Tuesday, December 5, 2017

You've Been Spotted - December 5, 2017

Each week we see fantastic projects featuring My Favorite Things product, and we're always so thrilled to see what our customers and followers are creating!  

Today, we'd like to shine the spotlight on some awesome projects that have caught our attention in another edition of You've Been Spotted  

If you see your project featured, feel free to post this image on your blog and link to this post to show the world that you were spotted by My Favorite Things!

Svetlana Pavlova

Our Winter Wonderland stamp set is now retired, but we couldn't resist sharing this amazing card set. A gorgeous illuminated moon in the background shines brightly on the serene winter scene below. Mass producing thank you cards is a great way to save time during the busy holiday season and ensure you always have cards on hand when a thank you note is needed.

Dana Joy

How cute is this slider card by Dana? A brilliant background of blues and purples set the scene for this adorable winter bear having a bit of snowy fun! Using similar colors for the images as well as the background really helps to unify the design.

Rosemary Dennis

Using the positive of die cuts is usually our first choice, and we forget that the negative portion can create an abundance of creative designs. The bold smile die cut on Rosemary's card is the perfect complement to the stamped flowers layered underneath. 

Jenni (mypaperplane1)

Background panels provide a large canvas for all kinds of mediums such as paints, markers, and inks. Jenni layered beautiful shades of blue watercolor on her panel before enhancing it with white embossed snowflakes.  A simple image and sentiment are all you need to complete such a pretty card.

Monika Gulyas

Monika created a beautiful scene featuring Santa and a few of his furry helpers. We love the depth and dimension achieved in the snow and sky by adding blended colors and shadows.

Which design is your favorite this week? Be sure to leave these talented folks some love. And who knows? You might be spotted sometime soon!

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