4/19/16

MFT Card Kit Release...

The April MFT Card Kit is available today!  I have one more card to share using the dies and a sentiment from this card.  The possibilies are endless with this kit, from all the moving parts, down to the CAS.  Here is my CAS card....

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I did a simple scored background and then layered the grass dies and the cute little alligator die along with a sentiment.  Easy peasy!

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Head on over to the MFT Blog to see all the kit details!  Happy Shopping!

37 comments:

  1. We all need a simple card now and then and this one would make the recipient smile.

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  2. We all need a simple card now and then and this one would make the recipient smile.

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  3. Simple and sweet! Of course I love that the croc is polka-dotted :)

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  4. There you go with those score lines again, Laurie! Clever, yet simple design and looks great.

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  5. A great, simple card! The spotted crocodile is adorable. :)

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  6. A great, simple card! The spotted crocodile is adorable. :)

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  7. Love the card! I love the score lines in the background!

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  8. Love the clean and simple look of this.

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  9. I love the scored lines for sure!

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  10. Amazingly cute little card and love the scoring you did, to create dimension:)

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  11. Your sweet alligator card guarantees the "I'm sorry" will be accepted; so darling! Thank you for the smiles today!
    ~carol

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  12. Clean and simple and so pretty.
    You get the point across without a lot of fuss.
    thanks for sharing.

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  13. Love the mix of patterned papered for the alligator and the grass, adorable!

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  14. Adorable polka dot alligator and I like the scored lines.

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  15. Darling polka dotted alligator! Sweet card with a cute sentiment!

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  16. Love the scored lines and the patterned papers you used!

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  17. Clean and simple but, with great impact! Love it!

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  18. Love how you use the patterns in the score lines on this card.

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  19. Love how you use the patterns in the score lines on this card.

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