Tuesday, September 1, 2015

MFT - Release Countdown Day 1


Welcome to the final day of Release Countdown with My Favorite Things. By now I am sure you are as excited about the new release as I am !!! Today I'm sharing cards made with some of my absolute favorites from this release - I just LOOOOVE these cityscape dies. And as you will see by visiting my talented teamies today - so many different ways to use them.
I hought it was fun to pair them up with the new cover-up die and create some 3-dimensional postcards. 



I used the cute London stamps for my NY scene too, but colored the cab yellow and added a checked strip to create a NY cab instead of the traditional black London one. I think it came out quite cute (-;
All new products will be available for purchase tonight at 10pm EST.




Complete product details, videos and links to all designers playing along with today's featured products can be found at the MFT Blog.

I'll be back tonight at 10pm EST for the New Product Launch with My Favorite Things!




12 comments:

Penny said...

So cute!! I really like the way you turned the black cab (that's what it's called in London) into a yellow NY taxi. Clever!

Dotty Jo x said...

How clever! Two great cards, Jo x

Lori Wisneski-Wenger said...

This card is great! Thanks for the inspiration!

Marybeth said...

Karin these are wonderful ! Love the sky on both cards!

Miriam Prantner said...

Love how you used that cover up die, great scenes!

Kathy Krug said...

Love how you created the two scenes with the cover up.

Kathy Krug said...

Love how you created the two scenes with the cover up.

KariL said...

Karin what wonderful cards. I love how you used the cover up die, what a fabulous idea to incorporate two different scenes on the same card.

Sharron said...

So awesome--love both of these!

Amante del Papel said...

both cards are so cleaver, and so beautiful, Love them!

Dee Ann Matthews said...

Clever uses of the cityscape dies in bothcards. The black border and title are real enhancers!

Wendy said...

Shut up!!! Such brilliant cards!