{Go Places! Galaxy Painted Card }

5:29 PM

Hi guys!
Another mid-week post for you today!

Supplies: Cardstock - Black; Paint - Blue, Violet, Navy Blue and white; Embellishments - Stickles glitter, RCS MDF;
Stamp - Imaginisce, white embossing powder, heat gun;

I have been watching people trying out galaxy painting and I always wanted to try it out.
Well, I did, and it turned out amazing! This is, hands down, my new favourite technique!
I ended up making like five projects using the technique! I am in LOVE {again!}

I ended up using these amazing Rainbow Craftykari MDF cut-outs {recent launch} and created the snow tips using stickles. Also, I bought this stamp approximately six years ago along with co-ordinated papers but never got to using it *looks down shamefully*
Retro Rubber Challenge #80 {RRCB88} reminded me to give some love to my old craft supplies, so here goes!

Playing along with Shopping Our Stash Challenge #357 {new favourite technique} and Stinkin' Inkers Challenge {this card goes to my travel buddy!}

Hope you guys love it.
--- Happy Wednesday! ---

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  1. Isn't it fantastic when you discover a new technique and really love it? It's so invigorating and I can see why you love this technique. The snowcapped mountains are perfect! Great greeting. Thanks for joining in with us at Retro Rubber Challenge this week.

  2. Wow, this is just like looking at a starry sky! So pretty! So happy you shared this with us at Retro Rubber this week!

  3. I so love the graphic look of this card! The texture looks amazing as well! Thank you for sharing at Shopping Our Stash (where we all have stuff we never get around to using... and we try our best, right???!)

  4. I do like this technique, and the stunning clean and simple design. No shame in a little collecting of hobby supplies, and it is great when you do get them out and they are perfect a few years later for a project such as this! Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber.

  5. Love all that texture. Thanks for playing at Stinkin' Inkers.


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Thanks for your time :)