Tuesday, February 1, 2011

MFT February SHOP & HOP!

Hi everyone!

Welcome to MFT's Shop & Hop! Have you enjoyed our full week of teasers showcasing My Favorite Thing's newest products? Well, you don't have to wait anymore, these products are available now! Click HERE to start shopping.

But
.... before you do, you might want to hop and check out what our design team has been up to with some of these new goodies, 'cuz your shopping list just might change! hehe!

If you landed here on my blog from the talented and SUPER sweet Christina, you are in the right place! If not, you might want to start off on Kim's blog so you don't miss out on any information or any of the awesome creations the ladies have prepared to share with you tonight. :-)

For my project, I created a step mini-album using Graphic 45's Once Upon a Springtime paper collection. What a perfect paper collection to showcase one of MFT's newest stamp set from the Inspired by collection -- "Butterflies." This stamp set oooozes Spring and new life. I just love it! And come on, it's butterflies! Yipppeeeee! LOL! The stamp set comes with 3 variations of large butterflies and 4 wonderful sentiments. MFT's stamps are made in the USA from the highest quality photopolymer, so they stamp just as nicely as rubber stamps! Clean impressions, lots of detail, EVERY time! They really are awesome! :-)

(cover)

(close up)

I incorporated several MFT Die-namics dies into this project, so be sure to check out my YouTube video HERE which includes more details and a close up look at this mini album and its interior pages. I also included a product list below. :-)

Now I'd like to point you in the direction of the super creative SUSAN. I'm certain she has some amazing eye-candy to share with you tonight!

hugs!







I used the following MFT Die-namics on my step mini-album:









Other Products used:
  • MFT's My Favorite Felt
  • MFT cardstock in "Black Licorice"
  • Graphic 45's "Once Upon a Springtime" paper collection
  • Paper Accents black chipboard, Mod Podge, Versafine ink, Ranger Distress ink in Vintage Photo, iamroses flowers

35 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

STUNNING Arlene, you know I ADORE that paper.

Barbara said...

GASP!! I have no words for how gorgeous this is. Gorgeous doesn't seem to be good enough.

Teri Berrios said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Ar.... MFT is very very lucky to have you on their DT girlie....you are worth a million bucks!! Your work totally ROCKS!!
Hugs, T

Jenny said...

All I can say is a big fat WOW!!!! I'm def gonna check out that youtube channel!! :)

Christina Fischer said...

OH. MY. GOODNESS. This is beyond gorgeous, Arlene! Amazing!

Joanne B. said...

Arlene! What a BEAUTY, so much work - can't wait to see the video. You are amazing!

Anonymous said...

Awesome is the only word to say .... EJ

~Suzy said...

Wow! Amazing!!!!

carole (TruCarMa) said...

I'm humbled every single time I come here, Arlene. You are truly an artist!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

that's amazing

Bonnie aka raduse said...

Very pretty.

Susan said...

Arlene, as usual your design is breathtaking.

StampOwl said...

gorgeous!!!!!!!!

cricutalltime said...

really cute project.love the way you have the butterfly ready to fly away.such pretty paper.tfs

g said...

AMAZING! what stunning details and fabulous design-just awesome! thanks for making & sharing such great videos too- LOVE em!

Melody said...

Just absolutely amazing!! So many beautiful details. Look forward to learning from the the video.

Jan Garber said...

One word, breathtaking!

debw said...

Thanks for sharing this with video too, Awesome

Cheryl Haley said...

I just can't get over all the creativity that goes into your creations!

Elle said...

Beautiful work. I love your use of the different elements. I must get that stamp set!

Jessie/knightrone said...

Wow...THUD!!

recollectionalley said...

What a wonderful use of that particular paper line. I wasn't sure how to use it and now I know!

bernshwag said...

Arlene, your mini is beyond any words to describe it....umm,urrr gorgeous, beautiful, stunning magnificent. I don"'t know what else to say...LOL Oh how about this....You ROCK girl!!

merry said...

This really is super adorable! Love it!

Marian said...

Wow, wow, wow. It's stunning! I love it!
Hugs, Marian.

Lisa H. said...

amazing work! loved the video on it.

Regina C. said...

All I can say is WOW, I just watched with my mouth wide open. It is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing with us!!!

Dawn said...

Absolutely stunning Arlene!

Bobbie Lynn said...

Another beautiful album Arlene. Thank you for sharing all the wonderful MFT dies that you used on your album. I enjoyed your video this morning with a cup of Java. : )
Have wonderful day.

joy said...

Wow! This is gorgeous. I have to get some of these products. TFS!

Crafty Math Chick said...

WOW! This is uber ornate Arlene!! You have so much going on that I don't know where to look first.

Nancy Thomas said...

Beautifully creative - a real work of art.

Luann said...

You are truly an inspiration. I love your creativity. What a beautiful way to use the MFT products.

Bethany said...

Wow, beautiful work!!

Anna Fearer said...

oh my...I love your work! This mini is just stunning!

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