For the first project, foiling, I created a graduation card.
To create the starry sky background I used Color Burst water color powders after spritzing water color paper with water, once it dryed, I added additional drops of water. The stars were cut out of Gold Foil Cardstock, using the Die-namics Stacking Stars and Die-namics Pierced Star STAX. The word 'stars' was cut out with Die-namics Count the Stars, with the first part of the greeting from the stamp set of the same name, and mounted on a dry embossed strip.
For the second card, coloring on Kraft, I made a thank you card.
I heat embossed the MFT Scribble Roses in white and colored them all with a white Prisma pencil before coloring them with again with color pencils, the white pencil seems to make the colors brighter. I added a greeting from the Die-namics Words of Gratitude and white dots made with a gel pen.
For the third card, Inlaid, I made a birthday card with my new MFT stencil and dies.
I stenciled the balloons with the Big Balloons stencil and inlaid the birthday greeting with the Die-namics Happy Birthday. The background was dry embossed and I added a paper clip from the Die-namics Office Supplies set.
The fourth challenge is to use masking on a card, and I also used this week's MFT sketch 289.
I did a lot of masking for my inlaid card of balloons, so for this one I masked off the girl so I could stamp the MFT Linen Background on her hat. I used the MFT BB Sunflower Sweetheart stamp set and die-namics and colored her with copics and paper pieced her dress. The background was stamped in Sweet Tooth with the Writing Tablet Background on Kraft.
Here's my fifth and final card for MFT Camp Create, create a background for a card.
To create this card, I used the leaf from the MFT Prehistoric Fun set and the acorn from the Forest Fun set, the deer and greeting are also from the Forest Fun set. I colored the images with white Prisma pencil and then followed that with colored Prismas and some white gel pen dots. The deer was colored with copic markers. I cut through my acorn background with a Stitched Jumbo Fishtail Banner die-namic and raised that panel with foam tape, then raised a smaller fishtail die-namic that was stamped with the Gingham Background and placed it in the middle with the deer on top, giving it lots of dimension. The greeting was stamped on a banner from the MFT Blueprints 20.
Thanks to My Favorite Things for all of the fun challenges!