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Cardmaking is my Superpower!

Hello Friends Waleska here again from craftinglovew, I am super excited to be back to share with you a card featuring one of my superpowers....and I know I share it with many of you and that is CARDMAKING!!!   


To create this fun card I used the oh so adorable Heffy Doodle Super Dudes Stamp Set and a bunch of Oxide Inks for the background.

I started the background from the bottom with Oxide Ink Squeezed Lemonade because I wanted the city to glow in the night sky.  For the night sky I created a circle diecut mask with Gina K, Masking Magic Sheets which are awesome for the moon, and started blending with Stormy Sky Oxide Ink, then a mix of  Faded Jeans and Salty Ocean and finished with Chipped Saphire and Black Soot in the corners for a more dramatic night sky.

I used white acrylic paint mixed with water and a fine paintbrush to create the stars.  After I created the night sky I removed the mask and start adhering all the images to create the scene.  I colored the images with copic markers.  For the super girl I change her body by cutting her head and adhering it to the super boy body it is super easy to create a new look for your stamps.

I diecut the Cityscape Border with Lawn Fawn Black Licorice Cardstock and some clouds, adhere my cute super heroes ready to save someone with a card and the sentiment.

I hope you like my card and can be inspired to use your superpower to make someone smile!! I hope to see you soon have a wonderful week.


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