Sunday, November 28, 2010

Day 2 MFT Sneak Peeks- Flapper Doodles and Flopsey

It's day 2 of some fabulous sneak peeks of the upcoming MFT release on December 1!! You don't want to miss it!







Here are some details about the upcoming release on December 1st at 10 PM EST:

  • The MFT release is on December 1st 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 1st 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 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 daily, just for leaving a comment. :) Check Kim's blog every day for the winners.


I have two sneaky peek's to share with you.  This firtst one is a new image from Flapper Doodles.  These stamps are just the bees knees!! I love these stamps for the simplicity and the clean lines it showcases and I just know that this set will be the one I will grab to send out my New Year's cards!  This set comes with 3 sentiments and the image.



I wanted to keep the card a little Art Deco like with the straight lines and clean look.  These girls needed to be on "stage" so I stamped them on the large Labels 2 Nestie and added some side panels for curtains. I trimmed off the top and used my MFT Die-namic open scallop border for the top curtains.  What flapper girl would not be sparkly on New's Years? I added some glitter on each dress to coordinate the colors.  I used ribbon from MFT's ribbon collection which I then used some crystal accents for the top and bottom.





The DP used is from American Crafts and I finished off the card by popping up the image and adding more crystals to the top curtain and curtain "tie backs." 




For my second card, a new Flopsey!! This little guy is too cute!! I love this new set with the fun sentiment images that come with it! He skates out what he wants to say! : )






Included with this card is a lot of stitching! But that is the Guest Designer Challenge in the MFT Forum at SCS; to get all stitched up!  I colored in Flopsey with my Copics and cut him out.  Basic Grey's dp Jovial was used while I used some MFT Twill ribbon and awesome Snowflake Die-namics to complete the look. The image is popped up and the bottom portion is a MS punch.  




I have been having so much fun playing along with this group of talented ladies! Please be sure to check out the creations of the rest of the Design Team! If you are not sure who, check out Kim's blog for the list of gals participating!! I will be back tomorrow with more peeks!! Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving some love!

35 comments:

  1. A fabulous monochromatic card!

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  2. Deb, aren't those Flapper's FUN!! Flopsey is ADORABLE, love your twill ribbon.

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  3. Awesome cards!!! We're on the same color wavelength for the flappers! LOL! I love your card though! It's awesome! You totally rocked the Art Deco theme!!! And your Flopsey is so adorable!

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  4. Such adorable cards, Deb! Each one is perfect eye candy!

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  5. oooo- both of these are awesome! i love your art deco card it's fantastic! Sweet Flopsey is adorable- love how you made the sentiment flag and your fun stitching & snowflake!

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  6. OK, now is THAT creative or what???!!!!! I was thinkin that the Flappers were on a projector movie screen, but Stage... YES! I CAN SEE THAT!!!! LOL LOVE the deco look, perfect for them! And that Flopsey... how can ya go wrong with that big eared lug o love!!!

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  7. what a fabby flapper card and I am over the moon about your flospey card-such a cutie! love the stitched, pleated twill!

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  8. love the monochromatic feel to the flapper doodles

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  9. Classy celebration card and *love* how you did the sentiment on the Flopsey card!

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  10. These are both fantastic, I especially love Flopsy!

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  11. love your Flopsey and flappers

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  12. Just love the curtains on the Flapper card and just love the layout on Flopsey and the ribbon treatment!

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  13. OMG are you so creative with that curtain and the flapper girls! Love it!

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  14. I love your flapper card, that curtain is totally cool and your Flopsey card is just GOOOORGEOUS!

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  15. The 'art deco' is simply perfect. Great idea with that stamp!! You've out done yourself for this teaser!

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  16. Can't wait to see what you come up with next!

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  17. These are terrific Deborah! I especially love the Flopsey card! :D

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  18. Cute Flopsey card and I like how you made the curtain on the first card.

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  19. Oh my! Your "stage" is fabulous! And I love how you used the twill on the Flopsey card!

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  20. I love how you created a stage with this die of yours on the Flapper Doodles card, they looks great! And you Flopsey is just so darn cute....fabulous cards!

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  21. Awesome off-the-card effect on the Flopsey card!

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  22. So elegant on the first and love the senitment off the page on flopsey.

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  23. Love, love, LOVE these cards! Your monochromatic Flapper card is SO cool, and the colors and details on the Flopsey card just make me smile!

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  24. These are so VERY cute!! Love the Flappers in all the silver! But your Flopsey card....GADS that's CUTE!! Love, love, love how you did the sentiment!! And that stitched/pleated twill is fabulous!

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  25. Gorgeous Cards! I love the art deco style on the Flappers card. Flopsey looks amazing too! I really love how you did the sentiment and the twill!

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  26. Love your "curtain call" for your flappers! just too cute. Flopsey is also such a sweet stamp, nice addition very well colored and love the pleating under!

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  27. Oh Deborah! The "curtain call" ... you are just so clever! You certainly achieved your goal of bringing in the art deco style! And Flopsey ... an absolutely precious creation!

    Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful!

    ~Bev

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  28. Great cards!! LOve that BUN!!! :) Fun ribbon treatment!!

    jennik

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