Hello!!! Shopping time has arrived!! All the new stamps and Die-namics you have been drooling over for the past week are now available in the Brand Spankin' New department on the MFT site! Before you start filling your cart the Design Team has more artwork to share with you! Welcome to the MFT New Product Tour!! Click over to the MFT blog to see the list of designers participating. Tonight I am showcasing Girly Graphic Tee Die-namics & Stamp Set, one of the latest in the fantastic line of stamp set & Die-namics duos!! I adore this set with a fantastic tee shirt Die-namics and so many FUN sentiments. I think it will get LOTS of use. Here is the card I have to share with you tonight.
I think the Simple Stories Fabulous paper is such a perfect match for Girly Graphic Tee!! For cardstock, I used Kraft and Whip Cream from the MFT boutique. I cut the tee from Whip Cream cardstock and baby pink (CTMH) cardstock. I stamped the sentiment on the Whip Cream tee and cut the sleeves, collar, and bottom hem from the pink tee. I used By the Letters Uppercase Die-namics to cut the U R from white corrugated cardboard. The "fabulous" panel was cut from one of the Simple Stories papers. The Whip Cream mat under the pink paper was edged using the new Mini Scallop Edge Die-namics. I went all out with the foam tape on this card!!
And here is the inside with a couple sentiments from Teacher's Pet stamped on the Vertical Greetings II label. I added a fun Squiggle Border accent and a Mini Scallop Edge. The "#1" is from the Girly Graphic Tee stamp set.
Here are the Die-namics I used for this card.
Stamps: Girly Graphic Tee, Teacher's Pet (MFT)
Papers: Fabulous (Simple Stories from April KI kit), Kraft, Whip Cream (MFT), Baby Pink (CTMH)
Inks: Memento rich cocoa (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Girly Graphic Tee Die-namics, Mini Scallop Edge Die-namics, By the Letters Uppercase Die-namics, Vertical Greetings II Die-namics, Squiggle Border Die-namics (MFT), ruler twill ribbon (March KI kit from TE), twine (The Ribbon Carousel), button (CTMH), white corrugated cardboard (The Funkie Junkie), sewing machine, foam tape