MFT Previews, Eye Chart

Hi everyone!  Welcome back to a second day of August 12 release previews with My Favorite Things!  Today I’ve used new Eye Charts stamp set.  (I love the concept!)


The eye chart was stamped onto X-Press It Blending Card using Black Licorice ink then matted onto Electric Red card stock.  At the bottom I adhered a tiny heart cut from Blueprints 11.

Inside, I stamped a partial sentiment from Words of Inspiration and added a second tiny heart at the bottom.

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 August 12 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, Tuesday, August 12, 10 p.m. EST.

16 Responses to MFT Previews, Eye Chart

  1. Love it! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Love the CAS design.

  3. This is such a fun set

  4. Simple yet so striking!!

  5. Love the simplicity of the card! The red and white really pop! Great card!

  6. Detra Faulkner

    Wonderfully cute and simple card!!!!

  7. Love, love the versatility of this set. Super simple but very nice card! I really think Im going to have to get this one!

  8. Great CAS design.

  9. The inside bottom of your card is so classy looking. I think I’ll have to try using this technique. Thanks.

  10. Such an “eye catching” card – really like how striking the chart is.

  11. Carolee McCaslin

    Love the inspiration!!

  12. Love the Clean and Simple lines of your card!

  13. These new eye chart stamps are really growing on me. I love the eye glass stamp and those sentiments. Thanks for sharing.

  14. FABULOUS CAS card!!! Love the colors!

  15. Love, love, LOVE the eye chart idea…so very cute.

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