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Be Inspired - Round and Round in Circles with the MFT Design Team
The MFT Design Team Creative Challenge is a monthly feature, where we are challenged to explore our creative side using a specific theme, product, or technique. This month, we were challenged to create a project featuring the Die-namics Circle STAX. Be sure to check out the MFT Blog for a list of all participating designers who have a project to share with you today.
For this month's challenge I used the Die-namics Circle Stax 1 to create rings for my basket which I then decorated using the Die-namics Flower & Leaf Trio. At the top of my basket I added a bow using the Die-namics Beautiful Bows set.
I used my Die-namics Circle STAX in a couple of different ways for this challenge. First, I used them to make a shaker element on a card, and second, to fashion a door hanger. I had a ton of fun with these projects--you can get the details on my blog.
I decided to get scrappy with my Circle STAX 1 and 2...I layered, stacked and used the Circle STAX 1 and Circle STAX 2 to create open circle elements to add a playful feel to my page. All the details can be found on my blog.
I'm using the Circle STAX 1 and Circle STAX 2 Die-namics to follow a hot new crafty trend. I created a project framed with an embroidery hoop. There are more details and some tips to use the Die-namics to mask some shading at my blog.
I ♥ circles!!! I used the Circle Stax Die-namics to create a window on my card and then I cut and sewed a bunch of smaller Circle Stax Die-namics together to create some fun trim for a few packages.
check out more details on my blog!
The circle STAX are one of my go-to Die-namics, but it was fun to use them in a way that isn't the norm for me I used up a bunch of patterned paper scraps to make two cards. Then I stitched a quick little garland out of the left overs to decorate a plain white gift bag.