A Very Crafty Holiday – Holiday Card Set

Before we get to today’s post, we have our randomly selected October Vault Launch winner. Our lucky winner has won a $50 MFT Shopping Spree. Enjoy!

from Nicole's blog: Jamie Mastin

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Christmas cards are probably the first project that comes to mind when it comes to holiday crafting. Wherever you fall on the spectrum — from custom cards for each recipient to a mass-produced look appropriate for anyone on your card list — having the ability to create a card set in quick fashion is a handy skill to have in your toolbox.

Handmade #christmascard set from Mindy Eggen featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps #christmascraft

Today's Craft - Holiday Card Set

A basic design, a stack of pre-colored and die-cut images, a pad of festive patterned paper, and a selection of sentiments heat embossed on complementary colored card stock makes mix-and-match assembly of a pile of holiday cards fast and fun! In today's Very Crafty Holiday feature, Mindy is sharing some fantastic tips for mass producing Christmas greetings for all your favorite people.

Watch A Very Crafty Holiday | Holiday Card Set on YouTube or by playing the embedded video below.

For each post of the A Very Crafty Holiday event, we will be giving one lucky winner a $50 MFT shopping spree to stock up on supplies to complete your holiday papercrafts.

Here's how to win:

  • Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
  • Leave a comment on each day's Very Crafty Holiday video.

Deadline to comment is Monday, November 2 at 10 PM EST.

All winners will be announced on Wednesday, November 4, so make sure to check back to see if you are a winner!

We're wishing you A Very Crafty Holiday!


BB Holiday Penguins
BB Holiday Penguins Die-namics
Christmas Cheer Paper Pad
Wild Cherry
Card Stock

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