March 06, 2017

My Favorite Things March Release Countdown | Day 2

Hello and welcome to day 2 of the My Favorite Things March 2017 release countdown. For the next five days we're counting down to the release of the newest products from MFT! I'm so excited to share all of the new products with you! ;)

For today's project I created three baby gift tags using the new Bundle of Baby Clothes Die-namics, Welcome Baby Stamp set and Baby Rattle Die-namics.

I used the large tag die from the Blueprints 9 Die-namics to create the foundations for the tags and then I decorated each of them using various products from the new release.

I created a generic shaker tag using the Baby Rattle Die-namics and the 2" shaker pouches and I added a sentiment from the Welcome Baby stamp set. For the second two tags I used the Bundle of Baby Clothes Die-namics and created a boy and a girl themed tag.

These tags are a part of the March release free classes that we share each month, so make sure to check it out tomorrow night for a downloadable PDF and a video sharing how I created my tags.

Make sure to head over to the MFT blog for more projects from the design team using the upcoming release.

The new release will officially be available on March 7th at 9pm EST in the MFT online store!

See you tomorrow for more countdown fun!



  1. I just love these gift tags Stephanie.

  2. Wow love these tags, so many great ways to use these stamps and dies for the baby tags.

  3. I can see using these new baby themed sets for tons of baby cards and baby gift tags - the die shapes and sentiments are priceless!

  4. The clothing washes are awesome! I want some just like them to wear!

  5. Thanks for the chance to win goodies!

  6. How sweet making these into adorable tags! love both of your projects! Precious!

  7. Wow love the dies and stamps. I always fall in love with your products.

  8. Stephanie, I love your use of tags as the base of your cards! The clothes look so cute distressed. I love that you used the rattle with the background patterned paper behind it as a shaker card! Thanks for sharing.