PS: Keep in mind, some of these stamp sets and Die-namics are retired now. You can see what is current by visiting the inlinkz supply lists at the bottom of this post for each project.
First up is the oldest card I am including in my top 10. I chose it because it is one of my favorite cards EVER that I have made during my tenure with MFT. I had an idea in my head to make the character actually swing and I made it happen with this card. I created a tree (I cut it by hand - gasp), and topped it with no fewer than a zillion leaf punches to make a full tree top. It includes a cute fence and some cloud patterned paper, and of course REAL stitching. The little PI swings back and forth on a slider mechanism I created. This one brings back a lot of happy memories. :)
Up next is this toast creation. I LOVED making this one. It is Liquid Appliqué that has been airbrushed with a Copic marker to toast it to perfection, laid over a glitzy flame. *swoon*
This card made me coo like a 6 month old when I made it. LOL I took a super cute boutique window and spooked it up with a Halloween theme, complete with gauze, a bat, and nailed-in wooden planks. OMG I STILL love this card!
Ahhhh, this pretty flamingo! I pretty much thought I was a genius when I thought to google a picture of a flamingo at sunset and then went on to recreate it with Die-namics, sponging, and masking paper. This was a FUN one!
This was one of those lightbulb moments! I took some ADORABLE animals and turned them in puppets, complete with a puppet show box, built from scratch using Die-namics of course! This one still makes me squeal... pun intended.
Oh my, this is when I went to Michaels and found some cool weathered medium from Martha Stewart that I HAD to try on this cool barn! OMG it was so much fun to use 2 different colors of paint and see that effect happen after using the weathered medium on it. Just pure visual satisfaction. :)
Oh zipper, how I loved thee. This product is one of all my all-time faves. Having 3 kids, I have bought my fair share of hoodies, and this was an attempt at replicating one my daughter's sweatshirts. It was SO much fun. YAY
These sweet peeps just do it for me. Seriously. Look at all of them in there looking all adorable. I also used crackle paint on this one, which adds a fun little flair to it. This one is just sweet and makes my heart fluffy.
This card was a labor of love. I recall using no fewer than 6 stamp sets to create this bad boy. I thought it was clever to do a literal take on the sentiment: You Captured My Heart. I still do, really. LOL This is one of those cards that just sticks out in my memory.
I remember making this card like it was yesterday and I remember how much I LOVED it. It was probably an inch thick with all the felt, foam tape, and layers of vines, but MAN did that card make my heart happy. LOL It was a paper crafting adventure that I thoroughly enjoyed!
Thank you for taking a stroll down memory lane with me. Please go check out the MFT blog to see what the rest of the designers dug up from their blogs. It is SURE to be fun (and entertaining).