Blog: Damask Love Faves from MFTStamps

July 8, 2014



For the last couple of days, I’ve been sharing projects using product from My Favorite Things – and tonight they are releasing their entire July collection which includes a few items that I am particularly fond of….so here’s a quick round up of my faves.
Happy Everything

You know how much I love simple stationery, so these products are especially great for creating strikingly easy cards like the ones I made HERE and HERE.


Birthday Chalkboard Greetings: I love chalkboard. Don’t believe me? Check out this tutorial and this post. The stamps included in the Birthday Chalkboard Greetings stamp set give me one more reason to break out my chalkboard themed supplies!

Diagonal Stripes Background: This stamp is so versatile. HERE’s a look at a post from the Damask Love archives showing several ways to use diagonal background stamps. The Diagonal Stripes Background stamp from MFT would be absolutely PERFECT for recreating those looks!

Bring on the Cake Die-namics: These dies combine to create elaborate cake embellishments that are certainly perfect for birthday gifts and cards…but I’m also thinking it’d be great on a wedding gift too.

Tag Talk: Never too many tags. Never. And this one is free with your order of $60 or more. Nuff said.

Pinking Edge Circle Stax: I can think of at least two ways to use this die…I bet you can think of way more!

Confetti Background: Feeling festive? This background stamp is so on trend and so versatile. Of all the products in the July release, this one is my very fave.

“Happy” Die: If Pharrell Williams were a crafter, he would buy this die. So, it goes without saying that you need it! It will make you feel like a room without a roof.

Happy Everything Stamp Set:…and as long as you have the die, you should probably have the coordinating stamp set right!

Which goodies will you be picking up from the My Favorite Things July Release?

105 thoughts on “Damask Love Faves from MFTStamps”

  1. Love the wonderful “HAPPY” birthday card, and those mirrored gold tags and pinking edged circle dies…..gotta have ’em!

  2. I loved it all….bought the background stamps, happy die & the happy, happy stamp set. Can’t wait to receive them & get started using them.

  3. Love the confetti background stamp and how you used it!! Also loved the pinky stax dies and the gift bags you created… so cute!!!

  4. Great card Amber! I’m always looking for quick card ideas for last minute gatherings. Love how this stamp set is so versatile!

  5. Top of my list are the Confetti and Diagonal stripes background stamps, Blueprints 17, File folder edges and Birthdauy Chalkboard greetings

  6. Enjoy your creations! Glad you participated in MFT’s release this month! Another FAVE blogger to follow.

  7. These are such great and simple cards!! Thanks for the inspiration!! My favorite is the confetti background!!

  8. That Balloon die set is my #1 pick. Confetti background for stamp. Who the heck am I kidding…”I Want It ALL” lol

  9. I love all your beautiful cards. I can’t wait to get my hands on the pinking stax and confetti background.

  10. The Happy Card is such a pretty design. I love the design of your blog, by the way, and the picture of you is priceless.

  11. I love the bring on the cake die. I can see using it a lot on my greeting cards. Love your “happy” card. All of the colors make it a fun card.

  12. It was sure fun seeing all of your fantastic designs with the MFT stamps and dies. You are amazing. Also, congrats on the happy baby news.

  13. these products are to die for – so many great goodies! my fav is the happy everything set, but its really really beyond hard to pick!

  14. I think happy song when I look at these. I’m partial to the confetti background I adore. Love that golden tag talk creation.

  15. I would like to pick up every last bit of July’s releases! But, since I can’t do that, I definitely want the happy everything and confetti background plus whatever else I can get away with!

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