It’s release day! Yesterday, I made a card with only kit products, but today’s sample adds in another product that is available as a separate purchase – In Good Hands Die-namics. I think the add-on could be so fun to use with other dies where you can add in flowers or other items into the hands.
The Cheers to Your Birthday Card Kit includes the following products:
Raise a Glass Stamp Set
Drink Decor Die-namics
Long Stem Barware Die-namics
Barware Basics Die-namics
Card Stock – Wild Cherry (1), Orange Zest (1), Lemon Drop (1), Pineapple (limited edition) (1), Prickly Pear (1), Limelight (1), Field Day (1), Blue Beyond (1), Kraft (1), Cement Gray (1), Black Licorice (1), Smooth White (1), Translucent Vellum (1)
The following will be available as a separate purchase: In Good Hands Die-namics
The Free with $60 releasing with this kit is the Cheers Die-namics.
- Die cut an A2 panel of white cardstock with the largest balloon in the Balloon STAX Die-namics.
- Stamp a sentiment in the bottom right corner from the Raise a Glass stamp set.
- On another panel of white cardstock, do direct to paper with a couple MFT ink cubes in aqua and teal. Run the ink cubes back in forth in stripes. Splatter the panel with white acrylic paint, water, and diluted ink.
- Die cut the hands, glassware, and accessories from In Good Hands Die-namics, Barware Basic Die-namics, Long Stem Barware Die-namics, and Garnish Die-namics.
- Color all components with a variety of copic markers. Die cut the clothes and jewelry for the hands from patterned paper from the Wildflowers paper pad.
- Assemble the pieces and tuck them in the balloon.
- Pop up all the pieces with foam tape and adhere to the inked panel.
- Adhere to an A2 card base and then embellish with silver sequins.
Hope you enjoyed the cards! I can’t wait to see what you make if you decide to purchase this fabulous kit. Find more inspiration on the MFT YouTube channel.
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Thanks so very much Kristi! I’m so glad you like it and stopped by the blog 🙂