Thursday, June 23, 2016

MFT Color Challenge 48

We're here again with another MFT Color Challenge! Join us as we create with this week's color combination. 

This challenge features summery colors to inspire you  Wild WisteriaLavender Fields, Blu Raspberry, and Sour Apple

Create cards, scrapbook layouts, home decor, treat containers, mixed media, etc. using this color combination and be sure to link your project below for a chance at a My Favorite Things Gift Voucher worth up to $20.

Your My Favorite Things Creative Team can't wait to share their inspiring projects using this color palette. Let's see what has been going on in their creative minds.

Jodi looked at Color Challenge 48 as the perfect opportunity to pull out the Four Way Chevron Cover-Up Die-namics and create this gorgeous graphic design. Sparkle, coordinating enamel dots, and voila! Spectacular.

Handmade card from Jodi Collins featuring Pretty Label Maker Sentiments stamp set, Label Tape, Hello There, Four Way Chevron Cover-Up, and Blueprints 2 Die-namics #mftstamps

The paper pack that Barbara used on the Big Numbers of her design is the perfect complement to these colors. And how delicious is her design with all of that yummy texture she created with the Cascading Scallop stencil?

Handmade card from Barbara Anders featuring Lisa Johnson Designs You’re the Sweetest stamp set, Big Numbers and Blueprints 25 Die-namics, and Cascading Scallop stencil #mftstamps

Julie draws all of the focus to the middle of her design creating a colorful backdrop for the simple stamped flowers from the Build-able Bouquet stamp set. The white frame draws the eye expertly to the lovely focal point.

Handmade card from Julie Dinn featuring Build-able Bouquet and Sweet Forest Friends stamp sets, and Stitched RectangleFrames, Oval STAX Set 1, and Blueprints 29 Die-namics #mftstamps

Stephanie starts with a background created with the Diagonal Stripes Background stamp and then creates a sweet bouquet of flowers in the colors of Color Challenge 48 using the Spring Garden Die-namics. Simple and lovely.

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring Warm & Fuzzy Friends stamp set, Diagonal Stripes Background stamp, and Spring Garden Die-namics #mftstamps

Inge's design is perfect for a hot summer day with the cool colors and the jaunty bear from the Cool Day stamp set. The dots, tag, and background stamping all add to the delightfulness of this detailed design!

Handmade card from Inge Groot featuring Birdie Brown Cool Day stamp set and Die-namics, Geometric Grid Background stamp, and Inside & Out Diagonal Stitched Rectangle STAX, Tag Builder Blueprints 5, and Lisa Johnson Designs Scribbles Die-namics #mftstamps

Congratulations, Betty Wright! You are the randomly selected winner of the MFT Color Challenge. You can view all the entries from the last challenge HERE.

If you are looking for further color inspiration, feel free to download past MFT Color Combinations HERE.

You have until Wednesday, July 13th, at noon EDT to add your link and be eligible for the prize of up to $20 in MFT Cash. Winners are chosen at random, so everyone has a chance! The prize is a $15 Gift Voucher to My Favorite Things, but if you use MFT stamps and/or dies in your project, you’ll receive an extra $5.

Watch for shout outs on the blog every Tuesday, too! We'll feature fun, unique, clever, and noteworthy projects submitted using MFT products with design tips and trend talk. Who knows? You might be SPOTTED! Share your cards on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the hashtag #mftstamps.

Join the fun at our MFT Challenge & Inspiration group on Facebook!






How will this color combination inspire YOU? We can't wait to see.


  1. such a great color combo and great stuff by the DT!

  2. This is the most fantastic color combo ever!:)

  3. Gah! The card descriptions are a favorite part of both challenge posts every week! :) They are always fun to read and then look at the card. Way to tackle these colors, girls! :)

  4. Such a great color challenge~lovely samples!!! Sorry about the zoomed in thumbnail~it appeared at the last minute when I linked