MFT – ‘Llama Love’


Hello there!  I’m back this week with this card that I have made using My Favorite Things – Llama Love stamps and dies.  I’ve had these stamps for a couple of months now but I didn’t get the dies at the same time as I thought that they were pretty expensive.  Anyway, I fussy cut one llama out and it took me ages!  I’m just not good at this fussy cutting lark and I think that’s one of the reasons that I hadn’t yet made a card with them!  So on Friday I took the plunge and ordered the dies which came the next day which meant that I could make this card.  Actually, I have made 2 the same.  One will be for my brother from my sister, and the other is for my sister’s brother-in-law. It’s another punny card – they just make me smile 🙂

I also used: My Favorite Things – Free Spirit papers, Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle Die and Everyday Sentiment Banner Dies.  Frantic Stamper Stitched Scene Builder Dies, Spellbinder’s Circle Die, Epiphany Tool, Spectrum Noirs, Memento inkpads in Tuxedo Black and Espresso Truffle. Core-dinations cardstock and the ‘Brother’ sentiment is from Waltzingmouse Stamps. Also, my WRMK Corner Chomper.

That’s all from me for today.  I hope you’re having a good week so far, and to all blogging pals across the pond – ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ for tomorrow!

Thanks for stopping by, take care – Karen 🙂

11 thoughts on “MFT – ‘Llama Love’

  1. Great colour combination, as always. I love that chevron paper. But the best part is definitely the sentiment – it really made me smile!! I’m with you on the fussy cutting, some of us can and some of us can’t! Unless it is a really simple shape I probably won’t even try any more.

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  2. Hmmn, just realised my comment might not be quite as complimentary as I meant. The colouring and composition is the best part of your card, but the sentiment finishes it off perfectly, is really what I meant!!

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  3. I so love this style! Fabulous stamps and papers, so fun, I think these cards will be a hit with the men receiving them. I fussy cut a lot but I use a special pair of scissors, which look more like tweezers, not so tiring for the fingers and easy to navigate.


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