November Teaser Time – Day Two
Welcome back to the second day of Teasers for My Favorite Things. Remember to mark your calendar for Tuesday, November 1st from 8-10pm EST. We’ll meet at the MFT Forum – chat about our new favorite products, get to know your fellow MFT Fans as well as the MFT Designers a little better. And of course, there will be contest questions – which means, there will be PRIZES! Be sure to brush up on your new product knowledge just before the party!
Full Set Reveal:
Today, we have two very different style sets to share with you. So, whether your style is furry and cute, or vintage and lovely, we’ve got a little something to share with you today.
Fans of our friend Fred Bear will find him already hibernating for the season… I’ve seen some very sweet samples from the team with our friend Fred already, and I know you’ll love what the girls have in store for you.
Our Inspired By series this month focuses on the magic of Christmas. This exquisite, highly detailed set will be beautiful either colored with markers, painted, colored with pencils or with any number of different techniques.
As you know, each day, during Teaser Time, we’ll take a look at one of the upcoming Die-namics dies. You’ve all embraced the Doily Die-namics, and we’re now continuing with this popular series with oval versions. These are an especially perfect fit for our Pure Innocence images, sentiments from Clearly Sentimental and images from our Inspired By line. The Oval Dainty Doily measures 3.3 by 4.11 inches and I’m sure you’ll be seeing it a lot from our designers in the next few days.
Teaser Time Prizes: Remember that during Teaser Time we’ll be giving away two $10 vouchers for every day. You’ll maximize your chances at winning one by leaving a comment on each of the participating designers posts. The best news? You will now have nearly a full week to leave all your comments. Winners will be selected just after 7pm on Tuesday, November 1st, and announced here on the MFT Blog at 7:30, just before the New Release Party!
Remember to leave a method of contact, either your email attached to your profile or embedded into the body of your message , after all, if we can’t reach you, we can’t award you a prize!
Design Team Links:
Debbie Carriere – This month’s Guest Designer