Mistletoe card for Color Challenge 130

Mistletoe card for Color Challenge 130 at MFT.

This week’s Color Challenge (number 130) at MFT, features a seventies combo that I l0ve. It inspired me to create a card with the new Mistletoe Cover-Up Die-namics.

I diecut it twice out of Jellybean Green and once out of Milk Chocolate Card Stock. Then I inlaid the first layer of green leaves and brown background on a panel of Smooth White Card Stock.

Seventies card created with the Mistletoe Cover-Up Die-namics.

Next I adhered the second green cover-up die cut on top of the first one, but used 3D foam under some of the leaves to give them more dimension. I used the two circle dies from the Turntable Die-namics to die cut a bunch of berries out of Tangy Orange Card Stock.

Mistletoe card with seventies color combo.

After adhering them, I sprayed the whole thing with Glimmer Mist. It was hard to capture the beautiful shimmer with my camera and the card looks so much better in real life.

Close up of card created with the Mistletoe Cover-Up Die-namics.

For the sentiment, I went with the older Joy Die-namics and die cut it out of white card stock backed with Scor-Tape. I then adhered it to a circle, die cut out of Heavyweight Translucent Vellum.

That’s all for today! Join us at the MFT Blog this week for a chance to win a $50 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique.

List of MFT supplies used for the mistletoe card

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