11 August 2020

MFT | Hey Ghostie!

Hello there, today marks the release of the My Favorite Things August stamps, dies, paper, stencils and much more! This release has a very autumnal/fall and Halloween feel to it and there are some super fun sets. For my card today, I thought I would use the fun new Hey, Ghoul Die and Rolling Clouds Stencil.

I started off my card by die cutting the ghost from the MFT Hey, Ghoul Die-Namics set. I die cut the main body from white cardstock. I added a small piece of tape to the back, so that I could piece in the eyes and mouth from black cardstock. I then cut the cheeks from pink and adhered them on top with glue. I cut the 'hey!' portion of the sentiment three times from white cardstock (with Stick It Adhesive on the back) and layered them up one on top of another.
I took an A2 white card base and using the MFT Rolling Clouds Stencil, blended on Distress Inks for the clouds. I started at the top using Black Soot and then blended down to Dusty Concord. For the first two layers of the purple, I blended over a little Black Soot as well, to darken them slightly.
I then added the sentiment with the Stick It Adhesive on the back to the right hand side and the ghost to the left with foam tape.

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I am hoping to have a play with more from the release throughout the month. It is such a fun release! Thank you so much for stopping by to see me today. I hope you have a wonderful day!


  1. Funky card !
    May I ask a question please ? I've watched various card makers blend up sky backgrounds, some start at the top like you, some start at the bottom & work up. Is there a better way or a correct way or does it just come down to what you want to do ? Stay healthy, safe & happy creating x

    1. Hi Andrea, I think it is just down to personal preference. I find it easier to keep the top of the cloud lighter when I start at the top and work my way down and I also find it easier to do that if I have grass or something like that at the bottom. It really is down to whatever is easiest for you though. Thank you! I hope you are well and staying safe xx


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