Friendly Foxes | MFT Stamps May Release Countdown Day 5

Hello, everyone!  Are you ready?  It's time to start the countdown for the May release from My Favorite Things!

I am so excited to show you the latest set from Stacey Yacula called Friendly Foxes!  I love how cute these foxes are, especially the little one wearing his or her dad's tie.

I stamped all of my images with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock and colored with Copics.  I used their coordinating dies to cut them out.

Copic Colors Used:

Fox Darker Fur: YR20, Y17, YR15, YR18, E19
Fox Lighter Fur: E0000, E000, E21, E11, E04
Blue Ties: B0000, B01, B02, B04, B06

For my background, I used a sheet of Kraft Card Stock cut to 4.25" x 5.5" and adhered it to a top folding horizontal A2 Card Base of Smooth White Card Stock.  I then added a sheet of blue patterned paper from the Tiny Check Paper Pack.  I added a small strip of Cornflower Prestige Cardstock to break up the area where the patterned paper joined the Kraft Card Stock.

I then added a stitched white circle using the Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics and adhered my images to to with some 3D Foam Adhesive Squares.  Lastly, I heat embossed my sentiment with Fine Detail White Embossing Powder onto a strip of Black Licorice Card Stock.

Make sure to stop by the MFT Blog to see some other sneak peeks of the latest release!  Don't forget to leave a comment there for a chance to win a $75 MFT Gift Voucher!

 This release will be available this coming Tuesday, May 7th at 10AM EDT!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  If you liked this card and want some more crafty inspiration, don't forget to check out my INSTAGRAM feed!

Happy stamping!

♥ Rachel


  1. Love your card!!! The blue check paper really makes it pop!

  2. Love this little fox - the card is adorable!!

    1. Thank you! I love Stacey Yacula’s illustrations! :0)

  3. Love the plaid, absolutely adorable. Thanks for sharing.

  4. They look like they are lit up! So sweet!

    1. Thank you, Karen! That’s what I love so much about Copic markers. With so many blending options, you can get a lot of nice light and dark contrasting. :0)