Thursday, July 27, 2017

Have a Blast Card by Tatiana Trafimovich

Have a Blast Card by Tatiana Trafimovich | Cosmic Newton Stamp set and Starfield Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade

Star gazing with Newton!

This gorgeous scene with Newton star gazing was created by Tatiana! For her card today Tatiana created an amazing night sky background using distress inks to create a dark sky and then she used white embossing paste and our new Starfield Stencil to add the stars! She also created that big moon by using distress inks on a large circle! To complete the scene she added a hill and some layers of grass using our Land Borders Die Set. It's the perfect setting for Newton to do some star gazing! 

For the stamped images, she use the image of Newton gazing through a telescope from our Cosmic Newton Stamp Set along with the fun shooting star. She did some awesome watercoloring on those images! That purple telescope is so awesome! Then she used the coordinating Cosmic Newton Die Set to trim out the images. She finished off the card with the "Have a blast" sentiment from the Cosmic Newton Stamp Set embossed in white over the grass! What a stunning scene! 

Have a Blast Card by Tatiana Trafimovich | Cosmic Newton Stamp set and Starfield Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade

You can pop over to Tatiana's blog to see more details on this card too at Tatiana Craft and Art! She also has a video!! Be sure to check it out and leave her some love! Make sure you check out her other beautiful creations too!


6 comments:

  1. Looks like Newton is surely having a blast gazing night sky ! Awesome card :)

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  2. Fun card! I love all the inky details and that moon looks terrific.

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  3. Wow. This one card looks really impressive and a perfect choice to present it to my children.

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  4. wooow!
    stunning card!
    love it!

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  5. Love how all elements come together

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