Tuesday, August 14, 2012

MFT and Carta Bella: You Inspire Me

Hi there, thanks for stopping by!  Hope your week is going well.  Today I wanted to share a pretty card with you using gorgeous stamps, papers and dies.  In July My Favorite Things was celebrating their 6th birthday and came out with the most amazing stamp set with the most inspiring and beautiful large sentiments. It's called My Favorite Sentiments 6th Birthday Celebration Set.  I fell in love with it and had to have it of course....LOL.  Well, I have been waiting patiently to play with them and finally the opportunity came to do so.  

The papers I am using with this set are another gorgeous product designed by Samantha Walker for Carta Bella and it's called Paris Girl.  It's the most exquisite paper line!!! As I worked on this card what occurred to me is that these colors are totally MFT colors, so this card is for MFT to celebrate them and yes, they inspire me totally.  

And as you can see I used a lot of pretty Die-namics on this card.  Here is the list of them that I could find currently at the MFT Boutique, the rest might be sold out right now, such as the chevron and the label I used to stamp on.

Carta Bella is having a challenge currently, which is to create something using their product and upload it to their Facebook wall, so I think I will do that, just to join in on the fun.

Well, that is it for today.  I will be back with another card tomorrow to share.  Stay cool, wherever you are, we are having a heat wave, I am trying to stay in the AC room.

Have a wonderful day!



Susan Clare said...

Unable to see your posted pictures on Google Reader.

SugarGem said...

Eva you always choose they must beautiful color combos. I just saw on glamour. Com that hot pink and black are totally back in style. 90's are back!! Love this. Lenae

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Diane said...

Beautiful....love the colors, pretty paper, and I just "gotta have" that Rose die!!

Jingle said...

This is beautiful!

Scrapcollectr said...

Love the flowers made out of patterned paper. As usual, a beautiful assemblage. :-)


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