There’s Still Time to Save 50% PLUS a Stunning Birthday Look from Kelly Lunceford


Our retirement sale has been a HUGE many of you have taken advantage on incredible discounts on some MFT favorites. There are still a number of great deals to be had though — especially if you want to complete a set by picking up the coordinate Die-namics for a stamp set you already own, or if you want to stock up on retiring shaker pouches for Die-namics already in your stash!

All of these items will be retired as stock is depleted so grab them now if they're on your wish list. You'll find everything in our Sale category — no coupon code required, but act fast because this sale is only valid while supplies last.

Today, the very talented Kelly is with us sharing a lush bouquet that pairs vibrant color with a dramatic tone-on-tone black backdrop.

Hello! My name is Kelly Lunceford and I'm so excited to be here today sharing a floral birthday card using the amazing new Fantasy Florals stamp set! This is such a fun image to color, and it works perfectly for so many different occasions! I was in need of a birthday card, so that is how I used it today.

Handmade card from Kelly Lunceford featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

To begin, I stamped the large image using Extreme Black Hybrid Ink. Once that was done, I put on some music and got to work coloring it using an assortment of alcohol markers. I used the coordinating Die-namics to die cut the bouquet and set it aside while I got to work on the other design elements that I used on today's card.

I used the "celebrate" word die that is included in the Celebrate With Cake Die-namics, and die cut it twice from black card stock. I trimmed off the edges that are meant to be used a cake topper with some sharp, fine-tip scissors for precision. I glued them together using a 2-way glue pen and adhered that to a piece of the same black card stock.

Handmade card from Kelly Lunceford featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

I love the tone-on-tone effect it gives this design; it adds a hint of detail without being distracting! I was able to place the floral bouquet onto the panel at this time, using the die-cut word for placement. I stamped a birthday sentiment from the Bitty Birthday Wishes stamp set onto a strip of white card stock using the same black ink that I used on the floral image.

I added the sentiment over the bouquet, making sure to center it, using foam squares for added dimension. I also added some Wink of Stella over the top of the colored bouquet for some sparkle and shine. I also added a trio of sparkling clear sequins here and there for additional shine and detail!

Handmade card from Kelly Lunceford featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

While this card is simple in layout, I gave it a little bit more depth by layering a 4" by 5 1/4" piece of white card stock directly to the top folding A2 card base using a tape runner adhesive. The entire black panel is adhered to the card using foam squares for dimension.

This is one of those designs that I wished I'd made more than one! It would be so easy to mass produce, and then switch up the sentiments depending on your needs. I've had so much fun sharing with you today — thanks for stopping by and have a beautiful day!

Simply stunning. We LOVE Kelly's idea for mass producing the base of this look and then adding a simple sentiment strip depending on the occasion...we might just try that this weekend ourselves! If you're working on some MFT masterpieces this weekend, tag us with #mftstamps so we can see what you're up to.


Bitty Birthday Wishes
Fantasy Florals
Fantasy Florals
Celebrate with Cake Die-namics
Black Licorice
Prestige Card Stock
Extreme Black
Hybrid Ink Pad
Sparkling Clear Mix


Wow ! Fabulous cards and colors ! So wonderful !
Thanks for sharing !

MBFairySky November 16, 2019

Beautiful card! Love the black celebrate and the flower stamp is great. Thanks for sharing.

Susan B November 15, 2019

Beautiful card! Beautiful coloring! I love the black on black ‘celebrate’.

Robin Ridpath November 15, 2019

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