Hi there dear blogging friends! Thank you so much for all the wonderful comments thus far and thanks for leaving some love regarding Scott's crazy technology skills yesterday :) He does take the time to read them with me.
Welcome to Day 4 of the MFT November Teasers! Surely you've been inspired by all the design teams projects! Today we are showcasing the fun and versatile Gift Card Greetings stamp set that coordinates flawlessly with Die-namics Gift Card Pocket - Vertical. Perfect duo to use year round and for any occasion.
I have a her and his sample to share using this fab combination of stamps and Die-namics. First up is my "her" sample. I left the pocket empty on purpose to show you how cute it looks as is :)
I stamped one of the many sentiments on a Natural cardstock die cut pocket then topped it off with a layered butterfly made using Die-namics ButterfliesNext up is my "his" version. Scott has an upcoming birthday in early December so I made this with him in mind :)
I completed the inside by stamping the HB2U sentiment on a die cut postage stamp that was made using Die-namics First Class Friend and Stamp Set.
Shown below is the Die-namics die that I used on my projects today that is included with the November release:
Thanks so much for visiting! I will be back tomorrow for Day 5!
Be Sweet ;)Here are the details about the upcoming release:
You can attend the New Release Party on November 13 from 8-10 PM EST HERE in the MFT forum, where you can WIN PRIZES!
The MFT release, including all new stamp sets and Die-namics, is on November 13 at 10 PM EST. You'll find all the newest products HERE at release time.
The guest designer contest is going on now! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $200 in stamp sets and Die-namics.
If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to the MFT Blog NOW. Be sure to leave comments as you go for the chance to win one of 2, $10 gift certificates given away daily. The winners will be posted on November 13 just before the release party, on the MFT blog.