MFT March Previews, Floral Fusion Inspiration

Hi everyone!  I’m back for another day of the MFT March Release Countdown. Only four days to go!  :)

Today I’ve used two of my favorite new releases, Floral Fusion Cover-Up and Lisa Johnson’s Words of Inspiration.

On my first card, I had the idea to use Floral Fusion on an acetate card.  I love how it turned out (although taking the photo was a bit challenging).


I adhered a panel of Berrylicious card stock to an X-Press It High-Tack Double-Sided Adhesive sheet*, both cut to 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.   After die-cutting, I picked out the negative parts (flower centers, etc.) and adhered the die-cut panel to a creased acetate card.  The sentiment was stamped onto Sno Cone card stock using Black Licorice ink, then matted onto Sweet Tooth.  To adhere the sentiment panel, I applied dots of liquid glue only to the portions of the floral panel to be covered by the sentiment so no adhesive shows from the back.

Inside, I adhered a panel of Sno Cone, that too adhered to a double-sided adhesive sheet.

*You must use a super-tacky adhesive or the card stock will peel away from the acetate.

To write inside the card, I plan to use an opaque white pigment pen instead of black or blue so the writing will only be subtly visible through the front.

On my second card, I again used Floral Fusion Cover-Up, die-cut from Pink Lemonade card stock with a Whip Cream panel for the sentiment.

I adhered the die-cut panel to the card base after adhering small pieces of clear foam squares to the back then added dark brown enamel dots to the flower centers.

The sentiment, from Words of Inspiration, was stamped using Chocolate Brown ink.

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 March 11 release!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I’ll see you tomorrow!

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

Thank You card

Additional supplies:  Acetate, X-Press It High Tack Double-Sided Sheet.  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.
Caring Spirit card

Additional supplies:  MME Enamel Dots, Kool Tak Clear Foam Squares.  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

26 Responses to MFT March Previews, Floral Fusion Inspiration

  1. Michele your cards are beautiful and really makes the cover plate die cut shine..hugs

  2. they are both beautiful, Michele, but I love the acetate card!

  3. The first card looks so amazing on the acetate!!!

  4. You really rocked the die. i love it with the clear cardstock, and with the gems in the centers of the flowers.

  5. Debbie Nelson

    Both cards are gorgeous…love them!

  6. These are both beautiful Michele!! The Cover-Up is especially striking on the acetate!!

  7. GASP! Gorgeous cards. GORGEOUS!!

  8. Two stunning projects. Loving the acetate card, so gorgeous. You just got my vote for the best post!

  9. Love the acetate idea! Your cards are beautiful!

  10. Love the acetate idea, such a great look!

  11. Beautiful, beautiful cards, Michele! Love that die cut.

  12. Love the look of the acetate card although I don’t have good luck with this type of card. I really love the second card. So beautiful.

  13. I like both of your ideas. I love the idea of adding the cutout to acetate. It makes the card look elegant. I always like the way a card looks by popping up the embellishments off the card surface, but forget to do it. I will have to remember both of these techniques. Nice job. Thanks.

  14. These cards are beautiful. Nope, they’re not….. they are BEAUTIFUL. I love how this die and stamp set together is a heavenly pair. Thanks for sharing.

  15. OOOHH, what beautiful colors! Your thoughtful details make all the difference.

  16. Beautiful cards. You showcased this die beautifully!

  17. Absolutely stunning!! Love the clear acetate card – gorgeous colours!

  18. I loved how you kept the cards simple with one color choice.

  19. Two wonderful floral fusion cards! :)

  20. You ROCK, Michele!!!! Your cards are ALWAYS beautiful.

  21. Wow! These are both so pretty

  22. I’ve had those acetate cards on my wish list for awhile. Seeing how you used one makes me want them even more. It really highlights the intricacy of the die.

  23. Marcia Taylor

    BEAUTIFUL cards!!!

  24. Wow, I too was thinking this floral die would look great on Clear Card stock and WE were Right! Thanks for the visual. The monochrome cards you created is just as beautiful!

  25. What a wonderful idea on the first card. I love the enamel dots on the second.

  26. Beautiful card using the Floral Fusion die on acetate– I love that die!!

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