MFT June Release Countdown Day 2

June 1, 2015

It's Day 2 of the MFT June Release Countdown! We are so close to the release!! Make sure that all the new products will be available for purchase tomorrow at 10:00 pm (EST).


For today I crated a floating embellishment card using the new Lucky Stars Die-namics, Count the Stars stamp set & Die-namics, and Stars & Wishes Die-namics.

To create the rounded window I used Blueprints 3 Die-namics, Count the Stars Die-namics, and the partial die cut technique. I adhered the die-cut word "Stars" and white embossed the sentiment.
The stars were die-cut from gold glitter paper using Lucky Stars Die-namics.

If you'd like to know how to make a floating embellishment card, HERE is a fabulous video tutorial by Jennifer McGuire. And you can see another my floating embellishment card using Jingle All The Way stamp set HERE.;)

Here is the inside.
I blended After Midnight, Lavender Fields, and Grapesicle dye inks, and spritzed some water to create a night sky. I stamped the sentiment from the Count the Stars stamp set in black.

Head over to the MFT blog for the product details and the list of the DT members participating today's countdown!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

12 comments:

  1. Love the partial die cutting and the hanging gold stars! Awesome card design!

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  2. Your card is fabulous!! Thanks for the video suggestion too!!

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  3. Super cool card! I did check out how to make the floating technique and am going to have to give it a try soon. Thanks for the info.

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  4. Beautiful Torico. You always have clever ideas for your cards. Good work!

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  5. Gorgeous card, inside and out!

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  6. Love this card. It is striking and different.

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  7. Love this card. It is striking and different.

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  8. wonderful design for your card, so beautiful, so awesome!

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  9. Beautiful nighttime sky with clevr strings of stars!

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  10. This card is gorgeous! I love what you have done with the stars!

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