This rainbow die and the clouds were the very first dies I ever bought from MFT. I remember searching for a rainbow die like this for what seemed like forever for a rainbow themed birthday invitation.
The second challenge from MFT was to make a card using only die cuts. Honestly, I'm not sure I have ever done this, but I do have a Blueprint set or two in my tool box so it was super easy. Many thanks to MFT for having this particular freebie with $60 at some point.
MFT's third challenge of the day was to use a number. I still don't have a lot of their stamps so I felt pretty limited in my choices with this one, but as I had already colored the jolly fellow it made sense to use him.
The final challenge was to get a card in the mail. This was the kick in the butt I needed to finally make this card that that had been floating in my head. I dear friend of mine is a big animal vet who has just moved to a new location much closer to farm land than where she had been. She loves cows and we have a gift waiting to be mailed because we needed the card. So here is the card that will finally get this on its way.
The inside of this "z" card has a sheep and some trees too. My oldest got super excited when I opened the card to show it off so it must be a winner.
And since I was on a roll, I also finished up a card for Papertrey Ink's Make It Monday this week.
My butterflies are my fake epoxy embellishments as you may be able to tell from the shine.
Thanks for looking! I hope you found time to play this weekend too.