You've Been Spotted - February 20, 2018
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!
Louisa created a winter-themed card with a stenciled background that highlights the images on her design. The addition of the white glitter card stock for both the background and the icy pond really enhances the wintertime ambiance.
Sharon used Blueprints 28 t0 create a gift card holder and a card design all in one. She added interest to her card with a die cut sentiment peeking over the edge of her interactive flap and added a stamped sentiment to let the recipient know that there is a surprise hidden inside.
We adore this sweet card by Kerys - from the white embossed background to the interactive shaker element for added movement, this card features a little bit of everything to really make it fun and unique!
Leigh created a beautiful card with a soft color palette to send her sweet hello. We love how she highlighted her butterfly on a solid card stock strip with her stamped greenery bordering each side.
Lisa's multicolor background is inked perfectly to represent sky and grass on her scene. A bold die cut sentiment is a great way to send her message, with her stamped images creating a fun, playful look to her design.
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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!
Thanks so much for featuring my card! This totally made my day!ReplyDelete
Oh how fun! Thank you for "spotting" my card!ReplyDelete
Oh wow! I’m over the moon right now! Thanks for sharing my card design! I had a lot of fun making it and participating in the challenges.ReplyDelete