In Sweden it's really hot now at least where I live. But I managed to make a bookcard in the heat for En Liten Butik that is up today.
I used this Swedish tutorial when I made the card, but if you search for bookcard in English there are plenty tutorials out there. This card is a bit smaller then the bookcard I have done earlier.
I managed to make another card for MFT's Camp Create. This challenge was about foiling or using a shiny paper. Since I don't have any foiling machine I used a paper that is shiny. It is called Foiled Cardstock from DCWV.
I thought the background looked a bit boring so I did the same technique as Stephanie to make some clouds.
I earned a third badge.
I used the following supplies:
Tumbled Glass Disress ink for the clouds
Cloud die from SSS
Border die from PPP
The warm and fuzzy stamp and die set from MFT Stamps
Now I am going to show you the card I made at MFT's card camp and the challenge Magnificent Masking.
I watched the video and wanted to do something similiar with my die called Snow drifts from MFT. But I wanted to use it for a nautical theme. Unfortunately my masking paper ripped the paper a bit so I had to cover it up a bit.
I used several blue distress inks and the lighthouse is a die from Marianne Design and the Grattis (Happy Birthday in Swedish) comes from Gummiapan.
MFT Stamps are having this fun card camp at their blog. I wanted to join the last camp they had but didn't have time and now I am doing this in the nick of time. I might not be able to do all the challenges but I have done two so far. I started with the background bonanza. And I used stamps from MFT called Recipe for happiness.
I stamped my images with versamark and sprinkled white embossing powder on them before using my heat tool. Then I colored the whole background with distress ink; wild honey, picked raspberry and spun sugar.
I colored the chef from the same stamp set with copics and cut out a shape from MFT's Inside and out Stitch Round rectangles.