Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Cheers...December New Product Launch



Hello!!! Welcome to the December Product Launch for My Favorite Things. All the new products are available right now, right HERE. Be sure to check the MFT blog after visiting with me for links to all the designers posting tonight. And there are prizes available tonight!

Visit each of the MFT Designers' December Product Launch posts linked on the MFT Blog and leave a comment by the end of the day on Thursday, December 12 for your chance to WIN one of 20, $10 Gift Vouchers (that's $200 in prizes - NICE!). The winners will be chosen at random and the prizes will be sent out on December 13. One prize will be given away from each of the designers' blogs, as well as one from the MFT Blog. Ready? Set. Comment!

Tonight I have a few cards to share using the new Layered Champagne Glass Die-namics.  Here is the first one.



I stamped the background using Mona Pendleton Designs Damask Designs in Black Licorice ink on Smooth White card stock.  I cut the panel out using the Blueprints 10 Die-namics.  The Champagne glasses were cut from silver glitter paper and layered over a Smooth White panel, also cut using the Blueprints 10.  I wrapped a piece of Black Licorice grosgrain ribbon around and mounted the "congrats" die cut from Celebratory Greetings on micro foam dots.  Here's a look from a different angle.


Here are the MFT products I used on this card.

Here is my next card.



For this card I cut the glasses and "champagne" from Smooth White card stock.  I sponged the new Insulation Pink ink on the champagne for a subtle look.  I created the background paper by sponging Insulation Pink ink through the Graduated Dots stencil.  I used the stencil at an angle.  A Black Licorice Stitched Circle STAX die cut was popped up on foam boosters.  I glued the glasses to the circle and the stems were secured with foam dots.  The vellum banner was created using the Fishtail Flags Layers STAX.  "Cheers" was cut from Black Licorice card stock using the Celebratory Greetings Die-namics.


Here is a look at the inside.


I used the stencil at the top and stamped a sentiment from this month's free stamp set with a $60 purchase - Celebrate Big.  Here are the MFT products I used on this card.





I saved my favorite card for last :)



For this card I used the negative space of the Champagne Glass as my focal point.  I cut the glass from both a Smooth White card base and a 4-1/4"x 5-1/2" Smooth White panel.  I cut the glass from a 4-1/4"x5-1/2" piece of printer paper first to use as my template when cutting the card stock.  I sandwiched a piece of a clear acrylic card from my stash between the base and front panel.  Here's another look.



I used Insulation Pink ink and the Concentric Circles stencil to create the perfect back drop!  The champagne die cut was sponged with Insulation Pink ink and glued to the "glass".  The sentiment is from Celebrate Big.


Here is the inside with more Concentric Circles and a second sentiment from Celebrate Big.


Here are the MFT products I used on this card.






Thank you so much for stopping by! Now be sure to visit the MFT Blog to get linked up with all the other fabulous MFT designers and get those comments in for your chance to win! And most importantly - Happy Shopping!! Have a great night!


Sparkly Congrats card - 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
Stamps:  MPD Damask Designs (MFT)
Papers:  Smooth White (MFT)
Inks:  Black Licorice (MFT)
Accessories:  Layered Champagne Glass Die-namics, Blueprints 10 Die-namics, Celebratory Greetings Die-namics, Black grosgrain ribbon (MFT), glitter paper (CTMH), micro foam dots


Pink Cheers card - 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
Stamps:  Celebrate Big (MFT)
Papers:  Smooth White, Black Licorice (MFT)
Inks:  Insulation Pink, Black Licorice (MFT)
Accessories:  Layered Champagne Glass Die-namics, Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics, Celebratory Greetings Die-namics, Fishtail Flags STAX Layers Die-namics, Graduated Dots stencil (MFT), micro foam dots

Cheers to You card - 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
Stamps:  Celebrate Big (MFT)
Papers:  Smooth White (MFT)
Inks:  Insulation Pink, Black Licorice (MFT)
Accessories:  Layered Champagne Glass Die-namics, Concentric Circles stencil (MFT), acrylic card (CTMH)

24 comments:

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

fantastic cards!

Lizzie T a/k/a Wifelady said...

Gorgeous cards!

zehra said...

Wonderful cards

Angel said...

ah, love that last one, too! They're all wonderful!

Heidi Orndorff said...

wonderful card designs - thank you!

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

Great idea to sponge the stencil on the inside of the card! What a fun accent!

Michelle-a-bella said...

Wonderful cards! Looking at them makes me want a glass of bubbly, LOL!

Susie Moore said...

Such clever cards! Love them all!!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

These are so fabulous

Alina said...

they are gorgeous, Debbie, thanks for the inspiration!

Tracey said...

Such beautiful cards Debbie!!

Peggy said...

Fabulous cards! I am loving the glasses and your use of stencils for the background.

De hobby droom said...

Thanks Debbie for showing all this amazing cards :)

the primitive country bug said...

Very festive cards! Lets get ready to ring in the new year!

Sandy said...

Cheers to you for making such elegant cards!!

polycrafty said...

I love your damask stamp background and the concentric circle stencil background!

Divine said...

Love the cards. I think I need to get that champagne die now, hehe

Kimmy said...

Fab cards! I have to get that champagne die!

Lisa Page said...

Such pretty cards! Really like the new insulation pink colour. Love the pairing of the polka dots and damask.

Judith said...

Oh, great ways of using the champagne glass Die-namic. The third one is my favorite. So clever!

Sherilin said...

What fun cards. Great for a formal celebration or invitation. :)

Christy Beans said...

I have a sudden urge to put on a party hat and throw some streamers about. Fab sparkle! =)

Diane Bolton said...

bold designs nice.

D- said...

LOVE your wonderful cards. TFS.
Crafty hugs,
D~
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