(Can't get a good photo that shows each element at it's best. Compromising with an overall one and a small inset showing the foil panel in a better light!)
I'm a doofus! I knew I hadn't done any of the June sketches, so I went to the SCSKetches gallery and picked one out, looking at the upload date. I should have checked the challenge date too - no wonder it looked familiar as I had already used it. Oh well...
I used SC 435, in a square format.
Base is white card embossed with IO Cover-a-Card Flourishes in sparkle gold EP, then washed with H2Os and Chipped Sapphire re-inker, edges embossed with silver EP.
Square panels are cream Bazzill embossed with Spots and Dots and sponged with Antique Linen.
Spaceman is Starving Artistamps Final Frontier, stamped on matt silver card and embossed with black EP.
For Monday's Metal Tape ArtTLC, having picked up some black acrylic this morning I know had everything I needed to do it properly.
I cut some solid and hollow circles from foam and stuck them to a piece of chipboard, along with drywall mesh. As yesterday, I used my sewing tracing-wheel to add texture, and also used the embossing stylus to add extra texture over the foam rings.
Dymo label maker for the sentiment.
Date: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 GMT Views: 1166
Stamps: IO Cover-a-Card Flourishes, Starving Artistamps Final Frontier
Paper: white card, silver card
Ink: Versamark, Versafine Black
Accessories: silver, black and gold tinsel EP, fun foam, Spellbinders circles, Dymo label maker, foil tape, drywall mesh, embossing stylus, tracing wheel, black acrylic paint, star punch, Provocraft Spots and Dots ef
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Wed, Jul 17, 2013 @ 7:34 PM
Out of this world, Sabrina! I love all the little circular elements that remind me of planets. Take me to your leader *giggle* and we'll have a "stamping good time." Wonderful card with additional embossing elements and solar looking background dp. Love it.
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