Monday, February 10, 2014

MFT February Release Countdown - Day 2

EEEEEP!  WE're getting close!  We're just 2 days away from the MFT February release!   It will be launched tomorrow night at 10:00 PM EST!  

Today I featuring one of the newest Pure Innocent stamp set on the block and gosh, she is fun to color!   Introducing Pure Innocence Sassitude!


I started with a sweet tooth CS card base,  I used the new Die-namics Fishnet Cover-Up along with the Die-namics circle STAX sets 1 and 2 to create the circular panel.   I used a die from the Die-namics Blueprints 12 to create the banners and stamped the sentiment in black licorice ink.   I embellished with some razzle berry grosgrain ribbon, a black licorice button, and some hemp cord.  


I colored my image with copics and used a white gel pen to add her freckles and a black gel pen to the cheetah pattern to her top to match her boots.  


For the inside, I created the banners with a die from the Die-namics Blueprints 12.  I stamped the Pure Innocence Sassitude image and one of the sentiments and colored only the bow.


Thanks SO much for stopping by!   Please head on over to the MFT Blog for a listing of all the designers participating in today's Release Countdown and for a chance to win a $75 Gift Certificate to the MFT Boutique!



22 comments:

  1. OMG I love the fishnet circle. Would love to hear more about how you did that. Willing to share? Such a fun card.

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    1. I will do a tutorial next week to show how I did that! :)

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  2. Love your card! How did you do her skirt? Soooo cute! Was the ribbon already in ruffle form, or did you gather it? Sorry, we both seem to have many questions... She really is adorable!

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    1. Thank you! The skirt is colored with copics (C9, C7,C5, and C3). As far as the ribbon goes, I used the "Bow Easy" tool to tie to the bow and adhered it with a glue gun.

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    2. OMG, Kim! You did such a great job of coloring—getting depth and relief in the ruffles of the skirt—I actually thought the skirt was some type of gathered ribbon! That is a real compliment! You made the fabric of the skirt look real! You must have thought I was crazy asking about "the ribbon!" Anyway, congratulations on using your Copics!

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  3. This is just too cute Kim! I totally dig the black and pink. :D

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  4. Oh Kim, you coloured her perfectly!!!

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  5. Wow Kim, your coloring of that sweet PI image is fabulous. The ruffles on her skirt look so dimensional. Love all the deatils on your card.

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  6. So cute in the pink and black. I love that fishnet sort of die too. Love your coloring.

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  7. Love the pink & black combo & that fishnet circle. So cute!

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  8. I love the fishnet circle. The skirt does look like it's 3d, it's so cool! Your colors are awesome!

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  9. Love the fishnet circle and the colours! Gorgeous!!

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  10. oh my goodness….I LOVE this!

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  11. You made this little 'ballerina' look like a jazz dancer from my granddaughter's dance class. VERY CUTE!

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  12. So adorable! I am amazed at your coloring, especially the skirt!!!

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  13. Oh my gosh Kim.. these are such sweet cards. thanks for the inspiration. blessings ~ Pam

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  14. Kim these are beautiful cards!! Love the way you used the nautical dies and your coloring on those PI images are fabulous as always!

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  15. Beautiful cards! The PI is so adorable!

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  16. Great cards, so creative & fun. Thanks for sharing :)

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  17. So FUN and SWEET! Love this adorable card!

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