Stamp and Win with This Week’s Card Sketch

It’s time for the Wednesday Stamp Club Sketch Challenge here at MFT. Thank you for continuing to check in with us each week for a new sketch. We love being a source of inspiration for you and we LOVE seeing your fabulous creations. You can upload your entry right here, on this blog post, for your chance to be the randomly selected winner this week.

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You have until Tuesday, October 1 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 will receive an extra $5! Just a little something extra for sharing your love of MFT.

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Congratulations Rae! You are the randomly selected winner of last week’s sketch challenge. You can view all the entries for last week’s challenge HERE.
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Looking for inspiration? Our sketches are the perfect starting point for a card. Download the 2011 Sketches (1-52) HERE Download the 2012 Sketches (53-104) HERE Download the 2013 Sketches (105-143) HERE

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