MFT March Previews, Hello Sunshine

Hi everyone!  Welcome back to a second day of March 11 release previews with My Favorite Things.  Today we welcome Birdie Brown, a brand new artist/line to the MFT store!  Adorable stamps AND coordinating Die-namics! So excited about this!  :)  The first Birdie Brown set is titled Sunflower Sweetheart.


With line art, I find it easiest to die-cut the pieces before stamping and coloring. All were cut from X-Press It Blending Card, stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black and then colored with Copics.  I also used the new Wood Plank Background and Tall Grassy Edge Die-namics.

Inside, I stamped a second sentiment from the set as well as a single row of sunflowers.

You can check out the MFT Blog for direct links to more Countdown samples, info on prizes and all you need to know about our March 11 release!

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

Please note that links to new products will not be in effect until time of release, 10 p.m. EST, March 11.

Additional supplies:  Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Copic markers (E00, E11, BV000, R01, R02, Y21, E31, E33, E35, E47, E49, E59, YR15, YR18, G21, G24, G28), Copic Opaque White, MME Enamel Dots, Kool Tak Clear Foam Squares. Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

29 Responses to MFT March Previews, Hello Sunshine

  1. This is SO ADORABLE, Michele!!

  2. Such a cute card. I love your coloring!

  3. Beautiful card. Love the woodgrain, the creatively tall sunflower and that adorable little bird and girl.

  4. Wow Michele!! This is just awesome!! I love it!!

  5. ♥ this, Michele. the colors are beautiful and so is your scene.

  6. This card is Perfection, Michele! Seriously LOVE it!

  7. Debbie Nelson

    Love everything about this card…adorable!

  8. Love her work. So glad to see she is designing again. Your card is super adorable.

  9. WOW!!! Love how the images pop with that white edge on the dark background.

  10. Oh my is that ever adorable, terrific coloring and little scene you have made!!

  11. Absolutely adorable!!!

  12. Adorable card! I love the woodgrain in the background. I also love the copic colors you chose.

  13. Great card Michelle.

  14. Michelle, another one of your gorgeous works. The girl’s orange colored clothes and the tall sunflower pop against the wood grain background. The inside is perfect with its simplicity but perfect message, plus the flower border at the bottom.

  15. I love the girl holding a sunflower. I love the background and the orange and yellow colors. Great job!!

  16. Love, Love, Love…Wowza! This card is Fabulous! Great coloring and colors

  17. Wow this card pops the orange against the darker bg love it!

  18. Joan VanCourt

    Ah, this card is so darling. I love the orange dress and the orange enamel dots. Fantastic layout, too.

  19. Wonderful card! Love the coloring, the background & everything about it!

  20. love that plank background !

  21. Michele, I love the oranges — so bright and cheerful!

  22. Oh Michele – you’ll love Torico…she’s just SO fun to colour. I’m excited to see her at MFT! Such a fun cheerful card…love the orange!

  23. Betty Meyskens

    Your card is so cute and adorable. I am falling in love with the stamp set, but also the woodgrain background stamp and the grass die is amazing — love it all.

  24. So adorable. Love the image and the way you paired her with the woodgrain background.

  25. I love your scene!

  26. I love the colors you used! (Which is really saying something because I’m generally not a fan of orange!) The background is great and the tall sunflower in the pot is wonderful. Such a happy card!

  27. Absolutely darling card! I love it!

  28. I love the wood plank background on this adorable card!!

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