Bookmark This and Pencil In Some Crafting This Weekend…Stephanie’s Project Is Sure to Inspire You!

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

from Barbara’s blog: Viki Banaszak

from Keeway’s blog: Lauryne Cunningham

Congratulations to you both! Viki and Lauryne, please send an email to erica@mftstamps.com to claim your prize. Thank you to everyone that commented on our Design Team blogs — we appreciate you!


Our line of cross-stitch products makes it so easy to integrate your love of stitching with your paper-crafting habit. The resulting projects are more than thoughtful  — they’re heartfelt tokens of your love and affection that your recipients won’t be able to part with! We’ve reached the final day of the series but don’t fret — we have more inspiration and lots more patterns to share!

Nurturing a love of reading starts with the books…lots of them in a variety of genres. A cute & colorful bookmark is a GREAT way to personalize the experience and keep them coming back for more though! Stephanie put one of the newest patterns to use for today’s project — perfect for a new reader or a beloved teacher! You can find links to hundreds of different patterns for all of our cross-stitch Die-namics HERE.

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

That coordinating tassel provides great texture and contrast and is the perfect finishing touch for a project you’ve put time, effort, and love into. Stephanie has shared her technique for creating tassels from floss before— find it HERE.

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

Anna is sharing another bookmark project on her blog today as well. Be sure to head over to see what she’s created!

Find all of the Cross-Stitch Bookmark patterns — previously released as well as NINE new patterns — right HERE. Have a great weekend and, happy stitching!


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  • Barbara R.

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    Love these book marks – Love the colored pencils!

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  • Heidi

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    What a fun project! I’ve been an avid cross stitcher and paper crafter for years and absolutely LOVE incorporating the two crafts! Just a suggestion, when stitching make sure the stitches all go the same direction, it makes it look neat and uniform!

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  • Arianna Barbara

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    Congrats to the winners!!!
    Love so much this gorgeous stitched bookmark!!!

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  • Terrie D.

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    I love this bookmark! Congratulations to the winners. 🙂

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