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Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps - Abducted by Aliens

     Hi Everybody,

Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. Affiliate links may be used in the links provided below.

 You may be familiar with the new card kits that Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps carries in the store. The card kit for June is an A2 pop-up box card. But I just used the stamps to make a regular card here.

 Here is the  Card Kit 8 I used:


 I started with patterned paper and sponged all those white stars with different kinds of distress oxide inks. I cut out the stamps and colored them with Inktense and water brush markers. I heat embossed the sentiment and cut it apart. Added little strips of patterned paper at the bottoms of the sentiment strips. Assembled the card, using foam tape for the alien and UFO.

 Here is the second new June Card Kit 7 :

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:

Addicted to Stamps and More - make your mark
Send a Smile 4 Kids - tween/teen cards 
Beyond the Blue - patterned paper



conil said…
Maybe you could sent this card to Jeff Bezos. Actually, this seems like the best galaxy card with all those colorful stars. Love the coloring on your different elements, especially your ET. The sentiment is the perfect excuse for missing a birthday.
Cute birthday card design with the aliens images.
Kim Heggins said…
so in love...simply wonderful birthday card!
Flo said…
Der Hintergrund ist großartig!!! das gefällt mir sehr gut.
LG Flo

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