I really do love the Die-namics and stamp duos for quicker card making. Today I've got samples to share with BOTH of the new sets....
Before I get to that though, don't forget that I'm running Blog Candy HERE
Up first is the Baby Onesie stamp and Die-namics. It's part of the family with the Girly Graphic Tee and the Masculine Graphic tee, only cute, and tiny. The die features lines that both cut and emboss for details at the sleeves, collar and the little diaper snaps... so sweet.
The stamp set that coordinates is *huge* with tons of creative possibilities. Inspired by this sweet new patterned paper, I inked up "Little Princess." The sweet crown would have easily fit on the tiny tee too, but I loved putting it off to the side nestled inside a pair of Circle STAX. A tiny cluster of Fishtail Flags STAX peek out from the bottom of the main panel.
If you haven't noticed, MFT also carries card stock and ribbon now. I am in love, love, love with the new ribbon. This one is Whipped Cream. (FYI, this cute layout is courtesy of a previous Karen Giron Sweet Sunday Sketch. It's a really versatile one, just go ahead and tuck it onto your Pinboards for future reference.)
I'm using my a*Muse studio inks for the stamping on here, I love the variety of colors, and the excellent coverage.
Here's a peek at the stamp set and Die-namics. Really sweet right?
I also have a sample of the new Airplane Greetings Die-namics and Stamp Set, as well as the Jumbo Cloud STAX.
I pretty much love making little scenes with cards, and I've hand cut a rolling hill from MFT's Sour Apple Felt and stitched it in place. The Puff Cloud White Felt was used for the Jumbo Cloud STAX. If you haven't checked out the MFT Felt yet, I highly recommend it. The Die-namics cut it like butter! And there's a huge assortment of colors....
Don't you think this set would make fun cards for boys? Or prettied up, would be a fun stamp set for a cheerful hello for a friend? I also envision this set as fabulous for new baby cards. While there is an element on the stamp set you can use to stamp the rope for the banner, I just attached mine with a bit of twine. I cut the propeller from grey card stock and attached with a small brad.
Remember to stop by the MFT Blog today for a full list of designers with samples to share!