Wednesday, March 5, 2008

MFTeaser: Punch a Bunch

This one-layer card may look like it took just 10 minutes, but let me tell you, it did not. I love the springiness of it, though, and had fun playing with all of the embellies and bling, so I'm pretty happy with the results. :)

This is a MFT set that will be released on tonight, called Punch a Bunch. It comes with the scallop oval, several bunches of different flowers, two sets of stems, a smaller doodled oval, and 4 sentiments that can be bent to fit inside the ovals. My favorite stamp in the set, though, definitely has to be the scallop oval you see here. It could be used with SO many other images and sets! AND the most important thing about that scallop oval, is that it was made to fit perfectly in the Marvy Giga Scallop Oval punch!!! I LOVE that!!!

I also tried out my new SU! rub-ons, Love & Happiness, and the matching SAB stamp set, Friendship Blooms. The sentiment in pink is a bit hard to read in this picture, but it says "Your friendship makes my heart happy."

Well, I hope that you like it, and that it gets you in the mood for spring! I ended up spraying on a layer of Glimmer Mist over the whole card, but that was after I took the pic! Adds a nice touch, though! :) Don't forget to hop on over to the MFT Release Cocktail Party, over in the SCS forums, tonight! You won't want to miss it - they're always a blast!

Till tomorrow...

xox, k

Fine Print: CS - PTI; Ink - Versamagic Dew Drops, Pixie Pink; May Arts ribbon; Stickles; Primas; Robin's Nest Dew Drops; SU! rub-ons; Stamps - Friendship Blooms; MFT - Punch a Bunch

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful girlfriend!! Love every detail as always..your BBFF

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  2. Very pretty, delicate and sweet, Kirsten! I love the flowers, swirls and scallops--a perfect combination!

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  3. gorgeous!
    i began life as a scrapper and was so glad to find SCS when i first began stamping, and i guess that lead me to your fabulous blog. thank you

    BTW, you've been tagged!

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  4. I know how long those little things take to glue down on a card. I made one for my sil for her 40th b-day that had layered flowers all over. It took me HOURS! Cute card, and neat idea.
    TM

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  5. Laura (scrapnextras)March 5, 2008 at 10:33 PM

    Very cute! Love the flowers with the rub on! I also love simple white based cards, even when they're not so "simple"!

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