Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

Changes – the good kind! As we flip the calendar from one year to the next, an inevitability is the change a new year often brings us. Today, as we ring in 2014, we’re so happy to share news of an expansion to our incredibly talented Design Team. Please help me welcome two new faces that are probably already familiar to most of you as they’ve done some fantastic guest work for us recently. Both ladies have created an inspiring card to introduce themselves, and their fun styles, to our team. First off, we extend a warm welcome to Kimberly Crawford. You can find Kimberly’s work on her blog. kimberlycrawford

kimberly crawford dec 31

Next up, say “hi” to Kim O’Connell. Kim blogs at Paper Perfect Designs. Kim O'Connell

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We’d love to have you all join the MFT family in giving both of these talented ladies a warm welcome. We’re all looking forward to the incredible projects they’re sure to bring us.

Welcome Kimberly and Kim! kimberly crawford dec 31
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  • Becky (Cards by Becky, bpnaz)

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    :) Welcome Kim…&…Kimberly! I know you both will rock the MFT Design Team. I can’t wait to view your projects and beautiful cards. Happy New Year, Becky

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  • Queen Mary

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    Welcome to the newcomers! Tres exciting all around!

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  • Tricia

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    WooHOO!!!! I knew it!!! : ) Excellent choices, MFT! And congrats to Kimberly and Kim!!

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  • Kathy Slawsky

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    Love these Chanpagne Glasses and the dimension you added to the card. Looking forward to more inspiration!

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  • Tracey

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    Two super talented ladies! Incredible additions to the already amazing team!!

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  • Dawn Easton

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    Congrats ladies! I know Kim has wanted this for a long time ;) WTG!

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  • Gayatri

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    Great choices! Woohoo! Cannot wait to see their projects this coming year. Congrats ladies :)

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