Monday, 6 June 2011

MFT Teasers - Rainbow Die-namic

Hello again and Happy Monday!  I'm back today with a couple of cards using the new Rainbow Die-namic.  This is a die I have been wanting for a while.  You may remember that I used the Rolled Flower die to make a felt rainbow on this card and also on this card.  I'm so happy to have this die to use now.

My perfectionist tendencies made me create my rainbow in the proper ROYGBIV order - but luckily I was able to find all the right colors in the My Mind's Eye Stella Rose collection.  I covered the ends with the Cloud Trio die and used a sentiment from Great Outdoors Sentiments.  I rather like this card - pretty simple but has some impact.


My next card was an idea that worked a bit better in my head than in execution.  I used some of the extra pieces from my rainbow and because the patterned papers I used were double sided, I had lots of patterns and colours to choose from.  I glued them down somewhat randomly and then used the Well Worn Greetings Stamp & Die set in the middle.  





Here are the details about the upcoming release on June 7 at 10 PM EST:
  • The MFT release is on June 7 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 June 7 at 10 PM EST.
  • The guest designer contest is ON! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $100 in stamp sets and play along with the DT for a month.
  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to Kim's blog NOW! Be sure to leave comments as you go for a chance to win one of 2 $10 vouchers being given away daily, just for leaving a comment. :) Check Kim's blog every day for the winners.
See you back here tomorrow for more teasers!

25 comments:

StampOwl said...

great use of the rainbow die

Erin Smetak said...

This is so unique, but in a good way! LOL! The second card is out of the box awesome! And the first card, I love that you were able to create the ROYGBIV in dsp! SO COOL!!!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

your rainbow is fabulous!

Nancy Thomas said...

What a great way to use the rainbow die in a unique way. Both cards are lovely.

Kary said...

So very cute!! I like the idea of your second card - it's so fun!

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Perfect paper it all goes so well together I love it. Some really great designers

Inge said...

What a clever use of the Rainbow Die-namics, gorgeous cards!!!

Tracey said...

I love your use of the rainbow die in the second card. Both fabulous cards Kerry!

Kim C said...

Ooh, both the cards are amazing! I like that the rainbow was the focal image for the first card and it really jumps out at ya!

Susan said...

I like your out-of-the-box thinking :)

wendy said...

cute cards

Dawn said...

So cute! Clever use of the rainbow pieces!

krussellstudio said...

Adorable. I love the inside with all the bits of the rainbows.

Lea L. said...

So awesome! Totally digging that fabulous rainbow!!

jeanne girl said...

Way to use that rainbow in a FUN way!!!

Jan Garber said...

Great idea with the papers! Your rainbow has a very updated "grandmas quilt" look.

Tiffany said...

Fabulous job! Love how you used your rainbow scraps!

Liz said...

Only one more sleep than I can hit the order button lol.

Lisa H. said...

wow! I love your rainbow card.....and that background you created is fab!

Katie said...

I love your cards! Fabulous rainbow on the first card, and I love the background! And your second card is so fun! You had a great idea and thought outside of the box! Thank you for sharing.

Katie B.

jodylynn said...

I love your rainbow card, great papers!

jharvey85@cox.net

Sheng said...

loved how you used the kraft as the background, very cool.

Rachel said...

Clever! Love how you used the rainbow die.

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

GORGEOUS rainbow card (love the sentiment on the cloud) and I LOVE your abstract design too!!

Jessie/knightrone said...

This is so CUTE!! Love how you used the extra pieces of the rainbow!

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