MFT December Previews – Get Well

Hi everyone!  I’m back with another sample from MFT‘s December 10 release. Today I’ve used new Moroccan Tile Trio Die-namics with Get Well Wishes stamp set.

This one was super quick and super easy.  I used a base of Bubblegum card stock then cut three Moroccan Tile strips, one each from Bubblegum, Pink Lemonade and new Insulation Pink.  Each was adhered to a panel of Smooth White card stock.  The sentiment was stamped using Sweet Tooth pigment ink and white embossed.

I love the subtle color changes between three colors of card stock.

Inside, I adhered a couple more strips of  Moroccan Tile and stamped/white embossed a second sentiment from Get Well Wishes.

Be sure to check out the MFT Blog for direct links to more Countdown samples, info on prizes and all you need to know about our December 10 release!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Additional products used:  Stampin’ Up white taffeta ribbon, white embossing powder.  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

15 Responses to MFT December Previews – Get Well

  1. very pretty, loven the color combo and dies

  2. Love the pink!

  3. The different pinks look amazing on here Michele!! I love that new border trio!!

  4. So, so, pretty!

  5. What a simply beautiful card.

  6. Oooo, Michele, what a clever idea with the Moroccan borders! Love it!

  7. very simple yet very effective. I like it.

  8. Oh Michele, I must say that this card is just stunning. It’s clean yet beautiful. You just sold me on the moroccan die. Thanks for the inspiration.

  9. Loving the ombre look of your borders. So stylish.

  10. Pretty and simple!

  11. Lovely colors.

  12. Ok, I won’t lie, this die was not on my list but now that I see how you used it, love it! And how you used 3 different shades….brilliant!

  13. How quick and easy and yet so classy! Love it!

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