Techniques & Tutorials: August 2018

Before we get to today’s post, we have our randomly selected New Product Launch winners. Both of these lucky winners will receive $100 Vouchers to the MFT boutique.

from Joy’s blog: Michelle Hartline

from Torico’s blog: Claire Broadwater

Congratulations to you both! Michelle and Claire, please send an email to erica@mftstamps.com to claim your prize. And thank you to everyone that commented on our Design Team blogs — we appreciate you all!


If you love detailed, step-by-step instructions and photos to recreate some of your favorite MFT projects, Techniques & Tutorials is just for you! Our designers are going the extra mile with a collection of projects featuring more in-depth direction to help you achieve a similar look.

Handmade card from Amy Yang featuring products from My Favorite Things #mfstamps

Want to learn more about how Amy created this stunning dimensional card with our most recent Pure Innocence set? Make sure you head to her blog for all the details! Melania has something amazing up her sleeve as well — you won’t want to miss it. Have a fabulous weekend full of the things you love!

Techniques & Tutorials: July 2018

Before we get to today’s post, we have our randomly selected New Product Launch winners. Both of these lucky winners will receive $100 Vouchers to the MFT boutique.

from Francine’s blog: RHenry

from Jodi’s blog: Jeanne Beam

Congratulations to you both! RHenry and Jeanne, please send an email to erica@mftstamps.com to claim your prize. And thank you to everyone that commented on our Design Team blogs — we appreciate you all!


If you love detailed, step-by-step instructions and photos to recreate some of your favorite MFT projects, Techniques & Tutorials is just for you! Our designers are going the extra mile with a collection of projects featuring more in-depth direction to help you achieve a similar look.

Handmade bookmark from Stephanie Klauck featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps #crossstitch

Raise your hand if you nabbed the latest design in our series of cross-stitch Die-namics. This Die-namics includes a hole and reinforcement piece allowing you to add your choice of coordinating ribbon, twine, or tassel to complete the bookmark. Team member Stephanie has taken the time to create a video tutorial for creating custom tassels that are ideal for topping your works of art.

Watch How to Create a Bookmark Tassel for the Cross-Stitch Bookmark Die-namics on YouTube or by playing the embedded video below.

Even if the Cross-Stitch Bookmark Die-namics isn’t your thing, these addictive little tassels will find their way onto cards, tags, and even home decor items. Now, go forth and tassel!


You can find more tutorials from the team on their blogs — we hope you’re inspired to enjoy a weekend full of creating projects you love!

Techniques & Tutorials: June 2018

Before we get to today’s post, we have our randomly selected New Product Launch winners. Both of these lucky winners will receive $100 Vouchers to the MFT boutique.

from Stephanie’s blog: Linsey Heraty

from Keeway’s blog: Dana M

Congratulations to you both! Linsey and Dana, please send an email to erica@mftstamps.com to claim your prize. And thank you to everyone that commented on our Design Team blogs — we appreciate you all!


If you love detailed, step-by-step instructions and photos to recreate some of your favorite MFT projects, Techniques & Tutorials is just for you! Our designers are going the extra mile with a collection of projects featuring more in-depth direction to help you achieve a similar look.

Handmade card from Melania Deasy featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

The two-step Adorned Ocean Friends makes quick work of ornate multi-colored fish for your underwater scenes but Melania has stepped up the look by adding multiple colors to the intricate overlay image. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more about her technique!


You can find tutorials from Melania and Inge on their blogs — we hope you’re inspired to enjoy a weekend full of the things you love!

Techniques & Tutorials: May 2018

Before we get to today’s post, we have our randomly selected New Product Launch winners. Both of these lucky winners will receive $100 Vouchers to the MFT boutique.

from Julie’s blog: Meghan Kennihan

from Donna’s blog: Teressa Corson

Congratulations to you both! Meghan and Teressa, please send an email to erica@mftstamps.com to claim your prize. And thank you to everyone that commented on our Design Team blogs — we appreciate you all!


If you love detailed, step-by-step instructions and photos to recreate some of your favorite MFT projects, Techniques & Tutorials is just for you! Our designers are going the extra mile with a collection of projects featuring more in-depth direction to help you achieve a similar look.

Handmade card from Inge Groot featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Handmade card from Inge Groot featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Inge consistently shares great ideas for unique packaging. Her pocket card featuring the Let’s Flamingle stamp set and Die-namics is yet another example of her ingenuity.


One stencil…so many possibilities — our new Basic Shapes – Circles Stencil is an essential addition to your collection. You’ll be amazed by all of the techniques and looks you can achieve with this one elemental tool. Watch our third May Release class video to learn how to recreate this bubbly design from Francine!

Handmade card from Francine Vuilleme featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Download the class PDF HERE. Watch our the release class video, Circle Round Up on Youtube or by clicking below.


You can find Inge’s tutorial, as well as tutorials from even more of our team, by clicking below — enjoy and make something amazing this weekend!

Techniques & Tutorials: April 2018

If you love detailed, step-by-step instructions and photos to recreate some of your favorite MFT projects, Techniques & Tutorials is just for you! Our designers are going the extra mile with a collection of projects featuring more in-depth direction to help you achieve a similar look.

Handmade card from Inge Groot featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Inge’s pocket card design is an elegant solution to professionally packaging and presenting gift cards. Start with the base and then customize for your recipient with your color, image, and sentiment choices.

Handmade card from Inge Groot featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps


In our third April Release class video, you’ll learn a nifty trick from Karolyn for creating a loop mechanism for your Toad-ally Awesome cards.

Handmade card from Karolyn Loncon featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Download the class PDF HERE. Watch our the release class video HERE on Youtube or by clicking below.


You can find Inge’s tutorial, as well as tutorials from even more of our team, by clicking below — enjoy and make something amazing this weekend!