I totally "spaced" today's TPT challenge. Nothing Trekkie or Star Wars related in my stash, and I do like the personal challenge of making do with what I have.
I did think I could have made a good stylized Vulcan salute with the Word Window punch, but what's the point in having a great space set and not using it? I did add the most infamous split infinitive from Star Trek, and the other half of the sentiment is a line from a song which I have printed to put inside.
If you're interested, here's a link to Nancy Honeytree singing Pioneer. It's a lovely song and I hope Rich will enjoy the words.
A2 base, covered with silver EP.
Next layer is IO Cover-A-Card Flourishes stamped with Versamark on watercolour paper and dusted with gold, green and red embossing powders, then washed over twice with black.
My planet is Heated Pearls with various Perfect Pearls.
Stamps are Starving Artistamps Final Frontier, stamped with Versafine black and coloured with pencils, then embossed with clear EP. The little flying saucer is popped up on foam. The combination of clear EP on top of the silver EP I used for the saucer part hasn't photographed well in the great sunshine we had today - sorry about that.
And thanks, Fran, for such a wonderful story!!
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Tue, May 07, 2013 @ 4:58 PM
Wow Sabrina this is terrific, a card can never have too much bling and sparkle. I love the little alien in the flying saucer. The song is playing as I write this, gosh it's beautiful. Thank you Sabrina.
Don't take your organs to heaven - heaven knows we need them here.