Sunday, May 31, 2015

thank my lucky stars + galaxy background video tutorial; MFT June Release Countdown



Laina Lamb has done it again. She has created unbelievably beautiful stamps and dies. Now, I am only sharing one card today, but hang on, because I have a ton sitting on my desk. They all have video tutorials to go with them too! That's how good these images are! Count the Stars is the stamp set in this collection of star-themed images. It inspired the galaxy background on my card today.

If you haven't made a galaxy background before, this will become addicting! Watch the video tutorial below and check out how fun and easy this amazing background is to create! And I have to mention that my true geekiness comes out in this video. Prepare yourselves. I even crack myself up. And I am entirely too serious all the time to do this. You just have to watch. And laugh at me.



The link is for email and other reader subscribers that cannot access the video via the player above.


The word "stars" is from Die-namics Stars & Wishes. Gorgeous font. And the words fit perfectly with the sentiments in Count The Stars. And one more set of coordinating dies to mention, 
Die-namics Lucky Stars. That set of dies makes the teacher-style stars, as I like to call them. There are six different sizes of stars in the set. Oh, the ideas! Oh, if there were only more hours in the day!

Visit the MFT Blog and see the beautiful projects created by the rest of the team!


thanks for stopping by!

~kimberly

Supplies available June 2.


10 comments:

Yoonsun Hur said...

Totally amazing!! Love your gorgeous galaxy background!

Tracey said...

Wow! Love that background! Gorgeous card!

Nana Griffin said...

A great card. You did a beautiful job on the night sky, just lovely.

Kathy Krug said...

Love this card. My internet connection is sooo slow this morning, but I am looking forward to the video.

Teresa Doyle said...

That really is beautiful Kimberly. A great job and I enjoyed your video!

Nandini said...

Wow! This card is like holding a bit of the galaxy in your hands! And thanks for the great tut!

Jean Bullock said...

Very cool. Thanks for the great video.

Amante del Papel said...

my goodness your card is absolutely elegant and so beautiful!

Dee Ann Matthews said...

Outstanding background shown by a terrific video.

angelzmom said...

Wow! Awesome card, awesome tutorial! Thanks so much for posting this. :-)