Saturday, August 8, 2020

MFT

I completed a card for the MFT 500th sketch at the last minute, so posted on IG.  Thought you might like to see it.
I blended DIs & spritzed with water for the background.  MFT Sunny Skies die cut from yellow cardstock was covered in yellow Stickles.  The white embossed sentiment is from MFT Totally Happy.  I attached the sun & sentiment with repositionable tape, so I could move them.  Without the sketch I would have had the sun at the top of the panel.  Here's my revised card.
Always nice to have a card that can go to a guy or a gal.  I like to use enamel dots, rather than sequins or gems for masculine cards.  I also entered SSS Monday.

MFT Summer School was great this year.  All the themes were something anyone could do. 
I've already posted my cards for Day 1 & Day 2.  Here are the other 3.
Day 3, Symmetry.  Must admit, it's not my favorite card, but I was determined to use my old MFT Chevron Stripes dies & Color Challenge 146
The big chevron was cut from a scrap of pink dotted Doodlebug paper, the others from PTI Berry Sorbet & the blue panel was a scrap.  I used brown ink to stamp the stars & sentiment which are from MFT On the Line. 

Day 4, Ombre.  I made a very simple Christmas card with an old MFT unlabelled set.  I do like the traditional green, red & white color combo.  The tree image was white embossed on a scrap of Bristol paper.

Then I used a green Zig & a waterbrush to move the color so that it faded out from the tree shape.  Can't tell, but the star is covered in Stickles.  The card front was dry embossed with a dotted folder to tie in with the dots in the image.

Day 5, White Space.  Can't remember how long I've had MFT Roses in Bloom die, but it's been awhile.  When I saw the white space challenge, I thought it'd be perfect.  Must say, this is one of my favorite cards. 
Very simple, but I love the intricate modern look of the die cut.  I stacked the roses 2 high & watercolored with Tombow makers & a wet brush.  The bud & bloom were purposely attached with a little space between them & the stems.  Can't tell, but I used a shimmer pen on the bud & bloom.  The sentiment from MFT On the Line was stamped in Brilliance Starlite Black & I finished off with 3 clear sequins.  I'm also entering SSS Monday & SSS Wednesday (fav tool is mini MISTI for sentiments.)

Here are the previously posted cards for Day 1 & Day 2.  Hurrah--I graduated!



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17 comments:

  1. another fabulous set of cards, greta! loving the crisp, clean design on the third one!

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  2. You get an A+ passing grade on your summer school cards! And the ink blending on your first card is fabulous, so pretty!

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  3. Beautifully designed cards and stunning colours.

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  4. My you have been busy Greta, a super collection and really like the rainbow of inkiness on the first.

    B x

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  5. Fantastic cards Greta. You really have been busy. All these are so beautiful.

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  6. Good on you, for getting them all done and so VERY Beautifully Greta, love your sun in either design, fab background. Love the zigzags, another great design. The christmas card in traditional colours is just great and the simple CAS design is beautiful. Great work on them all Greta.
    Faith x

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  7. Fabulous cads, Greta! Congrats on getting them all done! Love the ink blending on your first cards! All beautiful cards using different techniques! Great job!!

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  8. Congratulations on your graduation and what great cards you made for the class. You covered so many areas and used different ideas and your cards reflect that. I especially love the card for day two. It is stunning with the soft rainbow and shine on it. Thank you.

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  9. Congratulations on your graduation through summer camp. I have yet to start...and my not make the deadline. Your cards are fabulous and definitely embody the lesson topic.

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  10. What fabulous colors and card designs Greta.

    Hugs Diane

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  11. Wonderful on completing your cards Greta....And congratulations on graduating. Fabulous blending on the first card x. Thank you so much for your kind and generous comments on my blog Greta...I tried to reply but you come up as a no reply blogger x.....Sending hugs x.

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  12. What a fun thing to do and your cards are fantastic!. I love the bright sunny card with the DOX inks. The chevron strip is lovely on the blue. Like you, I'm a fan of traditional colours for Christmas and your tree is gorgeous. The white space card is an absolute knockout! The die is fab and I love the sentiment you chose. Wonderful creating Greta.

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  13. Wow, Greta, you were such a good student and deserved to graduate! I love the vibrant ink blending on your card today and I love that each card uses a different technique. I think my favourite is the butterfly one but today's card is a close second!
    Stay safe,
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  14. Congrats on your graduation, Greta - hope you celebrated big time!! Just love your set of cards from the classses, especially the blended rainbow background with the sun for your focal point!!

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  15. Congrats on graduating!! These are all lovely but the first one is a beauty! Fabulous blending and so bright and happy!

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  16. awesome cards...love the rainbow ones. Congrats.
    x Karen

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