Release Rewind, Zip it Up

Hi everyone!  Today and tomorrow the MFT team is revisiting our recent release.  There were so many great products, I didn’t have much of a chance to play with Zipper Die-namics.  Today I have two cards to share using this fun new set of dies.

First, I die cut two zipper strips and a pull from Electric Red, Razzle Berry, Orange Fizz, Lemon Drop, Sour Apple, Blu Raspberry and Grape Jelly.


I fit the two strips of each color together and formed a rainbow of color.    The sentiment is from Clearly Sentimental about Art.  Fun.  :)

Next, I created a “zipped” panel, using an Opaque White pen to add stitching.

From the zipper I hung die-cut lips then added the sentiment, cut using new Little Lowercase Letters.

The inside was finished very simply by stamping a sentiment from Simply Fabulous Sayings using Black Licorice ink.

Be sure to check out the MFT Blog for direct links to more Release Rewind posts.

Thanks for stopping by today!  :)


Splash of Color card

mwah card

13 Responses to Release Rewind, Zip it Up

  1. Love the rainbow of zippers on the first one! Both fabulous cards Michele!!

  2. Love all of your cards, Michele! They are all so darn creative! Thank you so much for sharing all your talent with us!!

  3. Love the rainbow of zippers!

  4. Great cards! LOVE the rainbow zippers, so fun!

  5. OMG…….These are ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!!! So love what you have created using the new Zipper die-namics.

  6. Love the rainbow zippers. So colorful..bright and cheerful.

  7. WoW! Love your rainbow of zippers! Beautiful job!

  8. Great cards!

  9. I LOVE your rainbow zipper card. Bright and cheerful. The Mwah card is gorgeous.

  10. Love the zipper rainbow! fantastic! Both cards are awesome!

  11. These are great!

  12. Wow, love the zipper card, so much fun.

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