Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Camp Create with MFT

Happy Wednesday!

Have you seen MFT's Camp Create series?  These are a great series of techniques that MFT' showcases.  They are great tutorials.  And I love being inspired by them.


This post is a bit long because I want to show you all my creations before life gets in the way.  *wink*

Day two of Camp Create is Coloring on Kraft.  Coloring on Kraft is one of my favorite techniques, especially for Christmas gift tags.
 For my card I used a stamp set (retired).  I am not going to be political in my post, but I do want to say that I have the best Police Dept.  Our little city's officers are fantastic in every way.  I thought this would be a perfect card for my kids to sign to send off to the Police Dept.

Day 3 of Camp Create was Inlaid Made Easy.
 Blueprints 26 is perfect for this technique.  I kept my card simple.  I cut the pieces from Neenah Solar White and patterned paper from Glitz Dapper Dan paper pad.  The balloon string was drawn with a gray Copic multiliner.

 Day 4 - Magnificent Masking.  I had the most fun with this one.  *smile*
 Isn't it awesome?  EEK!!!  I just LOVE it.  We are planning a small trip to Florida and Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure Wizarding Worlds of Harry Potter.  The kids are so excited..and of course, so am I.  *wink*
 I used MFT's London Mouse stamp set to create my scene.
 For the flying car, I masked the top of the cab and used a Copic multiliner to complete the line.
I colored the scene with Copics and highlighted with a white Signo gel pen.   

And the final day was Background Bonanza.
 For this card, I used MFT's Harvest Mouse stamp set, Canson XL watercolor paper, and Gansaii Tambi watercolors to create the background.
 The sentiment was white heat embossed on Kraft (like the card base) and adhered with foam tape for some dimension.

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