Tuesday, October 6, 2020

My Favorite Things - October Release: MFT & Friends!

 Hello again!


It's time, girls and boys! The October Release is finally available for purchase! But before you head off to shop, please take a couple of minutes to check out my project that I made for today's link up! It features the new Virtually Best Stamp Set and and the Let's Connect Die-Namics!


So, if I've learned anything during this pandemic, it's that I need to do what's safe for me and for others. I've found new ways to communicate with those I love, so the Virtually the Best Stamp Set is absolutely perfect for reaching out to friends that you miss! I stamped the teacher image onto my panel, masking off the areas that I didn't wanted inked up, and then colored the face using my Copic Markers. Many of the sentiments and images of the Virtually the Best Stamp Set are geared towards praising and encouraging those super star teachers that have been working day and night to teach our kids virtually! But the set can also be used to for an all around "touch the ones you love" without actually touching them! Know what I mean?! LOL I created the computer using the Let's Connect Die-Namics, although I scaled the size of the computer down by doing a partial die-cut to make it smaller. Otherwise, my little friend here would've had like a 70" computer screen! LOL I stamped the word "Hello" onto the speech bubble (from the Let's Connect Die-Namics) using Black Licorice Hybrid Ink (the sentiment was created by doing a bit of stamp surgery on one of the sentiments from the Polar Bear Pals Stamp Set.) The hearts were die cut from Poppy card stock using the Tag Builders Blueprints 5 Die-Namics. I've listed and linked all of the MFT products that I used below!

Please click on through to the MFT Design Blog to be linked to the other amazing projects that my fellow teammates and some of our crafty friends have created for your inspiration using this month's release products! And while you're there, be sure and leave some comments on all of the linked blogs for your chance to win one of TWO $100 Gift Vouchers to the MFT Online Boutique! Two names will be randomly drawn, but you can't win, if you don't comment! All of the October Release products are available for purchase right this minute, and can be found by clicking on the graphic below!


That'll do it for me today, my loves! I'll be back again tomorrow with a project inspired by this week's Wednesday Sketch Challenge! So I hope you'll come back to check it out! Until then, have an awesome day, and please stay well!

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43 comments:

Kristi H. said...

I love your unique take!

mousekemom said...

What a clever way to change up the set! Love it!

Gail said...

Super fabulous work! TFS

Daniel D said...

Super cool card and wonderful message ... we all have to find other ways to communicate ❤️

Gaylynn said...

Oh how fun. I can see how versatile this set is.

Liz O. said...

Love this fun card! Perfect sets for this times. Thanks for the inspiration!

SueB said...

Very clever design.

Cyndi said...

While some days are lonely, I, too, am trying to do what's best for myself and others during this pandemic, and the Virtually the Best set is perfect for connecting with those I miss so much.

Kelsey Thomas said...

This is such a cute card. :)

sharon g said...

Good idea to make the back of the computer silver. I wouldn't have thought of that.

MadeByMeghanK said...

What an awesome card! I LOVE this set!

Ellen C. said...

I like the way you're looking from the other side of the computer! Very clever!

Cheryl B. said...

Unique spin on the virtual card. I love it!

Lynn D. said...

More ways to convey "thanks."

Heidi Rees said...

Great card for the times we are facing!

Anonymous said...

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Anisha's Craft Studio said...

Such a clever card,your coloring is lovely!!!😍

Ashley Cortez said...

Love the spin that you did with these stamps and dies and instead of use it for a classroom you used it for something else that shows how versatile these stamps and dies, really are really nice card

Lauryne Cunningham said...

Super cute card and very creative! Love it!

Mimi's Craftroom said...

What a great idea.

Craftyfield said...

Great make! Strange times... I'm hoping for a renewed interest in snail mail so I can send more cards!!!

Zlatka said...

Cute card!

Emma S. said...

So clever! Great idea.

SabineV said...

Perfect card under the circumstances!

Mary-Anne V said...

Ha how cute...love how you only see part of the person!

Annalisa said...

I love how you turned the monitor around to totally change the feel of the stamp set. Things like this may seem small, but they really help me see sets in a totally different way.

NinaS said...

Cute card. So unique.

Sallie said...

What a cute card, I love how you used the shinny silver cardstock

Bonnie K. said...

I like the use of the silver shiny paper for the computer and the woodgrain for the desk - clever!

Shar Z said...

Great elements on your card.

Zlatka said...

Such a cool card! Love the idea.

shabbypinkhouse said...

Your card is just so sweet! Love the soft background! Tfs Hugs and blessings, Christine

Mendy said...

Love your card!! Great idea! Great release!!

Debby Green said...

Great card! Thanks for sharing!

Heather said...

I love it!!! You are such a genius!! Love how it looks like you are looking from the back of the computer towards the user. The format would be perfect for a boss or other office worker, too!

Isabel Z said...

Love the way you put your own spin on this card.

Denise Bryant said...

What a great card! Love this!

Julie O'Neil said...

Love how you put the back of the monitor facing the front and them facing their monitor, so creative!

Annette Snyder said...

Great card!

Marianne said...

Perfect card in the current situation.

Ms. Tamp said...

I like the peek over idea for the image. Nice share.

Sue D said...

Cute card design!

Carol Wortman said...

Great card. This card made me giggle. That is a very common view of family these days. Tee hee! Very neat coloring of a monitor