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Jun 5, 2012

Die-namics Feature - Cards Galore!

Now that we've teased and tempted you all week long, it's almost time for you to shop for your favorite Brand Spankin' New products from MFT.

But first... it's time for our Die-namics Feature and Pre-Release Pep Rally!

We've taken an in-depth look at this month's Die-namics, while re-visiting the amazing sets being released tonight at 10 PM EST RIGHT HERE in the MFT Boutique.

And while we are at it, how about we make your life even easier with a "cheat sheet" of all that's new?  Head over to the MFT Blog to print out a shopping list.


I made about a zillion cards for today's post, so settle in... (please)


First up, I combined 5 different Die-namics (including two new releases - Hexagons and Traditional Tags) and this month's Triple Scoop Set, Complimentary Greetings, to come up with this scrappy creation.  



I cut apart a sentiment and stamped the two lines separately.  Then, I trimmed them and laid them "crazy style" over my strips of hexagons.  



I cut one of the smaller Traditional Tags out of newsprint patterned paper.  Then I adhered a gingham heart (from Hearts a Plenty) on it and pulled the whole thing together with a wooden button (which I am currently obsessed with), attached with SU Linen Thread.



I created a wordless banner with the Fishtail Banner and used the heart from Notched Tag to embellish each one.  I added eyelets and then strung SU Linen Thread through them.  I curled the ends using my Hotfix tool (I wrap the thread around it and hold - similarly to how you would curl your hair).  The hexagons were cut out of tons of different patterns from the paper pad I was using and I arranged them in a way that was visually pleasing (to me anyway... LOL).






I wanted to try my hand at a clean and simple card with the Hexagons Die-namics.  I arranged them in a simple pattern, substituting one of the "open" spots with a wooden button.  I stamped a single fourths in the lower, right hand corner from the Finishing Flourishes stamp set and included a sentiment from the set, stamped in Brilliance Graphite Black, in the upper right-hand corner.








I combined Masculine Graphic Tee with the Peace Signs Die-namics to create this card.  Confession: as I was making it, I kept saying, "Peace Bro" in a totally surfer dude accent.  Try it. It's fun.  *giggle*  I paper-pierced around the perimeter of the peace sign to add a little extra oomph.  



I just love the embossed detail lines.  Bro is stamped in SU Chocolate Chip Craft ink.



There is a little Fishtail Flag sticking out there.  I added a row of 3 yellow brads to fill in the empty space a bit.  You can also see the Notched Border to the left of the card.  I think it lends itself very well to masculine cards.




Here are some more ideas for the Masculine Graphic Tee:








For the next many cards I used the soon-to-be-released Vanity License Plate Die-namics and Stamp Set.  This is one of my favorite products from MFT, ever.  I just LOVE that I can make quick, cute cards for ANY occasion.  I have FOUR cards to share with you, all made from the same patterned paper pack from Basic Grey, What's Up?  


First up I have a card for a SWTGRL (Sweet Girl).  



I added the smaller tag from Traditional Tags STAX and accented it with a tiny flower from Notched Tag.



This card is a for a FRIEND.  I used map-themed paper, which would be fitting for a far-away friend  I mimicked the License Plate throughout the card by the rounding the corners of each layer.  




I accented the card with a Botanical Beauty cut from different prints from the patterned paper pack.



I had grand plans for "CLOUD9".  I can't say it came out exactly as I envisioned it but I like the pairing with the hot air balloons patterned paper and tiny cloud from You Move Me Die-namics.  I added the Notched Border in black.




For the last card I couldn't bring myself to cover up the gorgeous patterned paper.  LOL  I added a strip of blue patterned paper to break up the pattern a bit and then added my License Plate.  I added a tiny hang tag with a heart from Notched Tag.  After a little stitching, this card was done... in record time.  LOL  Sometimes, less is more.  




Here is the amazing Vanity License Plate Die-namics & Stamp Set I used.  I just looooove it.



The Vanity License Plate is available separately, but I would recommend buying the whole kit and caboodle above.  



Here are some more ideas using the Vanity License Plate Die-namics and Stamp Set:



Here are some other Die-namics I used on my cards:






Here are the details about the upcoming release on June 5 at 10 PM EST:
  • You can attend the New Release Party on June 5 from 8-10 PM EST HERE in the MFT forum, where you can enjoy fun, games, and PRIZES!
  • The MFT release, including all new stamp sets and Die-namics, is on June 5 at 10 PM EST.  You'll find all the newest products HERE at release time.
  • The guest designer contest is ON!  Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win $200 in stamp sets and Die-namics, and play along with the MFT Design Team for a month.
  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to the MFT Blog NOW.  Be sure to leave comments as you go for the chance to win one of 2, $10 gift certificates given away daily.  The winners will be posted on June 5 just before the release party, on the MFT blog.



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34 comments:

  1. What can I say...these are all amazing! And I totally did the surfer dude accent as soon as I saw your Bro card! LOL!

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  2. wow these are all amazing...I love all these amazing die cuts...

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  3. Holy Moly, you have been a super busy girl! Have to say I love the first one the best, the colors and design and the hexagons are so fabulous. They are all so fabulous.

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  4. WOW! Thanks for sharing so many fabulous cards. I really LOVE the first one. You do beautiful work. Your colors and paper choices are so nice. I was scrolling through some of the sneak peeks. Amazing!

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  5. O, wauw, what a collection!! great examples!
    I just love the hexagon, but the other cards too! great work...again!

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  6. thanks for the inspiration, Jody, gorgeous cards!
    hugs, Alina

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  7. Wow! Wow! Wow!!! so much goodness in this post!! Your cards are always amazing!!

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  8. Oh my goodness, what fantastic cards! They are all great but my favorite is the clean and simple hexagon card. It's different and I just love it! WONDERFUL inspiration shared with us, thank you!

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  9. JOdy, you are truly amazing, are you an enabler or what. Love, love, love this display of awesomeness.

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  10. Fabulous set of cards! You've been busy! Great inspiration!

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  11. My goodness-you were busy creating. Love all your cards today. Each one is layered up perfectly to show off the main image. Gotta say I love the hexagons tho. so many uses for that die. thank you for sharing all these great idea. ksh

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  12. ACK! CUTENESS OVERLOAD! these, all of them are fantastic. I think the Peace Bro card might be my fave, although I am totally in love with your first one...that scrappiness of that card is right up my ally!

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  13. WHOWZERS Jody...so much creativity ...each and every card is totally amazing...love all the inspiration you shared with us...gotta get my hands on that license plate set for sure!

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  14. Wow! You were busy! My favorite is the thanks card with the hexagons. Too cute!

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  15. Wow, these are all amazing! My fave is the first one, so scrappy!

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  16. You did make a zillion cards!!! What a treat for the eyes!!!!! Thanks for all the inspiration!!!!!

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  17. You really went to town on all of these fantastic cards! I must say that my favorite die-namic is the hexagon.

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  18. Holy Cow! FAB collection of cards, Jodi!

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  19. Wow! All I can say is "Peace Jody"! These are all great!!!!!!!! The little license plate always makes me smile! And your cards do too!

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  20. Love love love the hexagon and girl you were one busy stamper! All great cards.

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  21. Three GORGEOUS projects Jody!!!

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  22. gracious, you've been busy! these are ALL wonderful!!!

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  23. Wow you have been busy...the cards are all so unique and have great designs.

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  24. Well, as you know, math is not my strong suit..

    7 GORGEOUS projects!

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  25. OK...you've convinced me. I NEED that license plate die. :)

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  26. WOW!!! I truely love each of your cards! I can't get over how cute the vanity license plate is! Great design papers too. I'm going to have to get me that hexagon die; you made some cute cards with it!

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  27. Love, love love, all your cards! I cannot wait to get the t-shirt.

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  28. LOVE your work - must have that license plate

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  29. Oh these are FAB! I love love love this new release!

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  30. That first card pretty much sums you up to a Tee (hehe). I bow to you...you are SO fabulous!!!

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  31. UM!?!?! You've been BUSY Jody!! I'm in love with every single one of these!! But the scrappy creation with the flag pennant is just my favorite!!

    BEAUTIFUL!!!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  32. Love them all! Great colors and papers and love all the different looks.

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  33. WOW, Im speechless, just beautiful creations.

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