Sunday, October 3, 2010

Thanksgiving Hostess Gift

It is Day 3 of October's MFTeaser!! And today it is all about FIVE new Pure Innocence Stamp Sets!! Stop by Kim's blog at 11:00 am EST for the list of designers sharing projects today.

My sister-in-law usually hosts Thanksgiving for my husband's side of the family and this year I will have my hostess gift ready to go ahead of time! I am using the new stamp set, Little Pumpkin for my project.
I used the new Die-namic die Polka Dot Greeting die and stamp set for my center sentiment.

I used one of the polka dot stamps and used a sentiment from the Little Pumpkin stamp set in the middle. I used a Thanksgiving graphic I had in my stash, and added some stitching, pearls, and ribbon.
On the inside I stamped the outline of Little Pumkin and left room for a thank you note.

I had purchased a Pumpkin Spiced Jar Candle at Michael's when they were on sale, along with a fall candle holder. My image is colored with Copics and her dress is paper pieced and I stamped another sentiment from the set. Then I sewed her to my background paper, add lace to the top edge, and adhered the image to the candle jar.

I hope you will join us at the release party on Wednesday night at 8:00 EST.

Be sure to leave comments on the designers blog today. Kim is giving away stamps each day of teasers.

The MFT Guest Designer Challenge is ON! Check the MFT Forum for all the details on how you could be the next Guest Designer and win up to $100 in MFT stamps!

Thanks for stopping by! I will be back tomorrow with another teaser!

Melody

35 comments :

  1. these are fabulous Melody, awesome thanksgiving card

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  2. Oh Melody,
    What a thoughtful, sweet gift any hostess would love! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Ohhh wowww Melody,This is so beautiful,I love the images and the colours.
    So gorgeous papers.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  4. Awww....the new PI girl is too cute and that die looks amazing! I LOVE the card and the candle cover you created with both. Your projects look always amazing. I love your attention to detail.
    Hugs and smiles

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  5. these are so cute! love that sweet little PI girl!!!

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  6. What a wonderful gift set for a lucky hostess.

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  7. Really warming and lovely, Melody!

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  8. Awesome set, Melody! A perfect gift!

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  9. So pretty! That's such an awesome gift.

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  10. This is such a beautifully made and thoughtful hostess gift. I can almost smell that candle!

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  11. What a wonderful gift!! Love the use of the polka dot stamp and die on the card and the PI on the candle...Perfect!!

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  12. Oh Good Golly, Save-Me-Miss-Molly!! I Looooove your set!! Brilliant and BRAVO!! I love them!! Your family will love them :)

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  13. great card, great candle decor! love them, both.

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  14. What a fabulous gift idea! I just adore the candle wrap!

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  15. What a totally adorable gift set Melody! Love it!

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  16. How AMAZING Melody! I LOVE how you decorated the candle!!

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  17. OK, so if DAVE Cooks for you and there is no bacon cheese will you come to MY house with a GORGEOUS Set like that???? :)

    hugs my friend... kj

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  18. Fabulous candle! Coordinates perfectly!

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  19. That jar would be SO cute with candy corn (or something else that actually tastes ok) in it! Very cute!

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  20. this is a fantastic hostess gift! they match so perfectly!

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  21. What a cute little hostess gift idea! I would love to be a hostess for you so I could receive this sweet set. :D Thanks for sharing it with us during the teaser hop today.

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  22. These are really amazing...simply, stunning and elegant!

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  23. I really like the pumpkin candle idea... Thanks for sharing!

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  24. What a great idea! Doesn't get much cuter than that!

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  25. oh my, love, love, love this stamp!
    great job!
    Sandra

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