Welcome to Day 2 of MFT Release Rewind where we revisit products from the last release, specifically those we haven’t yet had a chance to use.
I’ve been anxious to try a technique demonstrated in the latest Online Card Class — Clean & Simple: One Layer Cards 3. If you haven’t tried one of the classes, I highly recommend you do! I always learn something. Anyway, in this last class, I discovered inlaying die-cuts. ♥ ♥ ♥ I am hooked. Perfect for my post today!
After die-cutting the bib from Sweet Tooth card stock, I cut the word baby from both the bib and Blu Raspberry. I removed the white word, replacing it with the blue to leave a perfectly flat surface. I stamped “sweet” from Birthday Sentiments and the tiny dotted line from Beautiful Baby.
The Blu Raspberry panel was embossed using Swiss Dots Stencil. While holding the stencil in place, I then sponged over the dots with Sweet Tooth pigment ink. The tiny heart was cut from Beautiful Baby Die-namics, stitched in place to create a ‘button’ on the bib.
I stamped a sentiment from Beautiful Baby inside and added a second small heart in the corner.
Next, I used new Transformables Say Hello, using the same inlaid technique.
After die-cutting and assembling the speech bubble, I die-cut two flowers (using Blueprints 12), cutting them from the assembled Blu Raspberry panel and from a scrap of gingham leftover from this card. I removed the blue/white flowers and inserted the gingham ones. Sparkly silver enamel dots added some interest to the flower centers.
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Sweet Baby card