-namics. I then used Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and a water brush to color in the images and coated the flowers with some sparkle.

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The word Kindness was die cut with the Kind & Kindness Die-namics from Coral Crush card stock and stacked three times for more dimension. Before I adhered it to the card, I stamped the I See and in You from the Kind Words stamp set onto the flower panel with Black Licorice Hybrid Ink.

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I used a piece of neutral grey striped paper from the On-Point Patterns 6×6 paper pack (which inspired my color choices for this card!) and die cut it with the largest die from Blueprints 2. After adhering the floral panel to the patterned paper with foam tape, I adhered my card front to a card base made with Summer Splash card stock.

I added some embellishment with Tonic’s Nuvo Jewel Drops in Strawberry Coulis (a VERY close match to Coral Crush card stock IMO!), Key Lime, and Sea Breeze.

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I finished off the inside of the card with another stamped sentiment from the Kind Words stamp set and stamped a little heart cluster from the Doodle Blossoms set above and below the sentiment with Summer Splash ink, and that was it!


Make sure to tag #mftstamps when you share on social media so we can see what you’re creating – maybe you’ll be spotted!

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