August New Release SHOP HOP!

I’m so excited to announce
that the new stamps and Die-namics
are now available HERE the
MFT Boutique!

We’ve had so much fun all week sharing with you all of the latest products and hope you’ve been inspired by our amazing Designers. Weren’t their samples extraordinary?  I can’t wait to see what your favorite products are this month.

As always, the girls have come together again for our monthly SHOP HOP!  We have twenty two beautiful stops for you this evening, and during your tour this evening, you’ll see each of the new stamps and Die-namics just in case you want to make a few last minute additions to your shopping list!

Remember that MFT has special rewards for you!  Be sure to add your Triple Scoop Reward for orders over $60! And, if you spend over $125 or more (excluding shipping and taxes…) you’ll be able to add the Triple Scoop Reward and request a free set of your choosing as well! You can read ALL the details for our rewards programs HERE

Our very first stop on this evening’s hop is CHRISTINA FISCHER.  Christina, all I can say is… that girl has it all, she’s a wonderful friend, so funny and an amazing artist! You’re going to have a great time visiting with her this evening!

Hope to see you over in the Boutique for a little shopping!

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