When Jody (She’s so nice!) reached out to me and asked if I would like to create something with the latest MFT Stamps Let’s Party Card Kit (shile supplies last) I was really excited. As you may already know, I’ve been purchasing a lot of MFT Stamps Card Kits this year. What I love most about their kits are you can buy each element separately (linked below)!
Kit contents sold seperately
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Mix n' Match
I did make 2 cards with the Let’s Party Card Kit t, but in an effort to keep my video (down below) down to a reasonable time I’m just going to include some images here. You can see them all on my Instagram. Can you imagine this card with all the presents in christmas colors? Under a tree? The Gifts Galore Die-Namics can be used for any occasion or holiday!
Let's Party Card Kit YouTube Tutorial
MFT Card Kits are so easy to work with. Take the entire kit, just like the Let’s Party Card Kit along with you for a weekend with a few other crafty items and you’re all set! Of course a die cutting machine always comes in handy and that brings me to the Magic Mat. I used it quite a bit for these cards and saw some concerning results. Let me preface this with the fact that I’ve been considering picking up the Magic Mat & Switch Plates Combo, so I used my current Magic Mat in my Switch.
I ran into some trouble...
I noticed that it really cuts into the mat a lot and if I place the die over that area again it doesn’t like to cut the paper properly. It’s almost like the mat acts as a sponge and the roller blades push the die into that “sponge” and then the paper doesn’t die cut. It was really frustrating but I will test further and keep you up to date on my findings.
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Christmas in July!
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