One of my favorite things to use when creating my cards are the frame dies, and MFT really has so many amazing ones to use!
This really is one of my all time favorite cards I have made, the bright colors and detailed background were so fun to make!
To create this card I did use lots of MFT products:
- MFT stitched collage die-namics
- BB Gill Friends stamp set
- MFT Sunburst Stencil
- Tim Holtz DIstress Oxide Inks
- Copic Markers
To make my card, I first inked watercolor paper with oxide inks: peeled paint, bundled sage, evergreen bough, peacock feathers, and broken china with the stencil in the top right corner. Then I inked the lines to fade after removing the stencil. Next, I die cut the inked paper and thick white cardstock with the MFT stitched collage die. I layered the inked squares in the white frame and centered on my cardbase.
Next, I stamped all my images using Memento black ink, colored with lots of copic markers, and then fussy cut since I haven’t bought the dies yet (definately will invest in those for time saving!). I heat embossed the sentiment with white and then added the images, some of them with foam tape to give dimension.
Inside, I simply took the extra stitched rectangle from the white frame I had die cut earlier and inked with peacock feathers and broken china. I then heat embossed the sentiment with white and added one extra fish I had colored.
I have officially jumped on the underwater bandwagon and will be creating sooo many more cards with this stamp set!