Oh My Stars!

Hello everyone. I have really struggled getting the photographs right for these cards. I tried outside, inside, different lights, but it didn’t really work very well. You’ll have to trust me that the cards are really sparkly…..

The card is for the current Simply Less Is More challenge, to make a one layer card with stars, so I thought I would go with some glitter embossing powder from Wow! The stamps are from Uniko, and I stamped the wavy star lines twice across to make them connect across the 6 inch square card, and another row underneath. I used Ranger Perfect Medium, then Wow! powder ‘grape’, heat embossing to set. I used a tone on tone look for the first card, then used the sparkly white powder for the second card, again with Uniko stamps.

The sentiments are also from the same stamp collection, and I added a trio of stars around one of the sentiments for added interest.

Again, these powders are really sparkly, but I just couldn’t get the pictures to reflect that – note to self – must try harder.

I hope you are all well, and looking forward to a good weekend with some crafty time.

8 thoughts on “Oh My Stars!

  1. Ooh ! Beautiful use of the sponsor’s stamps ! Love this stamp set and you showcase it brilliantly ! A perfect and shinny take on our Star challenge ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More !


  2. Loving the mix of purple/lilac and sparkle. Great CAS designs too. Glitter is so difficult to photograph, I really struggle with some, but we can certainly see some sparkle here.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x


  3. Oooh! Loving the pop of purple cardbase against your embossed stars and great to see you using those Uniko stamps so brilliantly too. A great take on the challenge and Thanks so much for joining us at Less is More this week


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