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As usual when needing to make a kiddie card, I used a couple of
challenges to get me going - no idea why I struggle as much as I do with
these but I daren't even start to think how long this took me, even
with the kickstart!
The Daring Cardmaker's challenge this week is to use stars and the current challenge at Waltzingmouse Fanatics is to use this sketch.
Apologies for the quality of the photo - as any of you who have tried to photograph mirri card will know, it's an absolute nightmare! The card looks more "integrated" in real life but this was as good as the photo was going to get, I'm afraid.
I toook the liberty of changing the third rectangular panel on the sketch to a circle as it fit the space rocket better to make a sort of planet/moon thing there. I used marker caps to stamp the "craters" on there.
This is destined for a wee boy celebrating his sixth birthday, I hope it's OK! Stamps: Half Pint Heroes by Waltzingmouse Stamps Paper: White Silver Mirri DCWV textured blue Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black and Starlite Silver Other: Fiskars squeeze punches - small and medium star Tracing Wheel Copic markers Pinflair glue gel Corner Chomper