August 31, 2013

MFTeasers | Day 5

Welcome to the fifth day of Teasers for My Favorite Things!  This week is full of inspiration for you AND we have some fun prizes for you too, so be sure to hop on over to the MFT Blog to see how you can win some MFT goodies!

All of these new products will be available for purchase on September 3rd @ 10 PM Eastern.

Tonight I have a quick and easy card to show you using LJD Textile Backgrounds, another fabulous background set that adds quick accents to your card.

I started with a sketch from Clean & Simple Stamping - FTL256 - and then stamped the argyle background in Berrylicious Ink on Smooth White Card Stock. For the sentiment, I cut out the Thank You Die-namics in Black Licorice Card Stock and then added a few rhinestones around it.  I have to say, this is one of my all time favorite color combos.

Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog for a complete list of designers playing along in today's Teaser AND find out how you can win some MFT goodies!

Here are the MFT products I used today - all of the new products will be available for purchase on September 3rd at 10 PM Eastern.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

recipe - 
stamps: ljd textile backgrounds (mft)
paper: smooth white (mft), berrylicious (mft), electric red (mft), black licorice (mft)
ink: berrylicious (mft)
accessories: thank you die-namics (mft), clear rhinestones (kaisercraft), foam tape


  1. Love the card! The background stamp is great especially for a masculine card!

  2. Beautifully CAS! Love this color combo :)

  3. Great colors on this pretty CAS card!

  4. Absolutely fantastic cas creation.

  5. Love this Karen!! Simple yet so striking!!

  6. Great card, I love the pop of red!

  7. Oh, I love argyle! Your card is gorgeous!

  8. You ladies are making me want to buy the entire release. 😄

  9. Love this card. I can think of so many color combos to use both feminine and masculine. Thanks for the great layout idea.

  10. Love the argyle stamp and the thank you die!

  11. Great card ! I love your color combo !