Thursday, July 21, 2016

There's Still Time - Color Challenge 49

Today we are announcing the randomly selected winner of the MFT 10th Birthday Celebration Bonus Challenge! But before we get to that, check this out!

There's still time to participate in Color Challenge 49! Remember, you don't have to have the EXACT colors to play. Just use colors inspired by the ones you see below. 

Add in touches of neutrals like white, black, or kraft, but challenge yourself to incorporate all four of the colors. 

This challenge features nautical colors to inspire you  Cherry CrispBlu Raspberry, Cornflower, and After Midnight. 

Once you've created your card, you can add it to the InLinkz located HERE. You could win a gift card to the My Favorite Things online store worth up to $20. So I'm just gonna leave THAT right there!

A shout out to our challenge participants! We already have quite a few entries for this color challenge, but there is always room for more.

Let's check out a couple of fun projects submitted so far:

Vicki Parson went MFT challenge crazy with this great card. Of course, the colors are from Color Challenge 49, but she also submitted this to earn her Camp Create — Fantastic Foiling badge, Sketch 289, as well as our MFT 10th Birthday Celebration Bonus Challenge. Talk about killing FOUR birds with one beautiful stone!

Make a Wish Card Kit - Vicki Parson #mftstamps

Dana Joy's trendy design fulfills Color Challenge 49 beautifully as well as Sketch 289. I absolutely aDORE her use of the Chevron Fringe Die-namics.

Chevron Fringe Die-namics - Dana Joy #mftstamps

OK, so what are you waiting for? If you've never participated in one of our color challenges, this is me officially throwing down a challenge! Let's see what you've got!

And NOW it's time to announce the winner of the MFT 10th Birthday Celebration Bonus Challenge! We were seriously wowed by the creativity of the participants. But before we announce the winner, I wanted to share a few fun projects that were submitted for the bonus challenge:

Tina Pavlovic created a 10th birthday card featuring foiling from Camp Create Session Two and stamps from the Beary Special Birthday stamp set.

Birdie Brown Beary Special Birthday stamp set - Tina Pavlovic #mftstamps

Ashwini emulated this card that Yoonsun Hur created using ten flower and leaf stamps from the Modern Blooms stamp set and the sentiment includes 9 die cut letters and an exclamation point to equal another 10.

Modern Blooms stamp set - Ashwini #mftstamps

Becky Noelle's design features a flamboyance of 10 fantastic flamingos! She used the Tickled Pink stamp set and Flamingos Die-namics to create this totally fun and summery design.

Laina Lamb Design Tickled Pink stamp set and Flamingos Die-namics - Becky Noelle #mftstamps

To see the rest of the entries, be sure to go HERE. Some really inspiring stuff!

OK, drum roll, please! The randomly selected winner of the MFT 10th Birthday Celebration Bonus Challenge is....

Nicole Vögeli

Congratulations, Nicole! You've won a $20 gift voucher for use in the My Favorite Things Boutique. It should appear in your email shortly. 

Thank you to ALL of you for making our 10th Birthday SO much fun! And we can't wait to see what you create in our upcoming sketch and color challenges!


  1. SQUEAL!! I just loved going through my feed reader this morning and seeing you've put my card! :) Honored! I have really enjoyed seeing all of the awesome creations for these challenges this month!! Everyone is so creative!! I have one last card to finish up for the camp, but big congrats to the winner for the 10th birthday challenge!! Yay!!

  2. Yippie!! Thank you for featuring my card here!! Thank you so much!!
    Congrats to Nicole too!!

  3. Wauu.Thank you so much for featuring my card !!! It means a lot to me..Congratulations to Nicole!! Hugs from Sweden!!

  4. Oh wow! Such a surprise! THANK YOU so much! I love your stamps and dies!
    Have a happy day
    Greetings from Switzerland

  5. I can't even with you Susan. LOL. Thank you so much for featuring my card. Hope you watched the tutorial on how you can use the die in two ways. Thanks again!!