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Oct 28, 2011

Clearly Sentimental Day at MFT!

 Today's the day that we chat about the Triple Scoop for November's release at My Favorite Things! The Triple Scoop is a reward for customers purchasing $60 or more (excluding shipping and tax) and this month, the set is Clearly Sentimental about Christmas.  You can read more about the program HERE

Otherwise, the set will not be available for individual purchase until our December release.... which just *might* be cutting it close for any holiday cards you plan to create, so you might as well just be sure to pick it up this month. (...giggle....)

I've paired it with the Open Scallop Doily cut from corrugated cardboard. I love the rustic feel of that combined with this pretty, more formal paper from Echo Park. 


Here's a peek at the full set....
My next sample for you today uses last month's Triple Scoop set Clearly Sentimental about Abundance, which I used for a wedding card for my cousin this weekend.  I've paired it with the Prima Donna Petals Die-namics (again from corrugated cardboard) and I've used the Die-namics Clearly Sentimental Label as an accent piece to anchor my sentiment circle....  This set will be available on Tuesday for an individual purchase.



Be sure to stop by the MFT Blog today for a full listing of participating designers! 


33 Comments    Post a Comment:

Julie said...

Fabulous cards Joanne! I'm loving that cardboard flower!

Kary said...

Wow, Joanne, both cards are gorgeous!! I must really put my Clearly Sentimental sets to use. Thanks for the inspiration!

Nancy Thomas said...

So pretty - you tie the best bows.

Angel said...

These are beautiful! Love the layouts and the corrugated paper!

Kelli Hull said...

Jo! Queen of the recycle bin... that corrugated paper lookes MARVELOUS both as a flower and a doily frame!!! Serious? Only you can see beauty in the inside of a cereal box!!! LMAO!

StampOwl said...

gorgeous cards Joanne, love that corrugated flower

CraftyMomOf2 said...

Both are SO stunning Jo!!!

xoxoxox

Lisa H. said...

Joanne! stunning creations.....love them both. you always rock the sentiments!

Susan said...

Lovely combination of patterns

zehra said...

Gorgeous cards, love the different look on these flowers

wendy said...

oh my love both these cards...and the corrugated cardboard...GASP that is a great look

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

These are beautiful, the second one is so stunning

Vicki said...

Sooooooo shabby chic!

Vicki said...

Soooooo shabby chic!

jeanne girl said...

Love the beauty of the cards with just the sentiments used!!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

LOVE the corrugated cardboard on these!!!

Michelle said...

The cardboard flower is genius!

Mommy said...

Your cards are so wonderful! I love the way you mix textures with the cardboard! I will have to try that! Thanks!

mplsbetty said...

gorgeous cards, especially the second one. I love the corrugated cardboard with the prima donna petals.

lvtaz2000 said...

Thank you for all your inspiration. These are really great cards.

Tiffany said...

Lovely cards!

Dawn said...

So pretty Joanne! Love the cardboard!

Francine said...

What gorgeous cards! I love all your die cuts out of corrugated cardboard.

Anita said...

Love how you used the cardboard. Your cards are always gorgeous Joanne. Hugs.

Elle said...

I LOVE your cards. So pretty. The font used on your first card's sentiment is great!

Brenda said...

Thanks for the inspiration! Now I wanna get out my clearly sentimental sets and "try" making some cards using them on the "front" of my cards! Fabulous cards, love the colors and bows!

Steph Herbert said...

Super cute cards! Love the stitching!:)

Flo - Sweetideas said...

Love your papers on the first card and the corrugated flower on the second.

MissScrapAlot said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!! TFS!!!
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Gabby said...

Woderful cards! Love all the details of both. Your crimped, paper flower on the "Abundance" card is very cool! :)

Becky Carafa said...

So beautiful, love how you cut the sentiment circle on the Christmas card!

Karen Giron said...

You are the bow tying queen!! LOVE how you have made the sentiment the complete focus of your cards - just beautiful!

Kimberly said...

Wow Wow! Both your cards are absolutely stunning and have given me so many ideas.

 
 

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