I’m wrapping up my final day in Texas. Jeanne and I have decided to have one of those no running, loll around days. We’ve been on the run for three solid weeks now and I have to tell y’all that I’m one tired little puppy! I have so enjoyed my visit with Jeanne, both in Louisville and in Texas and as long as she’ll let me come back, I’m here. I have been able to get together with so many friends and each and every one of them has made this trip so special. As Jenn would say, Good Times!

Enough of my sentimental sappy ramblings, let’s get to some stamping before I cry. My Favorite Things is releasing 3 new sets on November 1st, and I have one to show you today. This set is called Build a Bouquet, but I stamped out a card with a little twist. Actually, I have been calling this my fuzzy ball tree since I first started working on it. If you want to get technical about it, I suppose it is actually a Christmas Topiary, but I so love saying fuzzy ball tree.

Fuzzy Ball Tree

There are 4 different sizes of circles in the set but I worked with only 3 of them. I stamped the circles in VersaMagic Chalk Inks and then over stamped with a smaller flower in the set using different colors of green. The tree trunk is made with one of the flower stems from the set and the pot is just that, a flower pot. To finish the image off, I added little dots of Red Stickles. The background paper is BasicGrey Dasher that I found at Jacksonbelle Embellishments.

Stamps: Build a Bouquet by My Favorite Things

Paper: Georgia Pacific White; SU Chocolate Chip and Always Artichoke; BasicGrey Dasher

Ink: VersaMagic Chalk Inks, SU Chocolate Chip and Always Artichoke

Accessories: Ribbon, Red Stickles, Wedge Makeup Sponge

18 Responses to “MFT Sneak Peak!”

  1. I LOVE your fuzzy balls Sherry ~ ooopppssss, I mean your fuzzy ball tree!!! LOL!!!! It is very creative and festive!

    ~Lynda

  2. You are one smart cookie Sherry! This is ingenius!

  3. I LOVE THIS FUZZY BALL TREE!!!!!!

  4. WOW! I LOVE it!! This is just amazing. Now you’ve really piqued my curiousity about this set, just when I’ve said I can’t buy ANY MORE floral sets!! 😉

  5. WOW..this is sooo beautiful! It looks 3-D. I actually thought at first it was made with those small tiny punched shapes and forwarded to a freind who makes cards from flowers using those punches.
    This is stunning…beautiful selection of greens etc. I have to see if I have any little stamps that would work for me to create something like this.
    TFS!

  6. Gorgeous!
    Time flies when you’re having fun!

  7. This fuzzy ball tree is GORGEOUS! I’m excited to see this set! TFS

  8. well aren’t you clever!?!

  9. Totally fabulous….you creative chicky!

  10. Lovely card — it seems VERY tall! What are the dimensions?
    I would call it a Deluxe card…

  11. Sherry, That is breathtaking! I can’t wait to see what the set looks like! TFS {SMILES}

  12. Cool!

  13. hmmmmm…..I like this!!! (I REALLY don’t need another flower set…..REALLY!!!)

  14. Awhhh man is that a beuty. The stamps are great and everything BUT its what you put into it that makes it so awesome. Nicely done.

  15. OMG! Sherrie I thought the same thing when I saw the set. I made something along those lines for my sneak peak. I’m not copying I promise! Wow..I guess they are right when they say “Great minds think alike”..hehehe

  16. Oh my golly! This card is so pretty! I’m not good at using stamps out side of the box like this! You are a fantastic inspiration!!!
    Enjoy your day!

  17. Get outta town, girl (oh, I guess you did, LOL!) — so THIS is a fuzzy ball tree!! It’s fabulous, I love it!! Great thinking outside the box (or flower) LOL!

  18. this is nice. a great christmas tree. fuzzy ball tree sounds better than topiary!!

Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)

© 2015 Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha
Cookie Policy

Blog hosted by Splitcoaststampers Privacy Policy Cookie Policy