Wednesday, January 9, 2008

I Told You to Think Green!

This is my very first EVER St. Patrick's Day card, so it's only fitting to post it in the second week of January, right! LOL Actually, this is my sneak peek of one of the other MFT sets, Happy Occasions. I found this flocking kit (from Around the Block) in one of my product boxes from Cards, and noticed that it has a hunter green colored flock. Well, what better to play with that on than a four leaf clover, right!?! So, here it is, my flocked clover.

I'm actually pretty happy with my monochromatic card. It is also one of Cindy Haffner's sketches, over in the MFT Member Company Forum on SCS. I think it's MFTSC11. The dotted background comes from MFT's Behind the Scenes set.

I LOVE the little frame featured in this set. I believe it fits the Marvy Jumbo Scallop Square punch (I'll have to double check that), but I used it with my Giga punch, and I like the white space it provides. Also, the negative space inside the frame fits the SU! 1 3/8 square punch perfectly. I also used the 1 1/4 punch for the inner Hunter layer to create a nice mat. The button is from Creative Cafe.

Well, make sure that you head on over to the My Favorite Things Member Company Forum tonight! MFT will be hosting a New Release Cocktail Party tonight from 9-11 pm EASTERN time. There will be sneak peeks, lots of fun and a chance to become MFT’s next Guest Designer. You won't want to miss out on all of the fun!!! Last month was both wild and hilarious! See you there!



  1. Kirsten, what a great monochromatic card! I love it. You're giving me some inspiration to pull out my St. Patty Day stamps. I also can't wait for the release party tonight!!! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  3. Sorry about the deleted comment I had some serious misspelling going on. I meant to say that I LOVE this card. I will also have to try a St. Paddy's day card. your bbff Ana

  4. Well, since I love green this is right up my alley. It's fabulous! Great layout, too!


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