MFT Previews, Day 3 — Someone to Annoy

Moving on!  It’s Day 3 of May previews with My Favorite Things and today we’re sharing samples using Clearly Sentimental about Anniversaries and Clearly Sentimental about Art.  As much as I love art, I couldn’t pass up using this sentiment from the anniversary set.  After reading it, I didn’t even look at the rest.  *snort*  (I have since, and it’s a very nice set.)

I already made my husband’s anniversary card this year, but now I’m torn.  I might have to switch out with this one.    I’m not the mushy, romantic sort so he would expect something like this from me.  :)

For the sentiment, I used our new Rectangle STAX.  I love that with both sets (1 and 2), there is the perfect amount of matting when layering.  I used our new Large Royal Rose, rolling two die-cuts of the flower at once.  I also used Royal Leaves as well as our fab new Squiggle Border Die-namics.

On the inside, I used a second, more traditional, sentiment from the set.

Here are the details about the upcoming release:

  • You can attend the New Release Party on May 1st from 8-10 PM EST here in the MFT forum where you can enjoy fun, games and PRIZES!
  • The MFT release, including all new stamp sets and Die-namics, will take place May 1st at 10 p.m. EST. You’ll find all the newest products here at release time.
  • The guest designer contest is ON!  Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $200 in stamp sets and Die-namics and play along with the MFT Design Team for a month.
  • Teaser prizes continue so be sure to leave comments as you look! You can find direct links to all participating DT HERE.  Each day, two prize vouchers are held by two members of our design team.  You’ll have all week to comment on each of the posts and all winners will be posted on Kim’s blog on Tuesday, May 1st around 7:30pm.

I’ll be back tomorrow!   Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Clearly Sentimental about Anniversaries”   Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black    Paper:  Prism Mystic Medium, The Paper Cut Whip Cream, Pink Paislee Indigo Bleu (6×6)   Accessories:  My Favorite Things Large Royal Rose, Royal Leaves, Squiggle Border and Rectangle STAX Die-namics, brads.  Finished size  5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″.

37 responses to “MFT Previews, Day 3 — Someone to Annoy

  1. so beautiful, love the colors.

  2. Very pretty cards. I love all the blues and with that splash of yellow… gorgeous!

  3. ohhhhhhhhhh love what you did with the squiggle border

  4. That is so gorgeous, love the colours!

  5. Christine Dearinger

    Beautiful rose.

  6. Love the flower and the brads on that border. Fabulous card.

  7. HA! Great sentiment!! Gorgeous card Michele! Love the colours on this one! You always have such striking colour combos!

  8. Hi Michele – this is gorgeous – I have “Clearly Sentimental about Anniversarys” so thanks for the inspiration. I also found more dies for my wish list – love that squiggle border… ! Love how you just bring a card together girl – and this one is no exception. Hope you have a great weekend!!

  9. You always do such great design work. Love all of the elements, especially the rose and the border. Fabulous work.

  10. This is a beauty, love it. Love the colors and the squiggle with the pearls

  11. Gorgeous card! I really love the two toned flower. Great colors and papers.

  12. LOL I’m not the mushy type either and that sentiment is something I’d use too….hehe!
    LOVE the double rolled flower! Beautiful!

  13. That sentiment is such a riot. It looks so elegant and isn’t! : )

  14. Beautiful card of blue color. Really like how you put the brads on the border. ksh

  15. this gives me the giggles! love the shades of blues with that gorgey flower and fab border! :)

  16. GORGEOUS card…love the papers, stitching and flower..and what a fun sentiment!

  17. Just beautiful Michele!!

    Crafty Hugs!

  18. I love that sentiment, too! The brad placement is great! That squiggle die is so diverse! Great card!

  19. Fun and the colors on card are so great…
    Thanks for the inspiration

  20. That is so sweet. It is a lovely card, thanks.

  21. This is so inspriational just love it…
    Why you gotta do this and make me break my spending freeze lol

  22. Miriam Prantner

    Love this sentiment, and I really love how you used the squiggle border with those brads in between. Very clean crisp look!

  23. Love the color scheme….really like how you used the brads on your border….gives it a whole new look!

  24. I agree…that is a FUNNY sentiment!!!! Very pretty card!!!

  25. Gorgeous card.I love the sentiment.

  26. I just fell in love with this card when I saw it!! I especially enjoy the colors and all the detail!
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  27. Love the border treatment with the brads. Gorgeous blues! Gorgeous card!

  28. Love the colors and the sentiment, especially love the double layer roses and border accents

  29. Chris R. from Iowa

    Oh, this would have been the most perfect card! Our 33rd annivesary was a couple of weeks ago. Come to think about it, I don’t think we said even “happy anniversary.” No wait, we did as we were signing our tax return I made the comment! Great card!

  30. Heather Loughlin

    I can’t get enough of the Royal Rose, and I just love seeing it rolled with double layers (& also with patterned paper)! I also love the way you embellished the new Squiggle Border Die-namics cut-outs, giving them a completely unique look, helping them really stand out from everything else. TFS! :)

  31. Beautiful colors! Love the double papers on the flower :)

  32. Funny card…love the sentiment and your colour choice.

  33. I really like the pewter brads with the blue border. Nice touch.

  34. wow ! Love the papers and the colours you used! THe flower is swesome bein gmade with two papers and your card is just so beautiful! Great job hun!

  35. Love the colors and embellishments! pretty!!

  36. Love the flower on your card…I like how you used the 2 different papers to make the flower. My only question is how do you mail it so the flower doesn’t get squished???

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