I hope you are enjoying the sunshine at your house! It's blazing in Texas. I think we will spend most of the week over 100 degrees. This is the 1st chance I have had to break into my Make It Market kit from PTI. I love the dies and the foam. Betsy wasn't kidding when she said the foam was sticky!

I am still have some trouble lining up all the layers so I discovered a little trick that might help you as well. Before I put the final cardstock on the top of the frame I use a Copic marker to "color" the sides of the foam that match my paper. No more white edge! ~Rhonda

Sunshine card
stamps: PTI - Make It Market: Shakers & Sprinkles, Hello Sunshine
ink: MFT - Lemon Drop; Memento - Tuxedo Black
paper: MFT - Berrylicious; MME - On the Bright Side; PTI - Stamper's Select White
other: PTI - Make It Market dies, cloud


  1. Fabulous design! Love the sunrays peeking out of the corner! Do you use your set a lot? I got an email today saying there are some extra sets available but can't decide if it would be worth the cost. The dies look amazing.

    1. Hi Sharron, I sent you an email. I am enjoying the set.

  2. Oh, this is fabulous! I love how you used the kit!

    1. Thanks Leigh! I love using the double sided foam though it is REALLY sticky.

  3. Oh this is so sweet! I love the sun and clouds combination. I can see using a variety of stamp sets and the Shakers dies for lots of different seasons and occasions. It's such a fun kit!!

    1. Thanks Karen. I think there is room for a lot of creativity.

  4. This is fantastic, Rhonda! Great colors and detailing! Love this shaker with the added fluffy clouds on the outside! Great touch!

  5. I know I am commenting late but this card is so pretty! I love everything about it.


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