Feature Friday: At the Movies

We’re already busy preparing for the August Release here at My Favorite Things and we’ll be kicking off our week long Teaser Time in just a few days. In the meantime, of course, I have lots of My Favorite Things stamps and Die-namics already in my collection to put to work.  I like to share creations with some of my “older” stamps and Die-namics with you since whether old or new, they are equally loved.  I must say, I especially like pairing my older stamps with newer paper and Die-namics for a fresh feel.

With my children home from school, I’ve found myself doing a lot more late night stamping,which also means a lot of late night movie watching.  I’ve just caught all the way up on True Blood on HBO.  So, what’s your favorite movie to stamp along to?With all my TV and movie watching of late, I was inspired to pull out the At the Movies with this new patterned paper from Glitz Designs.  I added in my beloved Fishtail Flags STAX along with a cluster of our new MFT Buttons which were threaded with Charcoal Twine.

If you haven’t seen At the Movies yet, it is a huge 6×6 sized stamp set.  You’ll find lots of options to personalize, and lots of graphic elements to stamp. In particular, I love using this for birthday cards for kids – especially if it is a movie themed birthday. What about using for movie theater gift cards?

I’ve used the included Die-namics to create a little embellishment cluster.

You can see a quick product video using the At the Movies Stamp Set and Die-namics HERE or simply click play below. Speaking of movies, I’m headed out with the kids to watch Brave this afternoon.  A perfect rainy day activity if you ask me.  Have a great day!

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  • Queen Mary

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    Something I’ve done differently is answer the math question before I type my comment — how cool would it be (for me) if I’ve found the “trick”!?!
    Here goes nuthin’! Love this! Thanks for the video — loved that too! And I love that we have options to mix and match with the WTG at the movies set too! I like the sharp black and white with the vintage-y papers! Cool contrast!

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