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Two cards with chemistry for January Vault Release

Card created with Chemistry Set Die-namics for MFT.

Hello again! Today I’m sharing a couple of colorful cards, created with Laina Lamb’s Chemistry Set Die-namics, for the MFT January Vault Release.

I missed out on this set years ago, when it was released, so I’m really happy that it was brought back.  It has a lot of different flasks, test tubes and accessories that are so much fun to play with.

For the first card, I die cut a bunch of the hearts, atoms and particles in five different colors of card stock (backed with Stick-It adhesive) and adhered them to a standard A2 cardbase.

I stamped the sentiment from the Undeniable Chemistry set in Summer Splash Premium Dye Ink, on a strip diecut with one of the banners from the Skinny Strips Die-namics. Then I embossed it with clear embossing powder.

Close up of sentiment in chemistry card.

Lastly, I added some matching enamel dots for extra dimension and that’s it. The second card is a chemistry themed clean and simple shaker.

I started by diecutting a panel with the largest die from the A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 1 Die-namics and four of the before mentioned chemistry flasks.

CAS chemistry shaker card.

Then I used only one layer of foam tape and a piece of thin acetate, to create the shaker window, which I filled with colorful micro beads. They are very sensitive to the static electricity and move almost like a bubbling liquid at times.

Close up of CAS shaker card.

I stamped the sentiment from the LLD Undeniable Chemistry set with Extreme Black Hybrid Ink and added some drops of Glossy Accents, to finish the card.

Chemistry shaker card.

That’s it from today. Head on to the MFT Blog for more inspiration from the rest of the team or to the MFT Boutique for some Vault Release shopping!

List of MFT supplies used for the chemistry cards

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Comments (11)

  • Heather Mills 1 month ago Reply

    These are both so fun!!! I love the beads in the beakers!

  • Scraporcraft 1 month ago Reply

    I like the shaker chemistry and the added drops.

  • Gail Scott 1 month ago Reply

    These are totally adorable – love that shaker and the background first one too – beautiful work!

  • Sharon Gullikson 1 month ago Reply

    Oh my gosh, these are so cool!!!!! I love them both—so different, but both so cool.

  • Jane Bosi 1 month ago Reply

    Too Cute!

  • Meghan Kennihan 1 month ago Reply

    Both are awesome! I LOVE the shaker! I LOVE the colors of the first one!

  • Ruth Gauss 1 month ago Reply

    I love both of these! The first is so fun with all the cheery colors (definitely easy to stay positive) and the shaker element of the second one is just genius (pun intended!)
    Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!

  • Sue D 1 month ago Reply

    I like the fun colors on the first and great idea to make shakers.

  • Tanja Souter 4 weeks ago Reply

    These are so much fun!

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