Hello crafty friends! The Tweet Greetings Card Kit is now available while supplies last!
Head on over to the MFT Blog for more kit inspiration and details!
This kit is 30% OFF the regular price but if you don’t want the entire set, you can easily purchase whatever item(s) you want separately.
I have two projects to share with you today featuring items from the kit. For my first card, I made an A2 sized box card using the Outside the Box Level Up Die-namics along with the Outside the Box Grassy Hills Die-namics. I cut my hills from a sheet of Sno Cone Card Stock and blended some Sno Cone Premium Dye Ink on the tips for some added shade and interest. I layered this box with some Cotton Candy Card Stock and blended mix of Cotton Candy and Princess Pink MFT Premium Dye Inks for my background sky. I also used the new Heartfelt Fence Die-namics (sold separately from the kit) to add a cut little white picket fence to the front of my card. To create my birds, I used the new Birds of a Feather Die-namics that comes with the kit. I stamped my sentiment with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink using the Tweet Greetings Stamp Set (which also comes in the kit).
For my second card, I also used items from the Tweet Greetings Card Kit (Birds of a Feather Die-namics, Tweet Greetings Stamp Set, and Something Blue Card Stock) to create my fun little spring scene. I also die-cut a beautiful tree branch using the new Beautiful Branch Die-namics (which is currently FREE with all orders $60 or over).
For my background sky, I blended a mix of Something Blue and Lazy Day Premium Dye Inks and splattered it quickly with some diluted opaque white acrylic paint for some added texture. I diecut some grass from Sour Apple Card Stock (included in the kit) using the Grassy Fields Die-namics and blended the tips of the grass with some Sour Apple Premium Dye Ink for some extra depth and shading.
Here’s a look at all the projects that I made using this sweet and amazing kit!
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