Tuesday, September 4, 2018

MFT September New Product Launch and Release



It's time! You may now purchase My Favorite Things September Release in the
MFT Store! All spankin' new goodies are waiting for you here.

Before you go I want to share one more project with you and hopefully add to
your shopping list.

Every month Birdie Brown brings on the cuteness and this month's Fall Friends is
no exception. I made a round easel card using a tutorial from Beate Johns. Here's the
card when it's in the closed position.



And here it is opened up and propped like an easel with some leaves as the "stopper."



I used the scallop circle Die-namics and stamped the leaf images with Versamark
ink and assembled the easel per the instructions. The little girl and swag were
stamped and colored with Copics, then cut with the matching Die-namics.
I adhered all the pieces with foam tape and finished off with the stamped sentiment.



So there you have it--MFT's September Release! Don't forget to comment on all
participating Team Members' blogs by the end of the day on Thursday, Sept 6th
for a chance to win one of two $100 MFT gift vouchers! The more you comment, the
better your chance of winning!

Thanks so much for stopping by during the countdown and happy shopping!
 
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65 comments:

  1. Love the new Fall Friends and love your coloring. Such a cute card.

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  2. Fall Friends is one of my favorites its second on my list after the birthday die.

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  3. Such a fun and adorable little card! Love it! Tfs xx

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  4. Your easel card is precious! I love Birdie Brown stamps!

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  5. Great shaped card with beautiful fall colors.

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  6. Now, how cute is this!! You've got my creative juices going.

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  7. What a cute idea - and I love your color choices! I must try stamping on the background like that.

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  8. Such a cute and fun easel card. Lovely idea. Kraft is such a good color for fall cards.

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  9. I love this sweet card. Your copic coloring is amazing. All of those fall colors are making me look forward to hot cider and leaf fights!!

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  10. Awesome easel card! I need to try one of those. :)

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  11. That is so sweet...I love that the card is circle!

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  12. Great easel card ...love this stamp set!

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  13. Your easel card is so cute, Donna! O love how you used the pretty leaves as a "stopper." That is a great idea!

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  14. I love the texture on the beret. Why can't I remember to use small images to make backgrounds? Entire card is adorable!

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  15. Love this type of card! What a cutie!

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  16. Adorable! I love the easel design and the leaves as the stopper. The Fall Friends stamp set is my favorite!

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  17. Such a cute adorable card!! I love this one! :)

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  18. Adorable card! Beautiful autumnal colours!

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  19. Oh, I love your shaped little card! Your coloring is gorgeous!!

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  20. Lovely card! The colouring is beautiful!

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  21. Absolutely adorable card, Donna! Thanks for the link for the tutorial :)

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  22. completely adorable and beautiful coloring. i love to see creations made with Kraft.

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  23. Darling scalloped circle card! I love the pretty coloring! Looks awesome with the kraft cardstock!

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  24. Wonderful easel card! Amazing coloring and details. So sweet!

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  25. This is so adorable! BB images are the cutest and you always color them so perfectly.

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  26. The card shape complements the image perfectly and it changes from rectangles! Lovely colouring too!

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  27. you so have style! need to get out my dies and start making fun cards!

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  28. Love the circle shaped card and what an adorable image.

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  29. Great card design! Love your coloring!

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  30. This is so fun and adorable, Donna! Love the tone-on-tone leaf stamping and the stopper! The receiver will sure get a happy surprise. Your Copic coloring is gorgeous and it makes the little girl look cuter! Hideko xx

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  31. So cute, Donna! I love your coloring. This would make a wonderful place tag for a dinner party! Thanks for sharing!

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  32. Fantastic colouring, and I love your sweet card - shaped AND an easel, really great idea!

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  33. This is so adorable! Fantastic job with this relase!

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  34. I just want to coo at this little girl. She is so sweet, and your coloring does her justice all the way. I also really enjoy your card engineering; I've never made an easel card, but now I think I might need to try. Thanks for sharing such a great idea!

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  35. wow this card is so sweet - love the unusual shape and design:)

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  36. I love the unique shape and design! What a great card!

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  37. Cute easel card. I like your coloring.

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  38. This is such a unique card! I love the shape and your coloring is wonderful :)

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  39. Another lovely PI girl, love your autumn inspiration Donna, thanks for sharing!

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  40. The round easel card is awesome! I've never seen this done and I love it, I will be checking out Beate Johns tutorial.

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  41. I love your finished easel card... the coloring is fantastic. What a great Thanksgiving place card this would make!

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  42. Such a fun card. Love the kraft and fall colors.

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  43. Adorable card. The colors are beautiful. I love shaped cards and this easel style is so unique.

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  44. Shaped cards are always so much fun and your colouring is fab. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  45. Hmmm, I may just have to try an easel card for myself! Love that it's a circle too and the colors are perfect for fall!

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