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The Sky's The Limit - 02/03/2022

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WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

White top folding card blank (Cut down to 7 x 5")

Stamps from Imala The Sky's The Limit Stamp Collection

Stamps from Pencil Sketch Elements Stamp Collection 

Thirsty Brush Northern Lights 8 x 8" Paper Pad

Versafine Ink Pad: Onyx Black

Distress Oxide: Villainous Potion

Gossip Clear Overlay Glitter pen

Circle mask approx 1 1/2" diameter ( or die cut a circle from copier paper)

Blending brush/tool

Eureka 101

Paper Trimmer

Perfect Together Glue

Low tack adhesive tape

 

 



How To Guide - Step 1

Tear out this sheet from the Thirsty Brush Northern Lights Paper Pad, and cut to 6 3/4 x 4 3/4".

Using the stamp from the Imala The Sky's The Limit Stamp Collection, as a guide, place your circle mask on the decorative paper, where you want your "moon" to be. I held my mask in place with low tack adhesive tape. 

How To Guide - Step 2

Blend the Villainous Potion Distress Oxide around your circle mask, blending the colour out, as you move away from the centre. 

How To Guide - Step 3

Remove your circle mask, to reveal your moon, and dry off the ink.

How To Guide - Step 4

Ink up the stamp from Imala The Sky's The Limit, with the Onyx Black Versafine, and stamp on to your decorative, inked paper. 

How To Guide - Step 5

Ink up the sentiment from the same set, with the Versafine, and stamp to the top left of your artwork. 

How To Guide - Step 6

Ink up this flock of birds stamp, from the Pencil Sketch Elements Stamp Collection, with the Versafine.

Stamp the birds flying across your moon. 

How To Guide - Step 7

Ink up the other flock of birds, from the same collection, and stamp coming on to the top right of your background. 

How To Guide - Step 8

Adhere your artwork on to the front of your white, top folding card blank. 

How To Guide - Step 9

Use your Gossip Clear Overlay Glitter pen to add sparkle to your moon. 

Squeeze some of the clear sparkle ink, on to your glass or craft mat, and splatter in the sky, as required, to finish.