Saturday, 28 August 2010

MFT Teasers - Wyatt the Conductor

Hello all! Welcome to Day 2 of September's MFT Teasers! Today we're previewing 3 sets and if you check Kim's blog after 11am EST you'll find a list of all the designers with projects to share!

For my card I chose to use this month's Wyatt set. When my son was younger he was into Thomas the Train big time, so this set holds a special place in my heart.

I paired Wyatt with some Basic Grey Oliver paper and coloured him up to match. I used some baby braddies on his overalls and again in the upper right corner (rumor has it that there's a new neutral baby braddie collection being released this month too). See the stars along the bottom? That's one of the new Die-Namics releasing this month - the star border! I cut it from the Earth Girl felt. A simple card but perfect for adding to my "boy card" stash!

Here's some things to know about this month's release:
  • Check the MFT blog everyday at 11am EST for a list of designers sharing teasers for that day. Leave comments on the designer blogs for your chance to win one of the sets being previewed that day. The winners are posted the next day at 11am EST.
  • The guest designer contest is posted HERE. Play along for your chance to win next month's entire release and share teasers for the Oct. release.
  • The release party is Wed. Sept. 1st from 8-10pm EST in the MFT forum on THIS thread. Join us for fun and prizes and the announcement of the guest designer.
  • The Shop & Hop begins on Kim's blog on Wed. Sept. 1st at 10pm EST immediately following the release party. Leave comments on each designer's blog for your chance to win an MFT gift certificate.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I'll see you back tomorrow for another day of teasers!

29 comments:

Barbara said...

Love it, Kerry! Perfect paper, of course! Love how you used the star border--great touch!

Tracey said...

This is awesome Kerry! I love that star border and you picked the perfect paper for this image!!

Janet S said...

This little guy is just SO adorable! I love your papers and colors. Thanks for sharing this sweet card with us during the hop.

Erin Smetak said...

What a darling card, Kerry!!! And that star die is just perfect with this!

Nancy Thomas said...

The star border is a great touch to what was already a great design.

kathy/North Carolina said...

Great card...and I love that felt star border!

Vickie Z said...

Gorgeous coloring!! Great card!!

Erika M. said...

Love your card - totally love how you popped Wyatt off the card - it really makes him stand out!

Angel said...

love that dienamic!!!! awesome boy card!

Sue D said...

Great color matching with the Oliver paper.

Lisa H. said...

soooo sweet! great layout!

Amanda said...

So Cuute! Your coloring is Awesome and I love your card & I don't even have a boy :)

Cindy Haffner said...

SWEET!

Melody said...

Cute Kerry! Love how you did the sentiment.

Kelli said...

Great Job!!!!! Super Cute Kerry!!!

creative patti said...

Very cute card. Thanks.

Dawn said...

Love this sweet little engineer! Adorable card!

StampOwl said...

super cute

Sandra said...

great colors - love the card!
Sandra

Vicki Davis said...

How could you go wrong with MFT stamps. They are the best and so it your card!

Julie said...

Super cute Kerry! Looks like we all used the same paper for our Wyatt cards! Great Minds!

Susan said...

Oh wow....another great die-namic!

loyaz1 said...

Great - love the paper and then the colors and coloring - TFS

Pam said...

Beautiful work. the coloring and design are just great.

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

ACK! This could not be more ADORABLE Kerry!! LOVE him!!

JessicaK said...

The Oliver paper works perfectly with the new Wyatt set. Fantastic card!

texasjodylynn said...

That is SO adorable. I need that paper... and I love that you ysed felt for the stars. They looks so cute with everything else. :)

Christina Fischer said...

SO cute!! Love those stars! :)

Megan said...

Not only is this paper perfect, I love how he jumps out at you!

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