Monday, November 29, 2010

MFT Teasers Day Three - Pure Innocence


Welcome!  Have you enjoyed all of the eye candy from the designers so far?  For all of you Pure Innocence lovers, MFT is releasing four (4), that's right, four new Pure Innocence sets this month!!  You're going to want them all.

Today I'm going to share with you a few projects using one of my favorite PI sets from this month's release.

My first project uses the Pure Innocence Hello Cupcake set and the Flower Trio & Leaf Trio Die-namic set. I just knew I was saving this Basic Gray Cupcake Designer Paper for a reason.  Don't you think it matches this set perfectly?  Totally cool, huh?

My main image is stamped with memento tuxedo black ink and colored with prismacolor markers before popping up my Pure Innocence image on dimensionals and adding some baby brads.  Here's a close-up of the Flower & Leaf Trio Die-namics.



My second project still uses the Pure Innocence Hello Cupcake image but in a scrapbook layout to show you the versatility of the set.  I've been meaning to scrap these photos of my kids forever, and receiving this set got me moving to get it done.

The image is once again stamped in memento tuxedo black and colored with Prismacolor markers.  I decided to use colors that match MFT's signature style.  I'm so pleased with the way this page turned out since the memory is just priceless. 

You see, when my now 18 year old son was just 4-5 years old, he once told me the following: "Mom, I like cake but why do you put so much bread with it?"  His idea of cake was just the frosting and the "bread" was the cake itself.  He continued asking that after his sister was born and for her first few birthdays until he realized the difference.  Now, his dad and I tease him about that every time his birthday comes up.

I have one more project to show you another Pure Innocence set called Splish Splash and a brand new Die-namic called Dainty Dots being released on December 1st.  Remember growing up and just having to find a puddle to jump in as a kid?  This set, part of the Boy And His Dog series, captures that fun again.  I decided to pair my image & die up with some MFT ribbon I've had for awhile and some designer paper I found at the Target $1 spot over the summer.  I just knew there was a reason I bought this paper and never used it. :) 




Here are some details about the upcoming release on December 3rd in the MFT forum at Splitcoaststampers.com.

•The MFT release is on Wednesday December 3rd at 10 PM EST. You can attend the release party from 8-10 PM EST here in the forum for fun, games, and prizes! All the new sets and dies will be available on December 3rd at 10 PM EST.

•If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to Kim's blog at 11 AM EST. Be sure to leave comments as you go for a chance to win one of 2 $10 gift vouchers being given away, just for leaving a comment. :) Check Kim's blog every day for the winners.

Also, if you haven't already entered this month's Guest Designer challenge, you still have a little time.  You can see all of the details in the MFT forum here.





Stamps: MFT Pure Innocence Hello Cupcake, Splish Splash
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin Up! Pretty In Pink, Bashful Blue
Card stock: MFT White Perfect Panels, Stampin Up! Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Going Grey, White, Real Red, Only Orange, Green Galore, Bliss Blue, Target $1 Designer Paper
Accessories: Prismacolor Markers, Primas, Glue Dots, Stampendous Bling Stickers, Dimensionals, Stipple Brush, Photo Corners, Computer (Wendy Font), Printer, Dainty Dots Die-namic, Making Memories Snaps, Crop-A-Dile, MFT Ribbon, MFT Baby Brads

30 comments:

  1. all 3 projects are super sweet. I especially love how you popped her up on that first card!!

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  2. The bread story is adorable, and I agree a little bread with alot of icing is better!
    Cute cards and love how you showed it with a scrapbook page!
    Jen

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  3. Great fun cards! And love that you uses a PI on your layout. I never think of how to incorporate my stamps in scrapbooking...

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  4. Awww....so much cuteness....love all your projects!

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  5. these are all so precious Bonnie! i love your birthday cake scrap page & the story too- so sweet & funny ;)

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  6. too cute. you've been busy and I love it. my kids only like the forsting, too. tfs.

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  7. Oh Ms. Bonnie, you are ROCKIN' these teasers!!! All of your projects are SO cute!!!!

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  8. cute scrapbook layout... I love it when my stamps do double duty! Scrapbooking and card-making!!

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  9. how the heck did you find paper with SPRINKLES on it?

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  10. Great cards and cute scrapbook page! Super sweet!

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  11. Great cards and scrapbook page!

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  12. Beautiful cards!! And the story about bread made me giggle!!

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  13. These are so delightful Bonnie! I especially like the story about the cake! So sweet! Wonderful papers! :D

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  14. Thanks for sharing! The cards are so cute!

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  15. I love the sprinkle paper of your first card. What a great boy card.

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  16. Love both of your cards and the scrapbook page. You did a great job.

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  17. great job with the PI's, can't decide which I like best, they're all fantastic.

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  18. Awwwww... I LOVE that story, kids crack me up, and I'm SO glad you shared that... I'd blush him out during cake time in about, oh what ya say Mom, 20 years at his wedding??? LMAO

    You have made SUCH Awesome projects today my friend!!!! LOVE them all... and I about PIMP over that sprinkle DP.... JEALOUS!!!!!!

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  19. Such bright fun colors on the first, love the layers. Such eye catching coloring on the second, just love the way you colored him.

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  20. Adorable cards! Love all the layers...*smile*

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  21. So cute! Fabulous job with these images!

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  22. All 3 projects are great! Love the dimension on the cupcake card!

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  23. These are adorable, Bonnie! Great designs!

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