My Creative Time 67th Edition Release Week- Stitched Petals

Hi everyone! It’s sneak peek week over at My Creative Time for their 67th Edition Release, and I am so excited to be joining in on the fun with a special guest designer project. Today is day three of peeks, and Emma is showcasing two new sets, this month’s freebie die and a new set of basic shapes that you are going to love.

This shabby vintage-inspired card features the new Scalloped Stitched Square dies…. so useful for creating stacked layers like you see here…. and this month’s adorable freebie die, called Stitched Petals.

I used four of the new scalloped dies to create my focal panel here, and love the layered look that this gives. But what I love about them the most is that there are many more nesting dies that come with this set, from larger card base sizes down to the smallest shapes that I used here. I die cut the freebie Stitched Petals die onto the smallest stitched square shape, and pulled up on the petals for a bit of dimension. Embellished the center of the flower with a button and sticker for a little extra detail. The papers and stickers are from Photo Play Paper’s French Flea Market collection.

***Sneak Peek giveaway!***

Emma is giving away a free set of today’s new products to one lucky commenter, so don’t forget to leave a comment here, then pop over to the My Creative Time blog to see what the rest of the team has for you. Emma will announce today’s winner on the MCT blog tomorrow. Remember, as always, the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win. VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE leave a way for us to contact you w/your comment just in case “YOU” are the lucky winner! For EXTRA entries, you can spread the word about this release on Facebook, tweet about it OR even instagram it! #mycreativetime! Good luck everyone! And thanks so much for stopping by!

The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

My Creative Time: Stitched Petals Die (available on the MCT website 5/18)
My Creative Time: Scalloped Stitched Square Dies (available on the MCT website 5/18)

Photo Play Paper - French Flea Market Collection - 12 x 12 Collection PackRanger Ink - Inkssentials - 8.5 x 11 Cardstock Pack - KraftTim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Brushed CorduroyRanger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - RoundWe R Memory Keepers Cropadile CORNER CHOMPER Radius 70904-6Therm O Web 3D MOUNTING SQUARES White Foam 3777

Other: Twine, Button


27 thoughts on “My Creative Time 67th Edition Release Week- Stitched Petals

  1. OMG What a Gorgeous Card. You totally showcased today’s sneaky peek in one Fabulous Vintage look creation. All of your creative ideas sure make one Spectacular Card.
    You so did a Super Outstanding Creative job!!

  2. Wow! Your card is gorgeous! Love the colors! Super excited about the new layering scalloped square dies and the new flower die! Cannot wait! Thanks for sharing! lindagk23ataoldotcom

  3. Such a beautiful card with lovely color, Audrey!! Love that stitched flower with dimension, so pretty! Awesome layering and wonderful scalloped squares! Great touch with the button, too!! Amazing card…love it!!

  4. The flower die has even more dimension with the inking. The new square layering dies are beautiful and I like how the new flower looks with the scallop and straight layer. A beautiful vintage looking card! Wonderful job.
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  5. So beautiful! LOVE LOVE LOVE your card. All the fun layers coordinate beautifully!

  6. This card is so sweet! I love all the layers and you are right, those stitched dies would be so useful! I love how you popped up the petals of the flower just a bit. Shabby chic perfection!

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