LOVE these new stamps!! LOVE LOVE LOVE them!! the artist for these "Spring Sprouts" is new to My Favorite Things and I LOVE her! Her name is Sara Williams and she has a funky freshness that is gonna add some unique and fun style to MFT!! WOOHOO for Sara!!
I am especially fond of this rainbow stamp (the two small clouds are individual, separate stamps) and the sentiment for teacher's that comes with it! LOVE it!! I also used CPS Sketch 107 for this card!!Second is a layout I made with some sweet pictures of my oldest and youngest....he was taking her on a walk to look at grasshoppers...such sweet memories! I just used the flower top on this particular layout!
If you wanna see more fabulous things made with this set start at Kim's blog for a blog hop with some of the MFT DT!!
And, while your surfing the MFT....make sure you stop by the MFT forum over at Splitcoast and check out the MFT Idol...there is some SERIOUS talent there!
OMGoodness!!!! What a FAB-FAB card design!!! That paper is just PERFECT with my swirly clouds!!! I'm so excited and I love all those buttons!!!! It's even more exciting to see the stamp set on a SCRAPBOOK page!!! ALRIGHT and THANK YOU!!!! You do such great work...and I LOVE your blog banner!!!!!!!!
Oh Natalie that card is amazing...when I was teaching I would have LOVED to have gotten that card!!! Super LO too :D You are such an amazing designer - I love your work and I am so happy you share it with all of us!
GREAT samples, Natalie!!! I love the buttons on the card!
Love the buttons, love the nestie backing love it all. Great job with the cps sketch.
It's a good life!
Awww, I love the card and the sentiment for teachers. Very nice!
Great card. Love the sentiment.
Your LO looks good too.
Adorable card, Natalie and SUCH a sweet layout!! Those pics on your LO are just too precious!!
Both creations are just so cute! Love the fun and happy papers and accents! Great use of that CPS sketch.
OH! So cute.. Such nice bright colors on the card!
Wow! LOVE both the layout and the card! Your work is awesome!
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