Saturday, July 28, 2007

MFT Sneak Peak Day 2


Ok, so this is my favorite of the bunch. I love all the new sets but I have a weak spot for Christmas stamps. Kim out did herself with MFT "Home For the Holidays". It has such different possibilities that I found it hard to pick just two card scenarios for you. You can really make tons of different and unique Christmas cards with this set. For the first one I picked the cute fireplace and hung Santa's feet out the bottom. His cuffs have liquid applique for added cuteness. All the images are colored with prismacolors. The card stock is SU Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Bayou, Olive, WW, and Blintz Basic Grey DP. The ribbon is May Arts and the bling is made by stickles and rhinestones. The brads are SU. The layout is for SCS's week long Dirty Dozen challenges. You need to head over and play its tons of FUN!!The second features the adorable Christmas tree. I colored it in with prismacolors and put it under the rug that is also included in the set. The rug was stamped on Blintz DP and then cut out. Other card stock used is SU River Rock, Chocolate Chip, Real Red, WW, and Basic Grey DP. The ribbon is SU and May Arts. The layout is also one of the challenges at SCS. Stay tuned for Sneak Peak Day 3 tomorrow. It will be all about the boys!!! *wink*

10 comments:

Sherrie said...

Ana, just love your sneek peeks of these sets, it is fun to see how different everyones' have turned out. Love the back to school tag too!

Anonymous said...

Your cards are just adorable! Love them as always!!! Great job! Lisa K.

Beth said...

Holy moly your killing me. Your sneak peaks are awesome!

Beth said...

OH my goodness are your Christmas cards beautiful. I love how bright they are. So unique!

Wife2TJ said...

I love these they are so colorful! Beautiful job!

Jules said...

Love these cards, particularly the first :o)

mum on the run said...

Fabulous cards, I'm officially in love with the ribbon on the first!!

Clearly Inspired said...

Love this card! WOW! Great detail.

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh...........I LOVE this one! Very nice work!

Kristine said...

These are both really great! :)