*I'm so thrilled that Sunday Stamps Challenge has named me their Top Pick*
I enjoyed making that butterfly/star card so much that when I saw a challenge that was, again, a single layer card, I jumped at designing another one with the stars as templates and masks. Obviously I wasn't finished with that idea yet.
This time I used two different sized stars as templates and masks. On Whisper White cardstock, I stamped inside the star templates to get the fairy and the single mushroom. I used sponge daubers outside the masked stamped images to create a background. While the masks were still on, I sprayed the background with a layer of Smooch Vanilla Shimmer Spritz.
The fairy stamp set is one I've had for a while but haven't used. This seemed like the perfect time to use it. The details in the set were simply beautiful. Colouring the details with my Blendabilities took quite a while but in the end, it was worth it.
I wanted more separation between the stars and the background and so I traced inside the templates with my Basic Black stampin marker to get a nice dark line around the stars. Then I stamped the sentiment in black ink as well and finally, I also mounted the Whisper White onto a base cardstock of Basic Black.
A final touch of three stars punched from Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer paper, topped with three star-shaped Coastal Cabana sequins, and then topped with rhinestones, finished off the card.
For more cards using this template, check out Sunday Stamps.
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