Sunday, October 2, 2016

trendy Christmas card; MFT Stamps October Release Countdown

Welcome to the MFT Stamps Release Countdown! For the next few days we will be sharing projects featuring the new stamps, dies, and stencils that will be releasing this month. You will be able to purchase any of the products you see over the next few days on 
Tuesday, October 4 at 9 pm Central.

I am swooning over Hand-Lettered Christmas. The stamp set has beautifully scripted words perfect for your Christmas cards. In fact, as lovely as they are, they can truly be the focal point of your cards, making them simple and flat for mailing.

After heat embossing the words in gold, I cut the Sweet Tooth card stock panel with Die-namics Rectangle STAX Set 1. Using the largest die in the set. I backed the panel in Brushed Gold card stock and then began looking for a card base. After flipping through my stash, I saw the Silver Sparkle card stock. It was perfect! More sparkle!!

I finished off the card with trees from Oh Christmas Trees and the coordinating Die-namics Oh Christmas Trees. I went with black and white, creating a trendy and fashionable card. Its so much more hip than I! :)

Visit the MFT Stamps blog for all the information you will need about the upcoming release. That includes product images, product videos, links to the design team projects, and more! Plus, there always seems to be a chance to win!

thanks for stopping by!


Supplies available October 4:


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Michelle said...

What a fabulous card, Kimberly! This is my idea of the perfect Christmas card. :-)

Colleen Howell said...

Very festive with all the glittery effects

Dee Ann Matthews said...

Very elegant combination!

Evelyn vasquez said...

Gorgeous! The silver and gold together are amazing.

House Chef said...

Kimberly, Great card! I love the combination of silver and gold! Sometimes I can get a little too "Matchy-Matchy." Contrast is a good thing! Beautiful job!

Michele K. Henderson said...

This is so fun and festive!