11 June 2020

Galaxy Focal Point

Hello there, I am over on the Hero Arts Blog today creating a galaxy focal point using the new You're My Universe set. Although I love whole galaxy backgrounds, I wanted to contain it to bring your eye in to the sentiment.
 
 
I first cut the Hero Arts Tag Fancy Die from watercolour paper and then added Hero Arts Liquid Watercolors on top to create the galaxy. Once dry, I splattered on some Hero Arts White Glimmer Metallic Ink and then set it aside to dry. Once dry, it was added to a card base with a panel of Hero Arts Decorative Woodgrain Cardstock on the front.
 
 
I stamped the sentiment from the Hero Arts You're My Universe Stamp Set and heat embossed it in white. It was added to the card with foam tape and then I die cut the stars from the Hero Arts You're My Universe Frame Cuts from glitter cardstock. They were added to the card with thin foam tape.
 
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For more information on how I made the card, please head over to the Hero Arts Blog Post. Thanks so much for stopping by today, I hope you are well and staying safe. Take care :)

2 comments:

  1. It's a perfect galaxy! Beautiful mix of colour and I love the extra stars. It really does draw your eye in ❤ xx

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  2. Beautiful colours, great effect. Stay safe and healthy x

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