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September’s Design Team Creative Challenge

After a few days break from the new release, our Designers are back at it. Today we have several designers playing along in our Design Team Creative Challenge!   This month, we asked the girls to embrace a clean and simple, no coloring style. That’s right, back away from the pencils and markers.  Its a clean and crisp look that we’ve seen in blogland lately. Are you ready to see who embraced the challenge and did *not* color today?

As an example, let’s take a look at what Wendy has not colored up for you….

Here’s links to the designers playing along today, we can’t wait to see how you interpret this month’s challenge – there are lots of ways to embrace clean and simple and still have a finished looking card – have fun!

Joanne

Lisa

Megan

Barbara

Frances

Jackie

Jessie

Jody

Eva

Melody

Jodi

Sarah

Arlene

Christina

Karen

Kerry

Wendy

Michele

Sherrie

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August Design Team Creative Challenge – Fun Folds

Our fabulous Design Team members are ready to inspire you again today in our monthly Design Team Creative Challenge. This month, Christina challenged the team to play with non-traditional card folds in their projects.  They’re all free to use any stamp or Die-namic of their choosing, but can not make a standard folded card.  There are SO many creative ways to fold your cards, I can hardly wait to see what the girls have come up with today.

Be sure to visit each of the following designers that have taken up this month’s challenge, and, if you’re ready to jump on board and show us some of those fancy folds yourself, you’ll want to join us on the MFT Forum on Splitcoast Stampers to strut your stuff!

Christina

Jackie

Barbara

Jessie

Jodi

Lisa

Julie

Sarah

Arlene

Frances

Eva

Melody

Kerry

Jody

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July Design Team Creative Challenge

In 2011, MFT is working harder than ever to inspire you, and we have come up with something we think you’ll really enjoy. Our Design Team Creative Challenge is a new monthly feature, where we challenge our design team to explore their creative side using a specific theme, product or technique. This month, the girls are On a Roll!

I’m really excited to see how the girls have interpreted this month’s challenge! Will they use our many Rolled Flower Die-namics, or will they find another way to make those projects roll?  I’m sure these clever girls have a few fun ideas for you!

If you’re inspired to get On a Roll yourself, then I hope you’ll add your project to our MFT Forum on Splitcoast Stampers so that we can see what you’ve been up to!

Be sure to roll on over to see samples from……

Julie

Jackie

Jodi

Barbara

Lisa

Jody

Eva

Frances

Christina

Inge

Karen

Joanne

Jessie

Sarah

Megan

Kerry

Thanks and have fun!

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Design Team Creative Challenge June: Playing with Paint!

If you’ve been reading here the last few months, then hopefully you’ve seen our newest feature, the Design Team Creative Challenge.  In this monthly feature, we challenge our design team to explore their creative side using a specific theme, product or technique. This month, our designers have  been challenged to paint!

I’ve loved the recent surge in mixed media projects, art journals, canvases, DIY painted embellishments etc. I can’t wait to see how our designers have interpreted this challenge for you!   Be sure to hop around to visit with the following designers to see what they’ve painted for you today!

We’ve started a thread for this on our MFT Forum on Splitcoast, if you’re feeling inspired to play with paint, please add your sample to the thread, we’d LOVE to see it!

Joanne

Christina

Jodi

Eva

Jody

Lisa

Melody

Inge

Frances

Arlene

Kerry

Megan

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May Design Team Creative Challenge

In 2011, MFT is working harder than ever to inspire you, and we have come up with something we think you’ll really enjoy. Our Design Team Creative Challenge is a new monthly feature, where we challenge our design team to explore their creative side using a specific theme, product or technique. This month, Eva and Arlene have challenged us to give monochromatic coloring a try!

We have so many designers lined up today with a little eye candy with this fun technique, and if you like what they see and want to give it a try, the girls will each be sharing the marker colors they used to achieve the effect.  We hope you’ll enjoy our project, and that you’ll give monochromatic coloring a try yourself!

Jodi

Christina

Eva

Jessie

Frances

Jody

Arlene

Lisa

Wendy

Inge

Julie

Joanne

Jackie

Megan

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April Design Team Creative Challenge – For the kids

In 2011, MFT is working harder than ever to inspire you!  Our Design Team Creative Challenge is a new monthly feature, where we challenge our design team to explore their creative side using a specific theme or product. This month, we asked the team to get creative and create something “For the Kids.”  In today’s group posting, you’ll find everything from hair accessories, to children’s decor and gift ideas! It’s a great occasion to get crafty, and put your supplies to good use.

Ready to get inspired to make something sweet for the little ones in your life? With so many girls participating in today’s challenge, surely you’ll find something that is calling your name!  Please be sure to stop by to visit with:

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Design Team Creative Challenge: Die-namics Decor

This month, our Design Team took up the challenge to create home decor using Die-namics. This is great, and might I add, affordable way to update your room, add a bit of charm to an empty space on a bookshelf or create a thoughtful gift for a friend. I’m so excited to see how our designers have interpreted this challenge, and hope that you will be encouraged to look at your stamping and scrapping supplies in a new way too!

We have the following designers on board today to share a bit of Die-namics Decor with you – are you ready? I simply can’t WAIT to see what they’ve worked up for today!

Frances
Joanne
Jen
Eva
Lisa
Christina
Jodi
Arlene
Barbara
Inge
Julie
Jessie
Sherrie
Susie
Megan
Carole

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February Design Team Creative Challenge

Its time for another Design Team Creative Challenge! Last month, our designers shared many Valentine ideas as part of our January Design Team Creative Challenge – and with February 14th right around the corner, you might want to take a peek back for some ideas to put together in the next few days!

This month, we asked our designers to get creative with any of our digital products. We’ve got Digital Papers a selection of Digital Stamps, and Digital Templates too (which are great whether you’re using the print and cut files, or those made specifically for digital cutting systems!) – I can’t wait to see which products the girls have chosen to work with today!

You’ll find some amazing projects based on all of our digital products today from the following designers – have a great time surfing around.

Inge
Cindy
Christina
Frances
Jessie
Jen
Jodi
Melody
Julie
Joanne
Barbara
Lisa

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Design Team Creative Challenge: Valentines

2011, MFT is working harder than ever to inspire you, and we have come up with something we think you’ll really enjoy.  Our Design Team Creative Challenge will be a new monthly feature, where we challenge our design team to explore their creative side using a specific theme or product.

This month, we asked the team to get creative for Valentine’s Day.  It’s a great occasion to get crafty, and put your supplies to good use.  Are you ready to get some ideas for your Valentine’s Day gifts?

Click through the list of participants below to see everything from cards to gift ideas and everything between. I hope that today’s Design Team Creative Challenge gets you inspired to break out your My Favorite Things stamps and accessories and get a little Valentine Crafty!

Barbara Anders

Christina Fischer

Cindy Haffner

Frances Byrne

Inge Groot

Jessie Rone

Joanne Basile

Jodi Collins

Jody Morrow

Julie Dinn

Kerry Johnson

Lisa Henke

Melody Rupple

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