Summer School – It’s Your Turn to Learn: Primary Colors

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MFT_DT_SusanOpel_200pxWe’re so glad to have you back again for the next lesson in color theory! It’s been a fun week so far learning about the Gallon/Quart/Pint rule as well as Complementary Colors and how to use them.

Just to be clear — paper crafting is all about fun and creativity, and while we never want you to feel like there is a right or wrong way to design, we hope that these simple ideas help you in your quest to make cute and colorful stuff!

Today’s lesson feels a little bit like a trip back to elementary school and a fresh box of delicious crayons and a clean white sheet of paper. Let’s dive in to today’s lesson, shall we?

Lesson #8 – Color Theory: Primary Colors

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The most basic of colors are primary colors — red, yellow, and blue. See how they create a triangle in the color wheel? From those three colors come all of the rest. Here are a couple examples of cards from Francine Vuillème and Vera Wirianta Yates created with primary colors:

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While these colors look great on their own, they are the bulding blocks for creating an entire spectrum of color. Today’s instructor, My Favorite Things Design Team member Stephanie Klauck, shows us how to take red, yellow, and blue to create a cool graffiti wall effect. Click HERE or simply watch the video below to learn more about using the Primary Colors to create many colors.

Stephanie sure makes me want to experiment with some blending. What a fun way to show the power of primary colors!

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring the Brushstroke Birthday Greetings Die-namics.

I love how Stephanie’s card turned out! And now that you know how to achieve this look, you can give it a try as well.

To aid in your learning, we have created a My Favorite Things Summer School Session Two Study Guide. Download it HERE, and then print it. It will be a handy tool that you can refer to as you design!

This week you’re the student, and instead of grades, we’ve got two prizes per day and two ways to win. Using today’s lesson, we’d love for you to create a project that exemplifies what you learned and upload it to the link below. Master the lesson and win a $50 voucher from My Favorite Things and be featured on the blog on July 28th. Just by participating, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $20 voucher, so everyone has a chance!

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All entries must be submitted by noon EDT on July 24th. Winners will be announced here on the blog on Tuesday, July 28.

Here’s your homework for your chance to win:
  1. Create a project following the lesson you learned today.
  2. Be sure to link your project below for your chance to win!

Before you go, be sure to stop by the blogs of these members of our Creative Team for more lessons in how to use the color theory of using Primary Colors in your projects.

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Summer School – It’s Your Turn to Learn: Complementary Colors

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Are you ready for another lesson on color theory? We hope you enjoyed our lesson yesterday on creating using the Gallon/Quart/Pint theory. If you missed it, you can check it out HERE.

Surprisingly, color can trip up many a creative person. I’d wager a guess that you have a go-to color combination that you use frequently. And there’s absolutely NOTHING wrong with that! When you find something that works for you, it’s never a bad idea to use it again and again. But sometimes it’s fun to dip your toe into the pool of something a little new, don’t you think?

Today’s lesson will give you the tools you need to come up with fun and fresh color combinations that just work. Are you ready class? Let’s begin.

Lesson #7 – Color Theory: Complementary Colors

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Yellow and Violet 

Handmade card from Melania Deasy featuring Birthday Wishes & Balloons.

Blue and Orange

Handmade card from Inge Groot featuring Birthday Bears from Birdie Brown.

Red and Green

Handmade card from Alice Wertz featuring Wild Greenery Die-namics.

No matter if you choose a true blue or a blue green, using the color wheel helps you to find the perfect complement — simply run your finger across the color wheel to find a color’s match! You can also play with different hues and saturations of the complements to come up with a wide variety of combinations!

Today’s instructor is My Favorite Things Design Team member Keisha Campbell. Keisha played with the hues of the complements red and green by using Fuse Green, Razzle Berry, and Electric Red.

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While the complementary colors could stand on their own, pairing them with neutrals like black and white really allows the colors to take center stage. Keisha started with Electric Red and Fuse Green to create her focal point. You could easily make the entire flower one shade of red, but Keisha’s addition of Razzle Berry (another color in the red family) makes quite a statement.

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Tie it all together with a neutral sentiment, and you’ve got complementary color magic!

Handmade card from Keisha Campbell featuring Polka Dot Cover-Up Die-namics.

Voila! By using her knowledge of complementary colors, Keisha has pulled off a lovely card with a fun and fresh color combination!

To aid in your learning, we have created a My Favorite Things Summer School Session Two Study Guide. Download it HERE, and then print it. It will be a handy tool that you can refer to as you design!

This week you’re the student, and instead of grades, we’ve got two prizes per day and two ways to win. Using today’s lesson, we’d love for you to create a project that exemplifies what you learned and upload it to the link below. Master the lesson and win a $50 voucher from My Favorite Things and be featured on the blog on July 28th. Just by participating, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $20 voucher, so everyone has a chance!

Complementary Colors Rule of Design.

All entries must be submitted by noon EDT on July 24th. Winners will be announced here on the blog on Tuesday, July 28.

Here’s your homework for your chance to win:
  1. Create a project following the lesson you learned today.
  2. Be sure to link your project below for your chance to win!
Before you go, be sure to stop by the blogs of these members of our Creative Team for more lessons in how to use the color theory of using Complementary Colors in your projects.

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Creative Construction: Celebrate with Tag Builders

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We love Blueprints because they take the guesswork out of crafting beautiful cards in quick fashion when we’re short on time or inspiration. We also love them for their versatility and ability to be mixed and matched when we have the time and inspiration to create something truly unique. Our Creative Construction Challenge focuses on these attributes each month, challenging the team to either assemble a card based on one of the provided Blueprints sketches or design an original card combining elements from the featured Blueprints.

Did you know you can find ALL of our printable Blueprints sketches in one spot? Our Printable Resources section over there in the sidebar is packed with handy reference materials including Blueprints. Did you know MFT celebrates our birthday in July? We thought this month would be the perfect opportunity to explore the possibilities our Tag Builder Blueprints afford by challenging the team to craft one or more birthday tags with any combination of Tag Builder elements.

Handmade gift tags from Torico feature Tag Builder Blueprints and the Dots & Stripes Sorbet Paper Pack.

Torico’s sweet and colorful duo pairs Tag Builder Blueprints with the Dots & Stripes Sorbet Paper Pack to create a powerful punch of happiness perfect for adorning birthday packages.

Handmade gift tags from Francine Vuilleme featuring Tag Builder Blueprints 2 Die-namics.

Francine’s contribution features the Birdie Brown I Knead You image popped up against a stunning cloud backdrop. Building a simple scene atop a tag allows you to hone in on the sweetest part of the message while the rainbow-striped tag topper, die cut with one of the included Blueprints elements, ties it all together.

Ready to start your next card from the ground up? Stock up on Blueprints and save 15% with code BLUEPRINTS – today only so act fast!

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Keep on clicking to see how the rest of our team interpreted this month’s challenge.

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Summer School – It’s Your Turn to Learn: Gallon/Quart/Pint

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MFT_DT_SusanOpel_200pxWelcome back to MFT Summer School! We hope you had some quality family time during our little break and the chance to use what you learned in session one! If you happened to miss it, HERE is a link to bring you up to speed.

While session one focused on design priniciples, session two will give you the tools you need to confidently create with color. And with all of the colors available through My Favorite Things, you’re sure to want to play with them ALL!

From the palest of hues to the most vibrant, color shapes every decision we make. Within paper crafting, color can ultimately dictate the overall mood and feel of your designs. From a bright and cheerful birthday card to a dark and somber sympathy card, color is one of the most powerful tools at your disposal.

We’re hoping that by the end of the week, our lessons will give you the confidence you need to create cards and projects that are pleasing to the eye just by following a few simple color rules. Are you ready class? Let’s begin.

Lesson #6 – Color Theory: Gallon/Quart/Pint

When combining solid colors, it’s helpful to use the gallon/quart/pint rule. Also, combining similar saturations often works best.

Handmade card from Kimberly Crawford featuring the Party Patterns stamp set.

The first color lesson centers around the concept of using the theory of Gallon/Quart/Pint. A tricolor scheme can make most any card work when applying a main color, a little less of another color, and a dose of a final third color.

Today’s instructor is My Favorite Things Design Team member Kimberly Crawford. Click HERE or simply watch the video below to learn more about using the color theory of Gallon/Quart/Pint in your designs.

Kimberly is such a great teacher with super visuals to show the concept! Fun Fact: She used to be a classroom teacher. Pretty obvious, huh?

Handmade card from Kimberly Crawford featuring the Party Patterns stamp set.

Doesn’t the finished product rock? And now that you know a little more about this color rule, you can confidently create with color!

To aid in your learning, we have created a My Favorite Things Summer School Session Two Study Guide. Download it HERE, and then print it. It will be a handy tool that you can refer to as you design!

This week you’re the student, and instead of grades, we’ve got two prizes per day and two ways to win. Using today’s lesson, we’d love for you to create a project that exemplifies what you learned and upload it to the link below. Master the lesson and win a $50 voucher from My Favorite Things and be featured on the blog on July 28th. Just by participating, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $20 voucher, so everyone has a chance!

Gallon / Quart / Pint Rule of Design.

All entries must be submitted by noon EDT on July 24th. Winners will be announced here on the blog on Tuesday, July 28.

Here’s your homework for your chance to win:
  1. Create a project following the lesson you learned today.
  2. Be sure to link your project below for your chance to win!

Before you go, be sure to stop by the blogs of these members of our Creative Team for more lessons in how to use the color theory of Gallon/Quart/Pint in your projects.

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I Thank My Lucky Stars for You

Before we get to today’s post, we have our randomly selected New Product Launch winners. Both of these lucky ladies have won $100 Vouchers to the MFT boutique. Enjoy!

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from Mayuri’s blog: Cindy Beach

Congratulations to you both! Your Gift Vouchers will be emailed to you sometime later today, so keep an eye out. And thank you to everyone that commented on our Design Team blogs. We appreciate you all!

Today we’re seeing stars thanks to a fabulous design from Jody. This classic design element paired with the always-cheerful rainbow color scheme results in a card worthy of any recipient on your list.

Handmade card from Jody Morrow featuring Laina Lamb Designs Count the Stars, Lucky Stars Die-namics, and Stars & Wishes Die-namics.

You can see that this look features lots of great dimension but is still compact enough to easily slide into an envelope. Having this many elements could easily cross the line into chaos but Jody stayed cool and collected by opting to layer the Stripes Cover-Up and Stitched Rectangle Frame in the same Sweet Tooth as the card base.

Handmade card from Jody Morrow featuring Laina Lamb Designs Count the Stars, Lucky Stars Die-namics, and Stars & Wishes Die-namics.

Random spatters of coordinating color on the card base help to emphasize the dimension and provide interest and definition. To create them, use an ink refill or simply pick up some color from your ink pad with a waterbrush. Tap the brush gently to apply the color to your card base.

Handmade card from Jody Morrow featuring Laina Lamb Designs Count the Stars, Lucky Stars Die-namics, and Stars & Wishes Die-namics.

Stamping a sentiment from the Count the Stars stamp set onto vellum allows the die-cut stars beneath to shine without detracting from the message. The “Stars” element was created with the Stars & Wishes Die-namics.

There’s so much here to be inspired by. Which technique or design feature are you most likely to try out on your next project? The next time you share an MFT project on social media, be sure to tag #mftstamps – we’re always on the looking for more fabulous projects featuring My Favorite Things. Have a great (crafty!) weekend!

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Product Spotlight: Birthday Present Die-namics

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Time to take a trip back to re-visit one of our July Release products. This month, we’re taking a closer look at the Birthday Present Die-namics. This unique design allows you to create a dimensional gift box accent for your projects. It coordinates so well with many products from this release – it was a natural pick to feature!

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Jodi paired a gift box created in primary colors with an explosion of dotty color created with the Party Patterns stamp set.

Handmade card from Jodi Collins featuring Party Patterns stamp set.

Julie opted to forgo the box top choosing instead to use the triangle element to create a fluff of tissue to accent the box. She used the new Dots & Stripes Sorbet Paper Pack to create a base panel and decorative bow in a cheery polka dot pattern.

Handmade card from Julie Dinn featuring Dots & Stripes Sorbet Paper Pack.

The Split Diagonal Background adds graphic black and white pattern on Keisha’s version of the Birthday Present. The Brushstroke Birthday Greetings Die-namics and Birthday Wishes & Balloons Die-namics provide the perfect accents.

Handmade card from Keisha Campbell featuring Brushstroke Birthday Greetings Die-namics.

Stephanie’s card features a two-tone bow cut from glitter paper and is framed by the Pierced Square Frames Die-namics. A simple stripe pattern was added with the Diagonal Stripes Background.

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring Pierced Square Frames Die-namics.

The Star Celebration Background provides the pattern on Kay’s gift box. Notice how she used her Copics for added dimension on the bow – easy and effective!

Handmade card from Kay Miller featuring Star Celebration Background.

Did you snap up the Birthday Present Die-namics? We really want to see what you do with it so make sure to tag #mftstamps on your social media sharing so we can be inspired by your beautiful work!

It’s Time to Shop for the NEW July Products

You’ve been waiting an entire week to take home the latest Die-namics, stamp sets, and stencils. Now it’s finally time to make them yours!

Handmade card from Kay Miller featuring Party Patterns stamp set and Miss Tiina's Things with Wings stamp set and Die-namics.

All of our July release products are available HERE in the MFT Boutique. Scroll to the end to see how YOU can win one of 2, $100 Gift Vouchers as part of tonight’s New Product Launch celebration!

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In addition to your favorite products, we also help you save money on every order.  We offer 3 Ways to Save with every purchase.

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1. Our Free with $60 Die-namics set is available with each qualifying order over $60 (after any discounts, before shipping and tax).

2. You’ll receive FREE shipping on each retail USA order over $75.

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3. Our Shop to Save discounts start at 10% for each order over $100 and go up to a savings of 20% on orders over $500. That can add up, so be sure to take advantage!

My Favorite Things is your home for great products, great service, and great savings.

Handmade card from Julia Stainton featuring Birthday Present Die-namics.

We’re so thankful for all of the inspiration our team has provided over the past week. They have another shot of inspiration to help inspire you and narrow down your shopping list to your must-have items. Visit each of their July Product Launch posts linked below and leave a comment by the end of the day on Thursday, July 9 for your chance to WIN one of two, $100 Gift Vouchers. The winners will be chosen at random and the prizes will be sent out on July 10. Start now because you don’t want to miss a single post!

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It’s Reveal Day – Don’t Be Late!

It’s almost time! Set your alarm to 10:00 PM EST, and don’t be late for our big reveal! All of the stamp sets, Die-namics, stencils, inks, and papers we’ve been showing off over the past week will be available for purchase HERE in the MFT Boutique.

We want to make your shopping experience fun – not stressful, so we’ve created THIS shopping list that you can print out and check off as you fill your cart!

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One of the most important parts of shopping is saving. We offer you 3 ways to save with every purchase:

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Our Free with $60 Die-namics set is available with each qualifying order over $60 (after any discounts, before shipping and tax).

You’ll receive FREE shipping on each retail USA order over $75.

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And if you needed another reason to shop MFT, our Shop to Save discounts start at 10% for each order over $100 and go up, up, up to a savings of 20% on orders over $500.

My Favorite Things is your home for great products, great service, and great savings.

You can look at every new product in our July release, for sale TONIGHT at 10 PM EST, below. Click on any of the individual graphics to view a bigger picture, and hover over the picture with your cursor to view the product name.

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Now it’s time to announce the randomly selected winners of our July Release Countdown prizes! Thanks to all of you who took the time to leave a comment during the countdown! Five lucky stampers will win a $75 Prize to use in the MFT Boutique! Prizes will be sent directly to the winners’ email accounts tomorrow.

Countdown Day Five Winner: Lynne in NI – Comment #377

Countdown Day Four Winner: Dawn B. – Comment #603

Countdown Day Three Winner: Kelley_R – Comment #18

Countdown Day Two Winner: Michele  – Comment #434

Countdown Day One Winner: Wendy – Comment #102

Congratulations to all the winners!

The Day is Finally Here! Our July Release is So Close!

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We’ve reached the final day of the countdown – time for the latest from Miss Tiina, more party favorites, and our newest Free with $60 item. You’ll be able to shop for all of the new July Release products TONIGHT, July 7, at 10 PM EST – mark your calendar, set an alarm, don’t forget!

We’ve got something special to help get you through the day while you wait for the release though. Five of our fabulous designers have created mini classes to help you recreate some of their stellar projects. You can download all five tutorials in one easy PDF. Grab yours HERE and have fun creating beautiful projects inspired by our designers. If you share a project based on one of these classes, be sure to tag #mftstamps on your social media uploads so we can see what you’ve created!

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  • You can enter to win by commenting on each of the five countdown posts on the MFT Blog before Noon EST on July 7. Please leave only one comment per person, per day.
  • One winner will be randomly selected from each countdown day, and all winners will be announced at 8:30 PM EST on July 7 on the MFT Blog.

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THINGS WITH WINGS

Birds and butterflies and ladybugs – oh my! Miss Tiina has incorporated a bit of everything in this collection of Things with Wings. Coordinated accessories include a tree, birdhouse, birdbath, clouds, and sunshine. Diminutive sentiments make a petite statement in simple style and encompass a variety of occasions.

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See more of the Things with Wings stamp set HERE or by watching the video below.

See more of the Things with Wings Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring Miss Tiina's Things with Wings stamp set.

PARTY PATTERNS

Mix, match, and layer your way to festive and playful patterns. This set includes solid, scribble, and dotted circles for creating endless colorful combinations.

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See more of the Party Patterns stamp set HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Jodi Collins featuring the Party Patterns stamp set.

POP-UP BIRTHDAY

Anyone who receives a card or package accented by the fun Pop-Up Birthday Die-namics – this month’s Free with $60 item – will be delighted by this dimensional surprise. Each word measures 9/16” in height and features a subtle emboss line along the bottom edge to ensure easy folding of each letter. Words come individually so you can position them in whatever configuration you desire.

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See more of the Pop-Up Birthday Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Mayuri featuring the Pop-Up Birthday Die-namics.

VINTAGE BUTTONS

The Vintage Buttons Die-namics includes six delicate designs that evoke a vintage vibe perfect for accenting your projects. Subtle pierced and embossed details and a variety of sizes and edges ensure you’ll have the perfect notion for any application.

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See more of the Vintage Buttons Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade cards from Keisha Campbell featuring the Vintage Buttons Die-namics.

ABSTRACT BACKGROUND

A veritable constellation of angles, lines, and spaces – that’s what you get with the fabulous Abstract Background. Pepper your project with tone-on-tone pattern, heat emboss and watercolor, or add some pop to die-cut shapes with this vibrant design.

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Handmade cards from Donna Mikasa featuring the Abstract Background.

ABSTRACT STENCIL

Do you prefer the Abstract pattern in stencil form? We’ve got that! Emboss, sponge, and mist your way to this beautifully complex pattern based on simple lines and angles.

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Handmade cards from Francine  Vuilleme featuring the Abstract Stencil.

METALLIC PAPERS

Metals and foils are HOT right now and I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out the range of trendy card stocks we’ve been adding to the shop. Shiny, brushed, glittered – so many choices. You’ll definitely want to add a pack or two to your cart when you check out with all of your birthday-themed goodies. Nothing says it’s time to party like a little sparkle! Find all of our metallic options in the Specialty Papers section.

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Did anything in our July release catch your eye? Now is the time to take a few minutes to print out the handy shopping list and make note of your must-have items.

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It’s the last day of our countdown but our Design Team is still crafting inspiring new projects! Keep on clicking to see how they’ve wound things up on this final day.

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2 Days Until the July Release

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Have you been wishing for more stamp and Die-namics options for your collection of birthday themed products? Wish no more!

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  • You can enter to win by commenting on each of the five countdown posts on the MFT Blog before Noon EST on July 7. Please leave only one comment per person, per day.
  • One winner will be randomly selected from each countdown day, and all winners will be announced at 8:30 PM EST on July 7 on the MFT Blog.

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BRUSHSTROKE BIRTHDAY

Adding a personal hand-lettered touch to your projects is as easy as inking and stamping with the Brushstroke Birthday Greetings stamp set. This collection includes a variety of birthday-appropriate sentiments in a trendy brush script font.

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See more of the Brushstoke Birthday stamp set HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Kay Miller featuring the Brushstroke Birthday stamp set.

BRUSHSTROKE BIRTHDAY GREETINGS

Make a happy birthday wish with the trendy Brushstroke Birthday Greetings Die-namics. This sentiment set features a brush script font and can be used in conjunction with the Brushstroke Birthday stamp set for an even more dynamic look.

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See more of the Brushstoke Birthday Greetings Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Keisha Campbell featuring the Brushstroke Birthday Greetings Die-namics.

BIRTHDAY WISHES & BALLOONS

Hand-drawn sentiments in a whimsical mix of script and sans serif text combined with heart and balloon accents make the Birthday Wishes & Balloons stamp set an essential addition to your collection of birthday supplies.

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See more of the Birthday Wishes & Balloons stamp set HERE or by watching the video below.

See more of the Birthday Wishes & Balloons Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Kay Miller featuring the Birthday Wishes & Balloons stamp set and Die-namics.

BIRTHDAY BALLOONS

Mix in the Birthday Balloons Die-namics with the images and sentiments in the Birthday Wishes & Balloons stamp set for fun and festive birthday projects. Use the Birthday Wishes & Balloons Die-namics to mat these for even more dimension.

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See more of the Birthday Balloons Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Keisha Campbell featuring the Birthday Balloons Die-namics.

BIRTHDAY PRESENT

This innovative Die-namics creates a dimensional accent perfect for cards, tags, and package décor. Use the emboss lines to guide your folding. The lid slides over the box base – tuck a fun surprise inside! This set includes a triangle element to create a tissue paper insert and a multi-layered ribbon to complete the look.

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See more of the Birthday Present Die-namics HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Stephanie Klauck featuring the Birthday Present Die-namics.

Assembling the Birthday Present Die-namics is a breeze – check out this step-by-step pictorial to see how easy it is.

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BALLOON STRINGS BACKGROUND

This fun pattern emulates the look of a multitude of balloons dancing their way across your cards. Use with any number of balloon Die-namics, or standalone, to create an exciting pattern positioned horizontally, vertically, even diagonally!

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See more of the Balloon Strings Background HERE or by watching the video below.

Handmade card from Donna Mikasa featuring the Balloon Strings Background.

Are you enjoying the July countdown? We’ve almost reached the end (that means it’s almost time to shop!) Let’s check out the projects our talented design team has created with today’s offerings.

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