Tuesday, November 6, 2018

You've Been Spotted - November 6, 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!

Nicole Vogeli

A simple faux stitched line on a design can add so much detail. Nicole added hers to help distinguish the ice from the gorgeous snow-filled sky above, and we love how it turned out. A simple color palette totally works on this design and really keeps the focus on her charming polar bear character.

Jillian Lees

Jillian created a birthday scene on her card featuring one of the adorable sheep from the Ewe Are the Best stamp set. She loosely colored the sky background giving it a fun, playful look and added a stunning pop of pink to both the balloon and the party hat.

Tanya Adams

Have you started creating your Christmas cards for the year? Tanya started out with a car full of snowmen for her first holiday card of the year, and we love all of the traditional reds and greens that she added to her design. The addition of the aqua in her coloring perfectly complements the rest of the card and completes her festive scene.

Cathy Arenzana

Two sweet penguins and a bold sentiment are all Cathy needed to create a gorgeous holiday card design. The added text stamping in the background adds interest to her card without taking away from the main images and die cut greeting.


Gladys created a stunning fall scene on her card that she highlighted using the Stitched Dome Frames Die-namics. Her sentiment strip provides a greeting and also acts as a design element with the twine bow and leaves layered on top.

Supplies featured in today's cards:

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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