Tuesday, August 30, 2011

MFT September Teaser Day 1

Hi Everyone!! MFT's September Teases start today! New stamps, new fun, creative Die-namics! Today the design team is sharing fun projects with WTG Who's that Mummy?. You can stop by Kim's blog of the list of designers sharing project today. 


I love having Halloween treat holders ready to go as the season approaches. This is a quick and easy treat holder! I used a small paint can, filled it with candy, and wrapped the fence around the can. The fence is cut with the new Woodgrain Fence Die. It is hard to tell in the picture, but a woodgrain is embossed on the fence when you run it through your die cutter.


I cut the tag using the Tag, You're It Die-namic. She is stamped in black ink and colored with Copics. I added a sentiment from the stamp set.


To attach my tag to the paint can I tore a strip of muslin and sponged on distressing ink. I also added a bow with Bakers Twine in Charcoal. Speaking of tearing, be sure to stop by the MFT Forum at SCS for all the details on this month's Guest Designer Challenge, Rip and Roll!



Here are the details about the upcoming release on September 6 at 10 PM EST:
  • The MFT release is on September 6 at 10 PM EST. You can attend the release party from 8-10 PM EST here in the forum for fun, games, and prizes! All the new sets and dies will be available September 6 at 10 PM EST.
  • The guest designer contest is ON! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $100 in stamp sets and play along with the DT for a month.
  • If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to Kim's blog NOW! 
  • We're offering you the chance at Teaser Time prizes every day during our new release preparations!  Each day, two prize vouchers are held by members of our Design Team.  Starting this month, you'll have all week to comment on each of the posts - all the winners will be posted on Tuesday, September 6th around 7:30pm.  Be sure to check the MFT Blog to see if perhaps YOU were one of our lucky FOURTEEN winners!
    Remember to leave a method of contact in your comments, because if you're selected as a prize winner, but we can't reach you, then we can't get you your prize!

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

42 comments :

Angel said...

how fabulous is this?! love it!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Excellent use of the fence around the candy holder! Very cute idea~

bernshwag said...

Love your tag and treat holder Melody! Sooo cute...

Hugs,
Candi

jeanne girl said...

Fun idea - like how you used the fence die around the holder!! Going to want that die for sure :)

Kary said...

Hi Melody! What a lovely idea!! Love how you decorated the can with the woodgrain fence and the tag is beautiful. Love it!!

StampOwl said...

what a fun Halloween treat

Kelli said...

Those itty bitty paint cans are SO fun!!! Love the fence treatment!!!

Sarah Gough said...

I love this! the fence around the tin is so cool!

hobbydiva said...

Loooooooove it!!!!!!

Inge said...

Gorgeous and that little can is too cute!

Heather said...

Lovin' the fence panel :)

Moira said...

Your treat container is so creative - love the new fence die!

CraftyMomOf2 said...

Love love LOVING that gorgeous muslin "ribbon" Melody!! Beautiful shading on the mummy as well!!

Crafty Hugs!
Meredith

Elicia P said...

A tag & treat holder are perfect with these stamps! Love it!

Susan said...

I Love how you've added the fence around the can! Great idea. TFS

Lisa H. said...

sooo cute and spooktacular! love the coloring and the fence around the pail.

Janice Rogers said...

The picket fence die is a great addition to the die collection. Love them all.

Barbara said...

Love the fence wrapped around the pail, Melody! Awesome set!

Jillisgram said...

I so enjoy Halloween --- what a way to get started! Cute projects!

Rachel said...

So cute! Love the fence! And how you made the muslin look like mummy wrap...genius!

Katie {choc0holic} said...

So are the treats still there!?!? ;) I know if it were my project they'd be gone...either by my hand or those of my kids. Halloween is still too far away to keep any treats uneaten. Anyway. I love how you embellished the little paint can...so simple and yet so effective. And that muslin...to die for! I'll have to remember that this Halloween!

texasjodylynn said...

Adorable! I love your treat container! Too cute!

Thelma said...

Such a cute treat tag...LOVE IT!!!

Queen Mary said...

Love the fence around the little paint can! Love the tag! Love the dienamics -- already thinking how I'd store them!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Love your adorable tag

Flo - Sweetideas said...

Great project. Love it.

Steph Herbert said...

Super cute treat holder! :)

Michele Boyer said...

What a great idea to wrap the fence around a clear can! Love it!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

ACK! How ADORABLE this is Melody! LOVE the idea of a paint can full of treats and your tag is AWESOME!!

Jennifer said...

Melody,

You are so creative!!! :) Thanks for the inspiration...it's not too early for me to be thinking about making Halloween goodies!

Thanks for sharing,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

Jan Garber said...

Cute can! Love that fence!

zehra said...

I like the dp on the tag, beautiful coloring on the background, love the fence

Clarissa said...

Fantastic idea....that fence is so versatile!!

Kimberly S. said...

Awwww....that fence die around the paint can is just too darned adorable!!! I love that tag die, too!!

Corry said...

Super idea with the fence n can!!!

Diane said...

What a clever idea! Very creative!

Kimberly said...

I love that you used the frayed muslin. It looks like it came from your mummy. Great idea!
kimsparks636@aol.com

Kelley said...

I love the candy being fenced in! However, I would also need hotwire to keep me out! The muslin is the perfect finish.

Jessie/knightrone said...

This is beyond fabulous...seriously! LOVE IT!!

Michelle said...

this makes an adorable gift....seriously love the fence die!

Karen said...

Super Cute Set. I wouldn't thought to wrap the fencing cut out around a jar. Great idea.

Buddy said...

I am loving that fence around the container. Such a cute ABC project!