MFT May Previews, You’re a Class Act

Hi everyone!  I’m back today with another preview of My Favorite Things‘ May 13 release!  (Only five more days!)  Today I’ve used new Suit & Tie Die-namics with Pinstripe Background.  (Super-fun die set!)

I stamped the Pinstripe Background onto Black Licorice card stock then die-cut the body pieces of the suit.  The lapels and buttons were cut from plain black. Shirt (and base) are Sweet Tooth with an Electric Red tie.


I created an extra little “pocket” and hankie by cutting a small rectangle from Black Licorice for the pocket.  To create the hankie, I cut two shirt color pieces and the knot part of the tie, layered and cut off the bottom to fit the pocket.

Inside, I stamped and die-cut the sentiment using Journal It Head of the Class and Accent It Labels & Tabs, hanging a tie beneath.

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 May 13 release!

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

14 Responses to MFT May Previews, You’re a Class Act

  1. Tammy Hanson

    Classic in every way. Colors and patterns.

  2. Super awesome!!!

  3. Such an air of elegance, hugs

  4. I love it, Michele!

  5. That card is a so classy!! Love it!

  6. that is just too cool, love the pop of color with the red and the pin stripping!!

  7. Debbie Nelson

    AMAZING! Love it!

  8. Love this, and adding the pocket was genius!!

  9. This is a class act card. Great use of pinstripe.

  10. Sparkle Plenty

    My son’s favorite colors. I’ll be making a birthday card for him from this one.

  11. Your suit looks SO REAL. Love it!

  12. This is awesome Michele!! Love it!!

  13. Marcia Taylor

    AWESOME!!!

  14. I really love this set, great job using it!!!

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