December marks the final release for MFT in 2013, and truly, we have saved the BEST for LAST. This month we are giving you LOTS to cheer over, starting TODAY!
- You can enter to win by commenting on each of the seven countdown posts on the MFT Blog before Noon EST on December 10th. Please leave only one comment per person, per day.
- One winner will be randomly selected from each countdown day, and all winners will be announced at 8PM EST on December 10th on the MFT Blog.
The latest in card fashion, Blueprints 10, will keep your projects on the cutting edge. Each month we try to step it up with unique components that make your crafty heart happy, and this month is no exception. Prepare to squeal with delight as you see how our Designers have turned the Blueprints 10 Die-namics into the must-have accessory of the season.
Follow the provided digital sketches, or become your own architect. Either way, Blueprints is the foundation of your creativity.
To take a more detailed look at the components included in Blueprints 10, watch our introduction video by clicking HERE or click the play button below.
Sometimes bigger really is better, and sometimes more is just right! Lisa Johnson has taken her Peaceful Wildflowers and super-sized them, just for YOU! You loved her previous set and have begged us for a bigger version, so she’s happily obliged. The new, larger sizes in Grand Peaceful Wildflowers will stand out on your cards or projects, but can also be combined with the original stamp set and companion Die-namics to create the perfect paper garden.
But wait…there’s MORE! We didn’t want to leave out our mixed media lovers, so we asked Lisa if she’d create a Grand Peaceful Wildflowers stencil. I am so excited just imagining these beautiful flowers on canvas and card stock. Swoon!
Send a heartfelt greeting to your close-knit friends with this new Pure Innocence stamp set. She’ll keep you in stitches!
I decided to break out the newest Blueprints and the Celebrate Big stamp set to create the card below. I incorporated some scraps of patterned paper I had lying around, and added different colors of card stock to give it more visual interest. I love the depth the colors and textures provide to an otherwise simplistic layout.
Here’s a close-up of my card.
I am THRILLED to have Kim Singdahlsen join us for the month of December as our Guest Designer. I have long been a fan of her work, and after this week, I am sure you will be too! You can visit her at her BLOG or simply click her picture on the MFT Blog each day she is participating.
And as if it couldn’t get any better, there is still MORE! Visit each of these Designers to see the new products in-use and start making your wish-list.