Saturday, May 10, 2014

MFT Release Countdown Day 3 - Gerbera Frame

Welcome to Day 3 of the May Release Countdown with My Favorite Things! I'm crushing on the Gerbera Daisy Die-namics today combined with Rectangle Frames Die-namics - two of today's featured products.  Be sure to check out the full reveals of all of today's featured products on the MFT Blog.

Wanting my Gerbera Daisy to really pop, I combined my Razzle Berry bloom with neutral shades - Primitive White and Grout Gray. After die-cutting my Rectangle Frame, I stamped the outer frame piece with Linen Background and the inside rectangle piece with Striped Background in Grout Gray ink.

The sentiment is from Sea Life, and the sequins were cut from Grout Gray cardstock using the cool new Sequins Die-namics. How cool is that, you can make your own sequins?! For added shimmer, I spritzed my Grout Gray cardstock with Sheer Shimmer Mist before die-cutting them.

More Razzle Berry, Grout Gray and a sentiment from Watt's Up on the inside for a simple finish.

Thank you for stopping by today and previous days of the Release Countdown as well. I hope you're enjoying all the excitement of this release and have been checking in on the rest of Team MFT because they have got some serious eye candy going on! And, don't forget that you can win some extra 'ching' for your wishlist by leaving a little love along the way.

-Amy

Links to Release Countdown products will be available Tuesday, May 13th at 10pm EST.

14 comments:

Tammy H said...

Love the grey tones. So pleasing to the eye.

Kathy Krug said...

I love the frame die and how you misted the background.

loulou said...

Stunning card. I love how that gorgeous pink just pops off the neutral background.

Debbie Nelson said...

Great card...love the frame die!

icardeveryone01 said...

I've love that Gerbera Daisy die so much, Amy, and love how you used it in that gorgeous pink!

Judith said...

Your card is absolutely amazing!!!

Mary Gillmarten said...

Amy, the card is great because I can see the gray grout color so well -- how did you do the black flicks of ink? Toothbrush? Paintbrush?

Wendy said...

This is awesome Amy!

Kelli B. said...

Really great card using the frame dies! It would be easy to make a shaker card with this die. Thanks for sharing!

Marcia Taylor said...

So very lovely!

Amy Rohl said...

Mary, I used a paintbrush to splatter watered down black licorice ink, tapping it against a pencil.

Parker said...

All the textures and all the eye-catching designs made for a sure-fire hit of a card.

Janelle said...

Very sophisticated. Love the whole look of it.

Amante del Papel said...

lovely card, with incredible colors!

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