Saturday, November 9, 2013

Coundown to November Release




That big "3" means there are 3 days to the November release at MFT! You can find out all the details on the MFT blog! Here is what I have to show you today :)
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I love shaped cards...so I used one of the dies from the new Blueprints 9 Die-namics to make a tag card. All you do is start with your basic card base and then lay the Die-namics on top but off center it a little so that there is not a cut down the fold line.

I jazzed up my tag card with some of the Sophisticated Snowflakes stamped in whipped cream ink. The sentiment comes from the new set "Get Well Wishes".

Finished up with a felt "Let it Snowflake" Die-namics and those yummy NEW Chocolate Brown buttons!

You will love this new Chocolate Brown color....just a little lighter than the current Hot Fudge. I can never get enough chocolate, not even in cardstock! lol!

To the left is the inside of the card....just some simple stamping and I just love the shape! This will be a good card to pass onto someone under the weather this season....nice to have those handy :)


Here are the supplies available in just 3 days!

13 comments:

Inge Groot said...

Gorgeous tag card Sherrie, love how you've stamped the snowflake background!

Debbie Nelson said...

Beautiful...love it!

TaraG said...

LOVE this tag card, Sherrie!
Hugs,t

Tracey said...

This is just fabulous Sherrie!!

Colleen said...

What a beautiful card, I just love how you stamped the sentiment in two colors and the white on brown is stunning.

Wendy said...

Love the tag card idea!

wendy said...

fabulous Sherrie!

Shari Czerwinski said...

What a great tag!

Janelle said...

DELICIOUS card...So pretty!

Sandra said...

very nice - I agree, I think I will love the new colored paper .... already love the name!
Sandra ltb

butterfly843 said...

This card is fabulous!

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

Love your chocolate and creme card. Non-traditional and perfect.

Tammy H said...

Love the color scheme of this card. Trying to figure out how you did the tiny little sno cone snowflake at the top with the ribbon. Nice touch.