Sunday, June 5, 2011

Pure Innocence Sunday!

Hey everyone, and welcome to day three of this month's new release teasers from My Favorite Things. Tonight we are showing off the 5 new Pure Innocence sets being released this month. I had a hard time choosing which set I wanted to use...they are all SO CUTE!!! Before we get to my card, here is all the need to know info!!
Here are the details about the upcoming release on June 7 at 10 PM EST:

  • The MFT release is on June 7 at 10 PM EST. You can attend the release party from 8-10 PM EST here in the forum for fun, games, and prizes! All the new sets and dies will be available on June 7 at 10 PM EST.


  • The guest designer contest is ON! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $100 in stamp sets and play along with the DT for a month.


  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to Kim's blog NOW! Be sure to leave comments as you go for a chance to win one of 2 $10 vouchers being given away daily, just for leaving a comment. :) Check Kim's blog every day for the winners.

For my card tonight, I decided to use the new Poppin' By set. I really just wanted a chance to play with the AWESOME new Film Strip Border Die-namic...it's so FUN!!! I colored her with Copics after stamping her on some X-Press It Blending Card. I paper pieced her dress with some Echo Park For the Record paper. My red ribbon is SU, but the black plaid is from MFT, as well as my twine. My card stock is Red Hot and Black Licorice. I used an old MFT button, as well.

Well, that is it for me for now!! Thanks for stopping by, and remember to head on over to Kim's blog for a full list of designer participating today!!

31 comments:

Melody said...

How cute! Those papers look stunning mixed with white!

Kelli said...

AACK! Her shirt is SO friggin CUTE.... LOVE that color combo and the designed film strip!!!

Arlene said...

Love this Jess! The red and black combo is fab! ♥

Sparkle said...

This is just darling!

Crystal R said...

Love the black, white and red colour scheme with just a touch of colour on the dress.

Nancy Thomas said...

Love the color combo - very striking.

Bonnie aka raduse said...

Totally cute!

Julie said...

Fabulous card Jessie! Love seeing the film strip in patterned paper!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

this is so adorable, I love it

bernshwag said...

Super adorable card Jessie, there's that black again! Love it...

Hugs,
Candi

StampOwl said...

love this color combo

Gabby said...

What a darling card! Love the paper pieced dress--so cute! Also like your combination of paper choices and layout! :)

Kary said...

Sweet card! Love the colour combo!! and of cos the PI girl.

Susan said...

I'm loving that filmstrip dienamic.

Joanna McDonald said...

Love your paper pieced dress - it really
makes it POP! Love that filmstrip die!

Kim said...

Beautiful Jessie!

Playing with Paper said...

This card is adorable!! Love it!

CheckerBeads said...

love it! Such a cute dress!

Anne

wendy said...

cute card...loving the filmstrip

Jenny said...

Soooooo CUTE!!! Love it Jessie!!

Ashley Nguyen Newell said...

Eeeeek! The patterned paper film strip is FABULOUS!!!! Love this! Super cute!

Jackie said...

Oh Jessie, this is just too darn cute! I love the colors you used and the way you used patterned paper for the film strip, amazing job!

Dawn said...

Oh so cute Jessie!

texasjodylynn said...

Adorable card and I love the patterns you used.

Cynthia said...

Very sweet! The dp and colors are great.

Moosisk said...

What a FAB card! Love the papers you used! Thanks for the inspiration. :D

Janet
moosisk@hotmail.com

Lisa H. said...

love how you did her up! that touch of gingham ribbon....great!

Angel said...

Love her little outfit, supah fun card!

krussellstudio said...

Love the colors! I also love how her little dress. Great job!

Katie said...

This is really a great card! I love all of the elements including the new filmstrip die! Thank you for sharing!

Katie B.

Lynda Benden said...

Oh my gosh, what a darling set and I LOVE the film strip die, what a great idea!