MFT New Product Tour – I Salute You

Welcome to the My Favorite Things June New Product Tour!  You’ve been teased all week long and finally, all of the new stamps and Die-namics are available!  But before you shop, I hope you’ll take one final look at all the new products.  You can find a list of direct links to all designer posts HERE on Kim’s blog.

Be sure to leave comments as you look because the New Product Tour blog candy prize is now a $50 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique! I think that’s rather exciting! :)

Today I’ve used our SUPER cute new Soldier Girl from the Pure Innocence line along with Fishtail Flags STAX and new Notched Border Die-namics.

After stamping my image onto X-Press It Blending Card, I colored with Copics, then sponged and distressed the edges to go along with the distressed look of the patterned paper.  The Fishtail Flags are stitched in place at the top and left to hang loosely at the bottom for added dimension.

Along the bottom, I placed a strip of Notched Border Die-namics.  Once the front panel was fully assembled, I adhered it to my card front using foam tape.  Doing so helps the border die to stand out more prominently and adds overall dimension to the card.

On the inside, I stamped a silhouette of Soldier Girl and added a second sentiment from the set.  (I love her…she’s so cute!)

While I had all of my favorite new papers and stamps out, I decided to create a second card, this time pairing Soldier Girl with her counterpart, Soldier Boy.  (Layout is sketch from this month’s Guest Designer contest.)

Aren’t they sweet together?

I used a tab from MFT’s Mini Tabs Foursome for my sentiment, layering a navy die-cut of the tab beneath to help it stand out better against the patterns.

In the lower left corner, I placed a die-cut star from new Star STAX, adhering to the card using a button and string.

I stamped my sentiment on the inside and adhered a second star.


All of our new products are available right now, right HERE in the MFT Boutique.  Please refer back to Kim’s blog for direct links to more samples using this month’s releases.

Thanks for visiting!  Have a great evening!

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Soldier Girl” and “Soldier Boy” (Pure Innocence)   Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Desert Sand; Ranger Antique Linen Distress   Paper:  Stampin Up! Night of Navy, X-Press It Blending Card, Authentique “Glory” (6×6)   Accessories:  Copic markers (E00, E11, R20, E33, E35, E40, E41, E43, E50, E51, E53, B93, B95, B97, W00, W1), MFT Star STAX, Notched Border, Fishtail Flags STAX and Mini Tab Foursome Die-namics, edge distresser, mini brads, button, string, Copic 1/4″ foam tape.  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

37 Responses to MFT New Product Tour – I Salute You

  1. I just love these little soldiers! This is definitely on my must have list. Great job Michele!

  2. Totally adorable, Michele! Your coloring is amazing!

  3. Tricia Barber

    Love the papers!! Goes so well with this stamp set. Great Cards! Thanks for sharing!

  4. I love these cards! These are such cute sets!

  5. Too cute, another must have set, beautiful work

  6. Love! Love the coloring with the neutral colors!

  7. absolutely beautiful inside and out.

  8. OMGosh, I love this card, she is so adorable and your paper is so perfect with her.

  9. Absolutely gorgeous, loved both cards, amazing coloring

  10. Love the cards. I’m full of inspiration now!

  11. Michele – Gorgeous cards. Love those PI’s together on the same card! Precious! Thanks for all of the inspiration for this release!

  12. I LOVE all of the FUN details!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  13. Christine Dearinger

    Fabulous cards……I hope to try to make something similar.

  14. Kristy Hansen

    I love Americana designs and these card are great. Love how you did the fishtails on the 1st card with the bit stitching. The papers you used on both cards are perfect for the stamps you used. Gorgeous! ksh

  15. Love the choice of patterned papers in both cards and the couloring on the images.

  16. WOW very heartfelt cards. I love the colours you’ve used and so much layering looks great. very patriotic! TFS

  17. Those cards are so sweet! The “come home soon” puts a hitch in my throat! Great job!

  18. fabulous…such fantastic coloring…love the papers too!

  19. These are amazing cards Michele!!

  20. oh goodness, these are both just so very precious! I love that paper pack so much – glad to see you use it again. :)

  21. Oh, my. these are so cute! I love how you used them together.

  22. Miriam Prantner

    These cards are wonderful, what a great tribute to our military. Amazing coloring too!

  23. Michele, wow both cards are FANTASTIC! I love the paper choices and the layers on both cards are gorgeous!

    Also wanted to tell you that I jujst received my Card Maker Mag in the mail and I saw your publication in it – Wow, Great job hun!

    Hugs;
    Shari

  24. Very Pretty cards!!!! Love your coloring!!!!

  25. Papers, colouring, stamps…. Every item is just great! Combined….stunning!
    No soldiers in my family, but I’m afraid I will just HAVE to have these sets! Love them!

  26. both are beautiful – the paper, the layouts and your coloring

  27. love both of your cards very nicely done.

  28. Seeing all this cute cards, I may have to dig my copics out. Great job on the coloring and the cards too.

  29. Very sweet card. Love it!

  30. Love your cards and these cute soldier sets. Your coloring is awesome. TFS

  31. Those cards are so inspiring. The content is wonderful and the coloring so realistic.

  32. Stacy Simpson

    Great cards! Love the pattern paper!

  33. Such great patriotic cards….love how you coloured the images.

  34. LOVELY Card!! I LOVE all of the little details!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  35. Michelle, your cards are PRECIOUS! Such sweet images! Love them!

  36. love your layout and patterned paper combo! TFS! ;)

  37. So jealous of your beautiful coloring skills! Great job on these cute cards!

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