"I hate camping, but I love summer camp." ~Zooey Deschanel
The MFT Camp Create has been a lot of fun, and I was able to make a card for each day of the camp...of which I'm going to showcase them all in one post today.
My first card was my favorite of the five, featuring Magnificent Masking. I started with a brick red card base and stenciled a brick pattern onto it with the Small Brick Wall Stencil. Then on a vanilla cardstock panel, I masked a few cute pups from the You Make My Tail Wag Set, colored them with distress ink and adhered this panel onto the base with dimensional adhesive. I finished the card with a stamped sentiment.
This next card is for the Coloring on Kraft session. I stamped and colored with pencils some blooms and leaves from Sketched Blooms and splattered with some white acrylic paint. I stamped a sentiment from Right at Home's Script Greetings onto a white panel and then adhered this to the card base with dimensional adhesive.
My third card features a custom, stamped background for the Background Bonanza Session. I stamped the smaller images from Magical Unicorns onto a cream cardstock panel with chocolate ink, then colored them in with a comic book inspired fashion with Copics. I added a bit of sparkle with Wink of Stella. Then this panel was adhered to a kraft cardstock base and I stamped a fishtail banner sentiment from Magical Unicorns.
This next one is for Inlaid Made Easy. I inked a blue piece of cardstock and added some pearlized splatters. After the panel dried, I die cut the butterflies and elephant from Adorable Elephants. Then I die cut the same from white cardstock, stamped and colored them in with zigs. The blue panel was adhered to a white cardstock base, and I inlaid two butterflies and the elephants The middle butterfly was adhered with dimensional adhesive. I finished the card with a banner sentiment and a few iridescent sequins.
This last card is for the Fantastic Foiling Session. I started with affixing three strips of double-sided adhesive onto a white cardstock panel and covering with gold foil. I then stamped a sentiment from Adorable Elephants. The panel was affixed to an aqua card base. Then I stamped, colored and die cut a unicorn from Magical Unicorns. I attempted to add foil to the hooves and horn. I finished the card by affixing the unicorn to the card with dimensional adhesive and gold sequins.
Whew, that's a bunch of cards!