Sunday, 29 November 2009

MFT Teasers - Day 2

Welcome back!! Today we're previewing 2 new sets being released Wednesday night at My Favorite Things.

The first is another Flopsey! I just love this rabbit with his big ears. This time around Flopsey is all about chocolate - a bunny after my own heart. I created a card and a box to go with it to hold - what else? - chocolate!

The layout of my card is an old Mojo Monday sketch and I used some Basic Grey Bittersweet papers. I just love this sentiment that comes with the set (there are 3 others as well!).
One of my favorite things to do with Flopsey is to make him all fuzzy - so I covered him with fun flock. I actually apply the fun flock to a sticky sheet and then stamp on the fuzzy sheet. It gives amazing coverage! Let me know if you're interested in a tutorial and I'll whip one up if so.
The window treat box was super easy to put together and I used this tutorial from Splitcoast. There's another fuzzy Flopsey on the box and it's filled with Lindt chocolates - my hubby's fave!
The second set being previewed was previously available as part of an MFT kit, and is now available on its own. Love Machine is super fun to work with and I decided to make a "boy" card to have in my stash.
I used some Cosmo Cricket Early Bird papers and sewed all around each panel. Actually, I sewed without thread - it was a super easy way to pierce my panels without doing it by hand! I added some of MFT's baby braddies (LOVE them!) and coated my love machine in Crystal Effects. He's super glossy and shiny!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!! Make sure you check out Kim's blog after 11am est today to find links to all the other designers with sneak peeks as well! Check back tomorrow as I have previews of my fave part of the release!!

16 comments:

Barbara said...

Just fabulous, Kerry!! Love your fuzzy Flopsey (yes, please do a tutorial!!) and that super shiny robot is perfect!

Lisa H. said...

YES!!!! two fabulous sneak peeks! those papers are fabulous with flopsey and your Mr. Roboto is amazing! Your coloring, and shading is wonderful and the crystal effects is the perfect touch!!!!!

Megan said...

Darling!! I love the clear glaze all over the robot. It gives him such a cute look! Flock scares me. A tutorial would be beneficial, but I'm not committing to trying it! Yours looks fabulous though!!

Chris said...

Mr. Roboto looks great in glossy accents. Your card is fantastic. and then there's Flopsey, wowie! I just love your set. It's cute and fun and it has chocolate, yum!

Erin Smetak said...

WOW! I am amazed! Kerry, your projects are AWESOME!!!! I love the Flopsey box, and I LOVE how you glazed the robot!!!! FABULOUS JOB!!!!!!

Julie Dinn said...

Kerry, your projects are so cute again today! I love the Flopsey set and the robot is just too cute!

Kim said...

Wow! Both projects are awesome, but your Love Machine card is out of this world!

Kelli said...

Day you and a WAHOO!!!! Great job on all the extra details Kerry... totally knocks it up a level... I LOOOOVE flock and would be interested if you have a better/easier way... post it...

raduse said...

Kerry, your chocolate box is fantastic! Love your robot too.

Tracey said...

These are absolutely fabulous Kerry! Flopsey is always adorable and that robot is too cute as well. You are rocking these teasers!! xx

Kristie said...

Cute stuff!!

Michele Boyer said...

Those chocolates look so 3-d! Fantastic coloring of them! And I really like your idea to apply the fuzz to a sticky sheet. I never thought to do that. VERY cute robot too! I like him all glossy! :)

StampOwl said...

what a sweet fuzzy flopsey, good tip about the sticky sheet. Love your robot card too :)

Melody said...

Love your project Kerry! I love flocking and hadn't thought of using a sticky sheet. Love the glossy robot too. That gave him a really cute look!

Donna said...

Great idea to use a sticky sheet with flocking- that way you still maintain all the details! Cute project too. I'm curious...What kind of black ink did you use?

Amy Sheffer said...

Love your Flopsey set, Kerry, and GIRL, your coloring on Mr. Love Machine is unreal! The CE looks great on there, too!

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