Monday, February 26, 2018

MFT Hits and Highlights...

Finding a way to integrate a greeting and design element into one fabulous card element is easy-as-pie with our collection of word circle frames. These frames can be used as a simple layering component, or combined with our Circle Shaker Pouches for extra fun!  Today the Design Team is getting together to share creations using different word circle frames.  I chose the Happy Birthday Circle Frame to create this fun spinner card....

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First, I used the Peek-A-Book Polka Dots die to create the embossed look on the card base.  I die cut 4 of the Happy Birthday Circle Word Dies and stacked them up to create the spinner.  I colored each letter with a Copic marker in rainbow order.  I layered the Stitched Circles and the Circle Shaker pouch to make the circle spinner element.  I made a video for another spinner card that I created and you can check that out by clicking HERE.

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Here is a quick  video of how the spinner action works....


I know there will be lots more Hits and Highlights to see.  Stop by the MFT Blog for a list of places to stop.  So glad you stopped in today.  Have a great day!



11 comments:

  1. Love Love Love this Card!
    So Fun & Colorful!

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  2. So fun, Laurie! I was wondering if this was a spinner card and now I know. I want to spin it!!!

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  3. Terrific card! What colors of Copics did u use?

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  4. Absolutely adorable card, Laurie! I love the spinner component and your rainbow of alphas really makes your focal point pop! LOVE your embossed circles in the background, too...So fun!!!

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  5. Love this adorable card design with such a balanced and fun use of all the elements. Your designs never disappoint and this one just makes me smile.

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  6. Oh good grief...could this possibly be any cuter!! Love this to bits Laurie!!

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  7. What a fabulous card, and so fun!! Love that background and the white with a hint of colour is perfect for making those letters pop. Love it!!

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  8. Hi Laurie... I'm loving your gorgeous card - and was inspired to make one (or two) myself. If you'd like to take a peek, the link is http://cardsbychristine.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/playtime.html - thanks again for the inspiration!

    Christine x

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  9. Absolutely adorable! Thank you for sharing!

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