It's Pure Innocence day and I have a sweet card to share using Pure Innocence Corn Maze Girl.
This new set coordinates with the Cornstalk Die-namics, which I've used to create her backdrop. I cut the cornstalks from Kraft and yellow card stocks then used the Picket Fence Die-namics to cut out the Whip Cream fence. The new Nightshift Blue card stock was perfect behind the cornstalks to really make them pop, and that's a strip of Nightshift Blue grosgrain ribbon dividing the background patterned papers. To create the Kraft circle frame I used the largest of the Circle 1 STAX Die-namics and first cut out the large outer circle, then I used the second largest size of the Circle 2 STAX Die-namics to cut out the inner circle. Voilà...instant frame! Her outfit was paper pieced with patterns from the Simple Stories Summer Fresh collection.
And what about this gorgeous sunflower? I used the small size from the Sunflower Die-namics to create this beauty. I just love the detail in each of the petals!
Here's a shot of the dimension from the flower and the frame. It's so much better in real life!
On the inside I used the Howdy Frames Die-namics to cut out the Kraft sign and stamped two of the sentiments from the set. I added the stamped cornstalk from the set on the right.
Here are the details about the upcoming release:
- You can attend the New Release Party on October 16 from 8-10 PM EST HERE in the MFT forum, where you can WIN PRIZES!
- The MFT release, including all new stamp sets and Die-namics, is on October 16 at 10 PM EST. You'll find all the newest products HERE at release time.
- The guest designer contest is going on now! Check out the forum for details on how YOU can win over $200 in stamp sets and Die-namics.
- If you'd like to see all the teasers for today, please click on over to the MFT Blog NOW. Be sure to leave comments as you go for the chance to win one of 2, $10 gift certificates given away daily. The winners will be posted on October 16 just before the release party, on the MFT blog.
Here are the supplies I used:
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