Welcome MFT junkies. If you're looking for sneak peaks you're in the right place. Here's the newest Flopsey - "Truffles Flopsey". I think he may just be the cutest Flopsey yet. Next Wednesday, December 2, MFT will be releasing this stamp set (and several other killer sets - you're gonna want them all) so mark your calendar, the release party will start at 8:00 PM EST on the MFT forum on Splitcoast Stampers, you can get to the party by clicking here. If you go there now you can read some info about the party, about the fabulous prizes that will be given away, info about the sneak peeks and of course you can just chat with us MFT Junkies.
For today's sneak peek I decided to make a card but I hope you'll keep coming back here because I have another project made with this stamp for another day. I can't give it all up right away, I want you to come back and visit, again and again.
For this card I used a sketch from an MFT Sketch Challenge. There were 100 sketches posted by Cindy Haffner and Frances Byrne and you can find a master list of them by clicking here. If you're a follower of my blog you know that I plan to do something with all one hundred of them and furthermore I have thrown down the gauntlet and challenged Bonnie (another MFT junkie) to see which one of us would get them done first. We've been slacking but I'm back at it Bonnie, so you better get cracking.
This sketch is MFTSC34. Flopsey and the sentiment are stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with copics. The box of truffles was stamped a second time, colored, dusted with glitter, cut out and popped up on dimensionals. The image and the mat were cut with nestibilities. The edges of the papers were sponged with Ranger "Tattered Rose". Both sides of the dp "True Love" by Moxie was used. The edges of the light side of the dp and white cs were sponged with Ranger "Tattered Rose". The pink cs for the mat and red card stock base are from MFT, this card stock is nice and heavy. The white borders were punched with the Martha Stewart "Lacey Heart" border punch. The sentiment and its mat were punched with SU oval and scalloped oval punches. and the gingham ribbon is also from MFT.
I really like the way this card turned out, I hope you like it too.
If you like seeing the sneak peeks and want to see more stop over at Kim's blog on My Favorite Things. Everyday at 11AM EST she's posting a list of all the bloggers that are posting a card or project for the day's sneaks. You should go, you'll like what you see.
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