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Love You To The Moon and Back! using Out Of This World Stamps and Dies

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 Welcome Crafty Friends,

I wonder what draws you, to purchase your stamp and dies. A certain style, theme or just love the image. For me its all those things. With today's choice it was the words. As I have been telling my Grandson since he was a tiny baby, nearly seven years ago, that I love him to the moon and back. When I saw this in a stamp I knew I had to use it. I am going to frame this card for his bedroom. So he can have a constant, reminder of how much nanny loves him.

Out Of This World Stamp Set (Concord & 9th)
Out Of This World Dies (Concord & 9th)
Inkpads In Poppy, Stardust, Aqua Sky, Oceanside, Peacock, Midnight, and Dove (Concord & 9th)
Unicorn Pigment Ink (Hero Arts)
Black Onyx inkpad (Versafine)
Starry Night Palette (Gansi Tambi)
Crystal Glaze (Nuvo)
Black Card Base 6" x 6" 

Firstly take the stamp with the little texture on it and stamp in the white pigment ink. Use the first and second generation of ink. Do this on to the black card base.

Using your Starry paint palette for two or more different colours to add splats of  golds to your card base. leave this to dry.

 Die cut out your rocket and keep the die cuts in the negative cardstock. 

Using a small blending brush add colour to each part of your elements. Let them dry before assembling them. 

Then using the plant stamps and dies make up your plants. I cut everything out of white cardstock and coloured them with my inkpads. Lastly stamp the sentiment on your moon.
Attach planets and rocket with double sided sticky foam.

I hope you enjoyed this weeks blog, don't forget to share your work over in the Bumbleberry Craftroom Facebook Page.
Happy Paper Crafting

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