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November 10, 2012


shell carman

I'd like to see some OTP projects like with the gorgeous little house or trees. I'd also like to see some more of the resins!

Mary Werner

Would love to see you show all the details for layering lots of "stuff" on some project while explaining why you pick what and also explain the color choices. The project could be a tag, a layout, a mini album page or even better, a mini album cover. This challenge sounds like a great idea to provide what we want to see and also give away some great prizes! Thanks so much for the opportunity.

Beth W

I loved the video-I'm all fired up to start making some Christmas cards.
I see so many beautiful altered items on your blog-I would be thrilled to see some videos on how to make them.


I really love this video, as well as everything that melissa is doing. I'd love to see a mini album class! Some beautiful shabby chic album made entirely with MF goodies.

M. Kim Rosati

I would like to see more home decor items. I also like the glass cloches and would like to see them especially done for gift giving for Christmas!

Kathy Bumb

Hi there - I love your work and your video. Since I am more into altered art and altered art albums, I would like to more creations using those techniques. You have such beautiful papers and embellishments, I know these would turn out to be gorgeous creations. Love your blog and work!!!!

Rea Custer

Awesome video. I love how you showed the 3 levels of building the card up. I would love to see you do a video of decorating one of your totes. I am a big fan of all your products and thanks for the chance to win.


Thank you for this wonderful tutorila :) I would like to see more layering, canvas projects and home decorating ideas with shabby chic style.
Thank you for all the gorgeous products :)

Kileigh Wirth

Love the video, I would love to see a tutorial on how to make some vintage holiday ornaments using the new collection.

Bernadette Gibson

I love Melissa Frances' line of art. I can't find it in my area. I have to buy when I go visit my daughter. I would love to see Melissa decorate her putz houses. I have several and I need some help in decorating.
Bernadette Gibson

Marilyn Lojek

I really enjoyed your video - layering is so important and can make a good card into a great card. I would love to see a video on your resin frames and some projects using them. Thank you for sharing your talent.

Laurel Witwen

Love love layers! Layouts and cards please! Just love to see the differnts ways to get lots of goodies on a project! Thanks for sharing!


I would like to see some mixed media ornaments. The video was great, can't wait to watch the next one.


Loved your first tutorial! I made a birthday card and it turned out amazing! Can't wait to see you again on My Craft Channel


I would like to see more step by step card/mixed media techniques.
love all melissa frances things. so excited she is here!


Easy holiday crafts, use of mica or glitter and maybe canvas.


Great video!Thank you so much!
I'd love to see more layering.


Love your video about layers. I would like to learn how to put together card with layers and embellishments. Thank you for sharing. Regards, Joanna

AsilisA MaM

love the video with the tutorial full of inspersations and ideas can be simple used for my craft creations. What I would like to see - calendar would be ideal for incomming new year holiday or any other idea for the gifts

Beatriz Jennings

Nice, just the way I like to work with my cards and creations :)


Oh, wauw .. what a great video! I would LOVE to se shabby chic cards and tags ... with a lot of lovely details :)


I would love to see more of her technique/style of crafting. Favorite products (especially colors) that she uses in addition to her own trademarked products.

betty lou

Love the 'how-to' process, especially the extra steps to make it advanced! Also, the tips and/or tricks are really helpful! Great video...thanks for sharing!!

Kelly Massman

everything is great; layouts are my fave; thanks

Kim S.

I would love to see vintage tags and gift packaging ideas.

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