January 03, 2019

My Favorite Things January Release Countdown | Day 5


Hello and welcome to day 5 of the My Favorite Things January Release Countdown. For the next five days, we'll be sharing cards and projects featuring all of the new products coming out on January 8th at 10am EST.

For my first card today I used the new Heart Tree Die-namics to create a rainbow design with the die cut inlay technique.




I first die cut the tree from white card stock, and then I adhered it over some exposed adhesive on a backing sheet so I could easily add all of the little pieces back in. I then die cut the tree from a bunch of different card stock colours and pieced it all back together. 

It did take a bit of time to do since there are so many pieces, but I love the look of it with all of the fun rainbow colours. I stamped a sentiment from the Sweet Celebrations stamp set onto a black sentiment strip and added that to complete the design.

I also used the awesome new Nugget Label, Window & Frame Die-namics to create a snowman themed treat in both a winter design and a Valentine's design. I love our shaker pouches and dies and this newest one is SO FUN! I can't wait to make a million treats with it throughout the year.


Stay tuned to the MFT YouTube channel on Monday... I'll be sharing a video sharing how I created these fun tags!

Thanks so much for joining me for Day 5 of the January release countdown. Make sure to head over to the MFT blog for a closer look at the new products and more ideas using them.

See you tomorrow for more countdown fun!
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28 comments:

  1. Cute card and love the snowman tag treat holders!

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  2. Very pretty card & adorable treat tags!

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  3. Endless possibilities with those treat holders!! So creative, love that tree die!!

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  4. Your snowman treat tag is so inventive! Love it.

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  5. Omg! The snowman idea is so cute!! I really like the tree pieced back together with different colors!

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  6. The tags are endless for every holiday, kids birthday party and summer ideas

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  7. WOW ! Gorgeous card & so snow cute tags ! Great idea for next christmas.

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  8. Oh Stephanie, your 2 projects are soooo cute!!! The tree is beautiful and the nugget holder turned into a snowman is A-MA-ZING!!!! I must have it all so I really need to the win the $75!!!

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  9. Love your twist on the nuggets! Thank you for sharing!!!

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  10. The snowmen are adorable! Very creative.

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  11. OMG the snowman are super clever! I love this idea. I can't wait to get mine and start making projects!

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  12. Stephanie, the inlaid tree is fantastic on your card. I am a huge fan of inlay, it always looks great! I am also a HUGE fan of tags and I have to admit, these ones are AMAZINGLY adorable! OMGoodness, these snowmen treats are simply precious!

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  13. I love the inlaid tree - this is going to the top of the wish list!

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  14. Love the snowman. So clever

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  15. Awesome nugget snowman!

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  16. This I love adding the snowman to it, it's just perfect & creative!!! ❤

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  17. Love the addition of the nugget snowman. How creative!

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  18. Cute CAS rainbow card and the treats are too sweet. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  19. Your tree is gorgeous and those snowmen stole my heart. What a clever idea!

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  20. Your use of the treat tag and nugget window is my favorite!

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  21. OMG... Those snowmen treats are the cutess. Great creative idea!

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  22. Very cute projects. Love them both!

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  23. You have enormous creative talent. I love how each of the 3 candy areas make up a snowman. So wonderful to see along with a great sentiment.

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  24. I adore the Heart Tree Die-namics and your card. Looking forward to the snowmen treats video... so stinkin' cute!

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