May 12, 2017

You’re out of this World!

Hello there! How are you all? Looking forward to the weekend? I am. I had a tough week. Hubby pulled his back muscles and was in lot of pain.  After meeting with the specialist and an steroid injection into his ligament, he is now feeling a bit better. Able lift his hand more than earlier. Hoping he will recover over the weekend and I can relax. It is always a worry when one of the family member falls sick. So I was missing in action this week on my blog. I think I will get back in action from next week.

I am sharing with you a spinner card using the new Space Cadet stamp set and coordinating dies from Taylored Expressions. This stamp set and coordinating dies were released this month.

 I used Taylored Expressions Blue Corn cardstock to start with and sponged Distress Oxide inks in Broken China, Faded Jean and Peeled Paint. Finally added Black Soot distress ink to the edges and few spots inside as well. Then I spattered some Copic Opaque White all over the panel. I left the panel to dry while I worked on the images from Space Cadet stamp set.

I stamped them all on Sugar Cube cardstock using Oreo TE hybrid ink and coloured them all with copic markers. Then I die cut them all out using coordinating dies. I added some glossy accent on some aread on the die cut images and left them to dry.

I worked on the background pane again now. I used Stitched Circle Stacklets on the panel to die cut a frame on the middle of the panel. I foam mounted the panel and the inner circle on the card base and flush glued the frame in its place. I made sure the foam adhesives on the centre circle and on the main panel are not close to the edges.  I then tucked in two Australian 5cent coin in the frame area, added foam adhesives and the two astronauts images. These two images now spin and revolve in the circle. I adhered the planet image in the centre, white heat embossed the sentiment on the bottom right of the background with the image of the rocket image next to it. That finishes the card. Here is a closeup of the card.

I think this is a fun card with the interactive element to it. All the supplies used to make this card are listed below.

 Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

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