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Galaxy card with Annemarijn

Hi crafty friends! Today I'm back on the blog with a galaxy themed card. I love making galaxy's, first I mostly made them with watercolor but now I use distress oxide to make it. I'm going to tell you how I made this card!


I started with making the background for the galaxy background. I always choose some cute distress oxide colors like pink/purple/orange/yellow whatever you like and this time I choose picked raspberry, wilted violet, squeezed lemonade and cracked pistachio. I just blend it a bit random with my ink blending tool and then I blend some blueprint sketch on top and just on the edges a little bit of black soot. Now the ink blending part is done I platter some water on top, some white watercolor for the stars and some liquid stardust for some extra sparkle. I also splattered white watercolor on some black cardstock for the background behind the flaps and let everything dry.


Next I stamped al my images lawn fawn stamp sets out of this world and super star. And colored them with copic markers. Next I cut everything and the galaxy background I cut with the lift flap grid. Next I adhered everything together with glue tube and foam squares. I stamped the sentiment with embossing ink in my misti stamping tool but first I used my powder tool so the embossing powder doesn't stick on the paper where I don't want it. For the 'super stars' I used something different than just white embossing powder. I used glow in the dark embossing powder! And look what a cool effect that gives when it's dark.


I hope you like my card from this week and see you soon with another card! Enjoy your week :)

Lots of love,
Annemarijn


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