MFT November Product Launch (and new prizes)!

Hi everyone!  Welcome to MFT‘s November Product Launch!  All new products you’ve seen previewed over the last week are now available to you right HERE! Also new is your chance to win one of twenty $10 Gift Vouchers.  Visit each of the MFT Designers’ November Product Launch posts and leave a comment by the end of the day on Thursday, November 14 for your chance to WIN!   Winners will be chosen at random and prizes will be sent out on November 15. One prize will be given away from each designer blog, as well as one from the MFT Blog.  That’s $200 in prizes – NICE!

I have four cards to share today, all using new Pure Innocence sets.  Since it’s blustery cold here today, I’ll start with Happy Heart Snowman.  :)

The snowman was stamped onto Whip Cream card stock and colored with Copics.  I stamped his arms and heart a second time, paper-pieced the heart and popped up the arms, adhering the top of his right arm flat to the paper.   He was die-cut using Pierced Circle STAX and layered atop a Dizzy Doily.  The sentiment block was cut using Pierced Rectangle STAX with the “stitched” strip cut using Blueprints 2.

Inside, I stamped the snowman again using Paver Red ink.

My second snowman was stamped onto X-Press It Blending Card and colored with Copics with the heart once again paper-pieced.  I added a Sno Cone Medium Simply Scallops strip accented with a Sweet Tooth Snowflake and Sno Cone button.  The sentiment is from PI Warm Winter.

I stamped the snowman inside using Black Licorice ink and added the XOXO from PI All Occasion Sentiments inside the heart.

Next, I used PI Warm Winter.  The girl is stamped onto X-Press It Blending Card and colored with Copic markers.  A Sour Apple button accents the patterned paper and lace strips and the sentiment is from PI Holiday Hugs.

I stamped the girl inside using Kraft ink and added a sentiment from PI Warm Winter.

Lastly, I have another card using PI Warm Winter.  This time I switched out the snowball for a small heart (die-cut from Paver Red card stock using Blueprints 8.)  After stamping and coloring, the image panel was die-cut using new Pierced Oval STAX Die-namics.  The sentiment was stamped in Sweet Tooth ink and embossed using white powder.

Inside, I added a sentiment from PI All Occasion Sentiments and added another small die-cut heart.

Be sure to check out the MFT Blog for direct links to samples using all of the new products which are now available right HERE.  As peek, don’t forget to comment to WIN!  :)

Thanks SO much for stopping by!

You Make My Heart Happy Stamps:  MFT PI Happy Heart Snowman  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, MFT Black Licorice, Paver Red  Paper: MFT Paver Red, Whip Cream, Lily Bee Design Jingle (6×6)  Accessories: MFT Pierced Circle STAX, Pierced Rectangle STAX, Dizzy Doily and Blueprints 2 Die-namics, Copic markers (E41, W00, W1, W3, R39, R89, BG90), X-Press It Foam Tape.  Finished size 5″ x 5″.
Missing You This Holiday Season Stamps:  MFT PI Happy Heart Snowman, Warm Winter and All Occasion Sentiments  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, MFT Black Licorice  Paper: MFT Berrylicious, Sno Cone, X-Press It Blending Card, MME Winter Wonderland (6×6)  Accessories: MFT Simply Scallops Medium and Let It Snowflake Die-namics, Copic markers (C00, C1, C3, B0000, B000, E41, R29, R39), Sno Cone button/white string.  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.
Warm Winter Wishes Stamps:  MFT PI Warm Winter and Holiday Hugs  Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, MFT Black Licorice, Kraft  Paper: MFT Sweet Tooth, X-Press It Blending Card, MME The Merry Days of Christmas (6×6)  Accessories: Sour Apple button/white string, lace, Copic markers (E00, E11, R01, R02, YG61, YG63, E31, E35, E40, E41, E42, R39, R89, W00, W1).  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.
Warm Heart Stamps:  MFT PI Warm Winter and All Occasion Sentiments   Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, MFT Black Licorice, Sweet Tooth   Paper: MFT Paver Red, X-Press It Blending Card, Lily Bee Design Jingle (6×6)  Accessories: MFT Pierced Oval STAX, Blueprints 8 Die-namics, Copic markers (E00, E11, R01, R02, E35, E40, E41, E42, R39, R89, W00, W1), X-Press It Foam Tape, white embossing powder.  Finished size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

44 Responses to MFT November Product Launch (and new prizes)!

  1. love that little snowman!

  2. Wow, awesome cards, love the colors and the coloring

  3. I have got to CASE these! They are wonderful. I especially like the snowman with the candy cane colored heart!

  4. Oh, these are ALL so sweet, Michelle!!!

  5. Super cute!!! Love your bold colors!

  6. LOVE these cute cards. Such pretty colors and card designs. Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. These are seriously adorable cards Michele!!

  8. Thanks so much for your inspiration. Love the paver red card the most.

  9. I love your layouts and use of the stamps. Your cards are awesome. Thanks for the inspiration.

  10. I wish I could color like this, beautiful cards!!!!

  11. Wow! Your cards are always so gorgeous Michele. I look forward to each inspirational day you are in my inbox. Love that sweet snowman. He is def a new fav of mine. xx

  12. yay! What an awesome release and great projects!!

  13. These are wonderful. The Happy Heart Snowman is probably my favorite of the new release.

  14. LOVE these cards… Snowmen area my absolute favorite! Love that first card especially!!!

  15. Awesome creativity.

    Rebecca
    brrck@yahoo.com

  16. I LOVE the snowman! He does, he just “makes your heart happy!” But the PI in red is adorable, too. :) Thanks for sharing!

  17. Michele, you are SO incredible! LOVE each one of these beauties!! GORGEOUS layouts and coloring!!!

  18. Your cards are great, I love the the colors you used on the third one, I would not have thought of using those colors, but it is so wonderful!

  19. Beautiful cards! Thank you so much for all your ideas this week!

  20. The PI’s are always so cute, esp. this release. I love the intense red card you made.

  21. I saw these in the SCS gallery this morning and had to come over and ooh aah a little more! Love them!

  22. Very very beautiful cards!

  23. Wow, these are fabulous. Love how you layered the heart and arms on the adorable snowman, and your coloring is great. I like the added touch of the heart in her hand on the last PI card. Thanks for the inspiration.

  24. Love the colors you chose! The muted colors with the first happy snowman were WONDERFUL!

  25. Love your cards & your copic coloring skills! Awesome!!

  26. I love the snowman card! Your colors are wonderful and I just love how you colored them.

  27. What a great release week and now even more inspiration. Love these sweeties; the colors and especially how you substituted the heart for snow.

  28. These are just amazing. Such a bunch of extra details that make them so extraordinary. Thanks for sharing.

  29. Great cards, well done they are gorgeous :)

  30. great coloring on the stamps, I have just started to learn coloring
    upnurse at aol dot com

  31. I love all your PI cards. Putting the heart in place of the snowball on the last card is just perfect!

  32. Cute cards!

  33. darling images. thanks.

  34. Lovely set of cards! I love that you stamped the same image inside the cards, that makes them special. Thanks for the inspiration!

  35. Wow, these are all so super cute inside and out, I love them!

  36. OMG!! I’m LOVING your AMAZING INSPIRATION!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!!

  37. Love your adorable snow day cards, even though I don’t want the snow!

  38. Great artwork! Really lovin’ the snowman … so adorable!

  39. Love all 4 of your cards! Hooked on MFTSTAMPS for life!

  40. LOVE ‘em ALL! You’ve inspired me to stamp on the inside too!

  41. Always love the PI girl! The snowman is adorable too! Lovely cards you have created!

  42. Such wonderful, sweet cards! Love it!

  43. Wonderful! I adore your snowman!

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