Card with two types of roses

Card with two types of roses for Day 3 of the MFT June Release Countdown.

Hello again! We’ve reached the middle of the MFT June Release Countdown and I’m back to share a very feminine card with two types of roses.

Day 3

I started by stamping the gorgeous Abstract Roses Background with Wild Cherry Premium Dye Ink on a piece of Ripe Raspberry Prestige Card Stock. Next, I die cut my panel with the largest die from the A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 1 Die-namics. It always add such a polished touch to any card.

Card with two types of roses by Laura Dovalo.

I then wrapped some gold thread around the panel and adhered it to an A2 card base of Heavyweight Translucent Vellum.  After that I die cut the Graphic Roses Die-namics out of Gold Shine Card Stock and adhered the intricate die cut with strategically placed mini glue dots. BTW, I once made a necklace out of thin silver leather with this type of die. It turned out gorgeous!

Close up of card with two types of roses.

Finally, I die cut the Little Hello Die-namics out of Amarena Cherry Prestige Card Stock (backed with Scor-Tape) and the matching shadow out of vellum. I stacked them and added a layer of Glossy Accents to the sentiment.

As a last touch, I scattered smooth pink rhinestones mainly around the sentiment… They add some extra bling to this sweet card, that I hope you’ll like.

Cenital view of card with two types of roses.

Even though it’s not my typical style, I had a blast making it and it came together pretty quickly. OK, that’s it from me for today! I’m sure you’ll find some fabulous projects on the MFT Blog today.

List of MFT supplies used for card with two types of roses

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