It’s been a busy release at MTME! Today is my last project using our NEW templates. I’m showing you State Your Case.
This set is for my daughter’s birthday. She loves purple and LOVES Beanie Boos. This darling little bear (from my Silhouette library) is perfect!
I have once again used Purse Patterns digi paper. This is the Leopard, recolored in purples.
I love the digi paper wrap! Such a cute design.
I used the heart from There’s No Place Like Home stamp set for my balloon sentiment.
The dimension really adds to this card.
I played along with MFT’s sketch challenge this week:
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Happy Friday! 😀
I hope you’ve had a great week! Mine has been pretty busy. I’m looking forward to a relaxing weekend visiting my sister and playing golf with my hubby and kids.
Today’s template is called Push Over. I made this gift set for one of our dear friends in Wyoming. She LOVES UW Football, so I made this for her birthday.
Wyoming colors are brown and gold. This set makes me smile. We love Wyoming! <3
The template for Push Over fits on one 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of card stock. It is a great size!
Don’t let the rounded sides scare you! The template contains score guides, making it EASY to score and assemble.
I love the shape of this box. It looks impressive, and no one will ever know how easy it was to make! 😉
The digi paper is Academic Hodge Podge. I changed the colors to brown and gold (love digi). The embossed dots remind me of the bumpy texture of a football. I made the sentiment using Adobe Photoshop, then print/cut it using my Silhouette. The helmet is a shape I have in my Silhouette library.
I played along with Mojo305 today. It’s a great sketch:
Stop and see what the rest of the DT has been up to this week. Amazing creations! If you want to see another project using Push Over, stop and see Lauren Meader.
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I have another project to share with you today. This is MTME’s Pocket Change template. I made this for one of my daughter’s birthday. She’s about to turn 9!
This cute little purse measures 4 1/2 inches tall and 3 X 2 1/2 inches wide.
I made the flower using the Rolled Bloom Scalloped cut file.
I love the dimension of rolled flowers! So pretty. I changed the color in the Zebra Purse Patterns digi paper and printed it off for my project.
My image and sentiment is in our Timed Write stamp set. This set has many sentiments to choose from. Definitely a great one to have!
I played along with Mojo305 today. Here’s their sketch:
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I’ll be back tomorrow with another project. 😀
Today’s project showcases MTME’s NEW template Mix-er Up. I’m going to give this to my son, who turns 9 on his birthday! He loves golf.
I totally LOVE this cloud digi paper! WHY haven’t I used it before?!! It’s part of our Campout Digital Paper Pack.
This is a golf course with the flag on the green. I embossed the grass using a basket weave embossing folder. It looks just like the mowing pattern on the golf course at the PGA tournament last weekend! 😀
View from the back. I cut the hills using the decorative layers in Slip Cover.
I used the Perfect Place Card cut file for my card. I embossed the sun using my Scor Pal.
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Today I have a fun, easy project to share with you. I used MTME Just Wrapped template.
The paper is Color Infusion.
For my card, I used Just for You and Frame Me for the sentiment. This week I played along with Just Us Girls. It’s their 200th sketch challenge!
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With school starting in two weeks, I have back to school gifts on my mind. I used a NEW template, Happy Hallows, to make an apple core gift box!
Apples are for teachers, right?
I made my “core” by punching partial circles out of the decorative layer with a circle punch, resembling bite marks.
My kids told me the seeds look like eyes, which I didn’t even think of. However, NOW they keep looking at me! The power of suggestion! 😛
The red flat top of the box opens up. Such a cute, clever design.
I made this apple card using MTME An Apple A Day Slice Cut File. Easy peasy.
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