Rainbow Card - Clean & Simple

Hi sweet friends! I love love love MFT, so I am back with my last entry to this year's MFT Card Design Superstar Contest. This time for the category Clean & Simple Genius.

CAS cards are my favorites, but it's not that easy to create a card that is CAS, but not boring. And often they look simple, but were a lot of work nevertheless. Like this one:

I stamped the yeti onto a panel of white cardstock, colored it with Copics and stamped the sentiment. Now I colored the edges of a white card front with Copics and adhered the panel to the card. I die-cut the stars, colored them one by one and adhered them to the card. This took quite a while :)

I hope you like my card! Thank you for stopping by!


MFT Supplies:
BB Beast Friends
Die-namics Stars in the Sky


Foxy Birthday Card - Coloring With Colored Pencils

Hello again! I made another card for the MFT Card Design Superstar Contest, this time for the Coloring Virtuoso category. Lately, I enjoy coloring my images with Prisma Pencils and especially on Kraft cardstock! While playing with this cute image, I couldn't help but smile all the time:

I stamped the images with light brown ink before coloring everything. To make the foxy look really fluffy, I flicked my pencils a lot to create her fur.

Thank you so much for visiting today! Happy Weekend!


MFT Supplies:
Sweet Forest Friends (fox, first part of sentiment)
BB Hog Heaven (cupcake)
BB Sweet Birthday Wishes (balloon)
BB Birthday Bears (second part of sentiment)


Birthdaycard Surprise Box

Hello! I've been working on a fun little project for the MFT Card Design Superstar Contest: Innovation Master. It's been a lot of work, but I loved creating this:

I enjoyed adding all the details and had plenty more ideas on what else to add, but I didn't want to overstuff it! The box was made with a simple score board and I constructed the little hut with it, too. But let's start at the beginning !

This is what the recipient will see first:

After I had constructed the box and its lid, I thought it would be nice to add a shaker window to the top for a bit of action before opening the box to find the surprise inside.

I filled the shaker with sequins, die-cut hearts and a stamped and die-cut bone. The sides of the lid are covered with die-cut patterned paper rectangles.

Then, when taking off the lid, this cute little scene unfolds itself:

I covered the standing walls with blue cardstock, die-cut a white fence and grassy borders and adhered them. I constructed the little hut, die-cut the windows and the door, and stamped the paw print. After I had adhered the hut, I stamped all the images, colored them with Copics, die-cut them with the matching dies and arranged the scene.

The banner was created with a straw and fabric tape:

The tiny boxes were difficult to fold in such a small scale, but I think the 3D presents add so much fun to the scene:

The guests are arriving already, so let's paw-ty!!

I hope you like my project! All the stamps, dies and patterned paper are from My Favorite Things. I'll try to list all the sets I used below. Thank you so much for stopping by!!


MFT Supplies used:
BB Lucky Dog 
BB Lucky Dog Die-namics
BB You Have My Heart
Top Dog
Top Dog Die-namics
BB Birthday Bears
BB Adorable Elephants
BB Adorable Elephants Die-namics
BB Ewe Are the Best
BB Ewe Are the Best Die-namics
BB Hog Heaven
Die-namics Zig Zag Stitched Rectangles
Die-namics Cross Stitched Squares
Die-namics Grassy Hills
Die-namics Frightful Fence
Die-namics Blueprints 29
Tiny Check Paper Pack