September 5, 2011

MFT Pure Innocence Teaser!


Yippee, it's Pure Innocence day! I have a card AND a video for you today! I've used the adorable Feeling Froggy set and a die-namic that is sure to become a hot fave, the Woodgrain Fence!


*squeal* isn't that fence awesome?! I coloured the PI with Copics and fussy cut her before creating my little scene. The fab papers are another new MME pack, A Beautiful Life.


I added some easy inked detail to the embossed pieces and made a quick video showing you how to get the same look.



Inside I've used the new Ticket Tab and my favourite Simply Scallops Medium. See you tomorrow for the new MFT pep rally!
Here are the details about the upcoming release on September 6 at 10 PM EST:
  • The MFT release is on September 6 at 10 PM EST. You can attend the release party from 8-10 PM EST here in the forum for fun, games, and prizes! All the new sets and dies will be available September 6 at 10 PM EST.
  • The guest designer contest is ON! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $100 in stamp sets and play along with the DT for a month.
  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to Kim's blog NOW!
  • We're offering you the chance at Teaser Time prizes every day during our new release preparations!  Each day, two prize vouchers are held by members of our Design Team.  Starting this month, you'll have all week to comment on each of the posts - all the winners will be posted on Tuesday, September 6th around 7:30pm.  Be sure to check the MFT Blog to see if perhaps YOU were one of our lucky FOURTEEN winners! Remember to leave a method of contact in your comments, because if you're selected as a prize winner, but we can't reach you, then we can't get you your prize!
Here are the Die-namics I've used today:


 Thanks for stopping by!
 
Stamps: Pure Innocence - Feeling Froggy (MFT Stamps) Cardstock: Kraft, White, Chocolate Chip (SU) Paper: A Beautiful Life (MME) Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento) Antique Linen, Peeling Paint, Pumice Stone Distress Inks (Ranger) Dies: Ticket Tab, Hearts a Plenty, Sheltering Tree, Simply Scallops Medium, Woodgrain Fence, Say What Die-namics (MFT Stamps) Other: Copic Markers

46 comments:

  1. This is fabulous! Love the look of the fence, wonderful coloring!

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  2. Ummmmmm....I toad-ally love this card! Somehow I knew you'd be previewing this set!! I felt it shout your name:)

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  3. I love the card, and your tutorial is cool, I will look forward to getting this die and playing with it. TFS

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  4. Ooooooh I really, really, really NEED the tree and the fence! Nice tutorial too. :o)

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  5. OMG, she is so adorable!!!! Love this scene you created, thanks for the great tutorial. You're awesome.

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  6. What an adorable littel scene, all around! Great layers and colors!

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  7. What an adorable littel scene, all around! Great layers and colors!

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  8. Thanks for the tutorial! My first thought when I saw the fence was 'How did she do that?'. Awesome card, as always!

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  9. So sweet - love the scene you created and the fence is so creative!

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  10. Oh Sarah,
    What a sweet card and thanks for a great video!

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  11. Gorgeous, that fence looks amazing :)

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  12. Absolute cute card! I like the coloring and design. The embossed fence and tree look super with the PI image. I didn't know those dies cut and embossed so I was certainly glad to find that out in your video. They are on my wish list. TFS!

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  13. OMGoodness... she is absolutely adorable. Love the card and thanks for the tutorial!

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  14. Wonderful creation and what a great tutorial. TFS!

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  15. Sarah this is THE CUTEST EVER!! I simply LOVE that wood grain fence and your video is so fabulous!! Such a brilliant idea! Thanks so much for taking the time to create such a fun tutorial!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  16. Sarah...your tutorials are always amazing. TFS!

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  17. Sarah, thanks for the video- it was well-done & helpful. Your card is adorable! I've been "on the fence" ...pun totally intended... about this PI, & now you've convinced me that I need it! Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent!

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  18. Omgosh! This is the cutest card - I love this PI and all your elements work sooo well together!

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  19. So adorable! Love all of the layers! :)

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  20. I love all the layers. It's toadally awesome!!

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  21. Thank you for the tutorial. Love this fence, I am frog lover and love this stamp set. Great job with all the little details.

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  22. ACK! This is awesome! LOVE this one Sarah! Love the scene you've created here with all those dies!

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  23. Oh Sarah! I squealed a little when I saw your card! It's stunning!

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  24. *GASP* Love this! This is the PI I like...thanks for the preview *giggle* Love the tutorial! I learned something new today :) You're A M A Z I N G!!

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  25. That is such an adorable card - the scene you created is such fun - like the idea of embossing the fence to give it texture!!

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  26. how cute is this sweet new PI & little froggy- LOVE LOVE this!! thanks for the great video too!!

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  27. This is adorable! I love that you added the tree and the fence-perfect touches. The colors are divine!

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  28. OMGosh....I LOOOVE this cute little card!! FANTASTIC job building a scene! That tree and fence are PERFECT additions to this cutie!

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  29. Fabulous creation - fabulous coloring, you ROCKED the fence!

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  30. OMG! sooo loving this new release, the frog by the fence is just to sweet.
    (tried to leave my email address-would not accept?!?)

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  31. What a colorful and detailed card. Thanks for the video showing us how to achieve the two-tone effect on the fence and the tree. I can't wait to play with my own dies.

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  32. This is too CUTE. I think I LOVE this stamp set so much. Also, thanks again for the tut.
    Tenny ~ santoso10ny{at}gmail{dot}com

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  33. What a great card! I just love the little toad!

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  34. OMG OMG woodgrain on the tree too? how fabulous - thanks for sharing!!

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  35. That woodgrain is fantastic! Thanks for the video. I have bookmarked this page to refer back to once I have my fence die in hand.
    kimsparks636@aol.com

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  36. My youngest just left for college. This will make adorable "miss you" cards for her!! I am SO in trouble with this release!

    ~ Anne K

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  37. you rock! this is fantastic, loved the video.

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  38. Heather (hlduclos@aol.com)September 7, 2011 at 5:02 AM

    I love the way you use layering to establish depth... my favorite detail has to be the way the little froggy peaks out from behind the little girls leg. TFS!
    <3Heather

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  39. Heather (hlduclos@aol.com)September 7, 2011 at 5:03 AM

    I love the way you use layering to establish depth... my favorite detail has to be the little froggy peaking out from behind the girl's leg! TFS!
    <3Heather

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  40. Adorable! Your coloring is fabulous and the fence looks amazing!

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  41. This is so CUTE!! LOVE the tree, love the colors, love the papers, LOVE everything!!

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