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Love You To The Moon

Hi Crafty Friends! Today, I have a fun card to show you, featuring the brand new Magic Iris  Interactive Die from Lawn Fawn. Have you tried it yet? I have always been a bit intimidated by interactive cards, but this one is so fun AND easy to assemble.





To begin, I created a starry night background by ink blending a stitched rectangle with Tumbled Glass, Seedless Preserves, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot Distress Oxide Inks. I cut a scallop circle using the Magic Iris Scalloped Add-On, and ink blended that the same way to blend into my background. I sprinkled some clean water onto my inked backgrounds, blotted off, and then added some white acrylic paint(thinned with water) with a paintbrush to create the "stars".

Next, I created my Magic Iris mechanism, which will be placed on top of my background. I inked the inside of all the rings and the "sausage" pieces(LOL) with Tumbled Glass and Chipped Sapphire inks, so it would look cohesive and you wouldn't see any harsh white edges when opening and closing the Iris.

Next, I stamped, colored, and cut my images from the following sets:
Dandy Day (mouse)/ Coordinating Dies
Super Star (telescope)/ Coordinating Dies
Out of this World (sentiment)


Next, I cut my "MOON" sentiment from the yellow cardstock in the Shimmer Cardstock Tropical pack. I cut it two times from yellow, and once from white cardstock, and layered it just slightly offset so that the white peeks out the side. I then cut my clouds from the Meadow Backdrop: Portrait die.

Now, we're ready to assemble the card!

First, I place the Magic Iris on top of my background and adhere(make sure it's closed when doing this). Next, I opened my iris and attached the cloud and moon to the inside.


Then, I arranged everything onto card, and attached with tape runner and 3D foam squares (for some dimension).
Finally, I heat embossed my sentiment from the Out of this World set onto black cardstock strips with White Embossing powder, and attached to my card. I added a few star embellishments I had in my stash to complete my card.

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you will try a Magic Iris card...they are soo much fun to make, promise! :)

XO,
Tammy

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