It’s Reveal Day – Don’t Be Late!

It’s almost time! Set your alarm to 10:00 PM EST, and don’t be late for our big reveal! All of the stamp sets, Die-namics, stencils, and Replenishments we’ve been showing off over the past week will be available for purchase HERE in the MFT Boutique. But if you can’t wait for the excitement to happen, hop on over to the MFT forum HERE and enjoy our release party, going on NOW. Other attendees include our MFT Design Team and me, AKA the MFT Lady. Not to mention, there are PRIZES, and that’s always a reason to smile! We want to make your shopping experience fun – not stressful, so we’ve created THIS shopping list that you can print out and check off as you fill your cart!

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One of the most important parts of shopping is saving. We offer you 3 ways to save with every purchase:

MFT_FreeGiftOur Free with $60 stamp set is available with each qualifying order over $60 (after any discounts, before shipping and tax).

PrintYou’ll receive FREE shipping on each retail USA order over $75.

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And if you needed another reason to shop MFT, our Shop to Save discounts start at 10% for each order over $100 and go up, up, up to a savings of 20% on orders over $500. My Favorite Things is your home for great products, great service, and great savings. You can look at every new product in our December release, for sale TONIGHT at 10 PM EST, below. Click on any of the individual graphics to view a bigger picture, and hover over the picture with your cursor to view the product name. And we will see you in two hours for the New Product Launch, filled with amazing products that have made this one of our most exciting releases yet! Print Now it’s time to announce the randomly selected winners of our December Release Countdown prizes! Thanks to all of you who took the time to leave a comment during the countdown! Seven lucky stampers will win a $75 Prize to use in the MFT Boutique! Prizes will be sent directly to the winners’ email accounts this evening. Countdown Day Seven Winner:  Tina Holman - Comment #29 Countdown Day Six Winner: DJRants – Comment #427 Countdown Day Five Winner: Sharon Jones – Comment #219 Countdown Day Four Winner: Joni Mastronardi – Comment #222 Countdown Day Three Winner: Kim Gyuran – Comment #359 Countdown Day Two Winner: Miriam Prantner  - Comment #160 Countdown Day One Winner: Emily Henry – Comment #109 Congratulations to all the winners!

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