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Out of This World Father's Day Card

Happy June everybody! It’s Britney here, and I am showing off a fun Father’s Day card featuring the Lawn Fawn Beam Me Up and Out of this World stamp sets. I think this could be made into a fun birthday card. 
This is a fun tunnel card. I followed Jennifer McGuire’s tutorial to make it. I cut an inside and outside panel using the Lawn Fawn Snowy Backdrop to give it that galaxy feel. 
Typical me, I stamped almost every image from the set. I stamped my images with Gina K Amalgam Jet Black Ink and colored my images with Copic Markers. I finished off my images by adding some highlights with a white gel pen and used a black glaze pen for the eyes.
I used the Simple Stitched Hillside borders to cut a light grey piece of cardstock to resemble the moon or a planet. I splattered on some color using Ground Espresso and Black Soot distress oxide, Hickory Smoke distress ink, and some of the white paint from my Gansai Tambi Starry Colors set
After everything was dry, I stamped my sentiment using Versafine Onyx Black Ink on my light grey piece.  Because I assembled my card before stamping the sentiments on the inside, I just stamped them on a separate strip and glued them where I wanted them. Just a little trick for you when you forget to stamp your sentiments. I used Lawn Fawn Clear Ink and white embossing powder for the sentiments on the inside of my card. 
I hope you enjoyed these cards. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

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