Stamp and Win with This Week’s Card Sketch 149

If you’ve never stamped with our weekly sketch challenges, now is a great time to take your first shot! We inspire you with a card sketch each Wednesday, and in return for linking your posted project to the MFT Blog, you are automatically entered to WIN.

The MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge is one of the highlights of our week. We love to see the beautiful creations you whip up from just card stock, ink, and other crafty supplies. We would like to thank everyone who follows the sketch challenge each week and each person who submits their work.

You could be this week’s randomly selected winner! Are you up for the challenge?

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You have until Tuesday, November 12 at noon EST to add your link and be eligible for the prize of up to $20 in MFT Cash. The weekly prize is a $15 Gift Voucher to My Favorite Things. However, if you use MFT stamps on your creation, you’ll get an extra $5! We like to give you a little something extra for sharing your love of MFT (because we love you, too)!

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Congratulations Kathy Stacy! You are the randomly selected winner of last week’s sketch challenge. You can view all the entries for last week’s challenge HERE.

Download the 2011 Sketches (1-52) HERE

Download the 2012 Sketches (53-104) HERE

Download the 2013 Sketches (105-149) HERE


45 Responses to Stamp and Win with This Week’s Card Sketch 149

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    Janeenk says:

    love this sketch and the card created. it’s gorgeous.

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    Helene says:

    Your card is so beautiful ! I love it !

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    The inspiration card is gorgeous!

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    Helen Markee says:

    What a gorgeous card!!! Thanks for the inpiration

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    Greta H says:

    I’m disappointed you stopped putting a picture of the winning card in the announcement post. Congrats to Kathy–enjoy your shopping spree! Barbara’s card is one of my all-time favorites! Love this week’s sketch & plan to play along.

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    Octavio says:

    Great sketch and great card. I already have an idea for a new card of my own.

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    Cora says:

    Such a great card and I just love the stamps. I’ve been using the sketches for quite some time and always appreciate the ideas given. Thank you so much!

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    MaryAnn says:

    Absolutely beautiful card. I can almost feel the snow.
    Your sketches always inspire me. Thank you!

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    Janet says:

    Beautiful trees.

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    Vivian says:

    Wow, I can’t wait to start playing with the new releases!

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    Liane says:

    very classy, thanks for the inspiration.

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    Carolyn Cece says:

    Lovely winter card.

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    Bev Karolak says:

    Fantastic products & projects! :)

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    Joyce says:

    Oh my, what a gorgeous scene!

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    Gigi says:

    All of your cards are fabulous; this one is beautiful enough for me to let you know how much your work is appreciated.

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    karen says:

    I am so excited about each release.

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    MyraT says:

    Thank you for all the inspiration you give.

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    Greta H says:

    I had so much fun making a card with this sketch. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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    Jean Bullock says:

    Wow, the entries are wonderful.

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    Kendra Hernandez says:

    These are all fabulous!!!

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