Release Spotlight: Plane and Simple, You Will ❤️ This High-Flying Release!

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Today we're shining a spotlight on a high-flying stamp and die pair, a must-have birthday sentiment set, and a trio of essential stencils.


If airmailing a sweet message of love, support, or gratitude is high on your to-do list, why not consider the charming simplicity of the Plane and Simple Sentiments for the task? This array features both standalone phrases as well as curved greetings that are designed to fit the banner included in the Plane and Simple die set.

Your cardmaking is about to reach new heights! Plane and Simple features a multi-piece airplane assembly and optional trailing banner. The potential to customize your design with color and pattern is through the roof — follow the easy-to-use assembly guide and the emboss lines included on some of the elements to effortlessly assemble your high-flying aircraft. A waving banner assembly can be added to the tail of the plane as well. It provides the perfect spot to showcase a short message. Those found in the Plane and Simple Sentiment provide an ideal solution!

Handmade card from Linda van Wely featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps


Everyone has a birthday, so we’re of the opinion that there is no limit to the number of birthday sentiment sets you should have in your stash. BUT, if you’d love to have a good all-in-one set that features greetings appropriate for your friends, your children, your significant other, and more, this is a perfect candidate! This selection ranges from simple and classic to sentimental, funny, and topical — all rendered in a gorgeous font pairing that will look fantastic with tons of products already in your collection.

Handmade card from Yan Au featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps


You can never have enough frame dies in your collection — especially a set like this that features four graduated frames, the largest of which will almost completely cover the front of an A2 card panel, leaving a neat 1/8” border around the edge! Spotlight scenes with large frames and smaller images and sentiments with the more petite sizes. Layer them, cut them from different card stock colors and patterns, or create the most amazing large-scale shaker cards by backing them with clear acetate and adhering with dimensional adhesive. The Classic Rectangle Frames measure 1/4" in width.

Handmade card from Sindhura Prajay featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps


Freestyle, but with refinement — that’s the vibe you’ll get when you use the watercolor shape stencils on your projects. Ink blending allows you to customize your projects for an artsy look that will complement scene-building and simple sentiment-based designs equally well. These products also includes the interior mask portion that doubles the potential of this versatile stencils.

Handmade card from Anja Bytyqi featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Handmade card from Anja Bytyqi featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Handmade card from Laura Dovalo featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Handmade card from Carly Tee Minner featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps

Carly has THE most playful card to share today. With an ingenious twist on the typical use of the Big Happy Birthday die, she's combined embossing, layering, and textiles to craft a charming look with the new Feline Fun set. Learn more by watching below or on the MFT YouTube channel!

Take a look at what the team has created with today's products!

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1 comment

I especially like the kitties

Sharon Gullikson July 14, 2023

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