Blast Off Scrapbooking page

As I already told you, I really like the new “Blast Off” stamp set!  I did a Scrapbooking page for my son’s 6th birthday using that stamp set.  The theme of his birthday party was “The Space”, so these stamps were totally appropriate!!!  Check out the cake I made for him!  I think I did a great job if I can say so!  I like how the “planet” stamp looks almost the same as the planet on the cake.  Maybe you’re wondering how I colored the planets (the stamps not the cake!) so they look “marbled”.  I just used my Stampin’ Markers in Pumpkin Pie and Real red, directly on the stamp and kind of blend them together. Pretty cool hein?

For the rocket, I embossed it with Pewter embossing powder and colored the lights with the Markers.  For the background, I stamped the stars from Blast Off set and also from “Every Little Bits” in White craft ink all over the page.  The designer paper is from Floral District (I thought the little flowers look much like stars) and the other one is from Twitterpated. I used a little piece of Vellum card stock for the “count down” and attached it with 2 glimmer brads.

Stamp sets: Blast Off, Every Little Bits

CS and paper: Marina Mist, Whistper White, Midnight Muse, Floral District DSP, Twitterpated DSP, Vellum card stock

Ink: Daffodil Delight, Midnight Muse, Pumpkin Pie, Versamark and Pewter embossing Powder, Stampin’ marker: Real Red, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, White craft ink

Tools and Punches: 1 in Circle, 1-1/4 in Circle, Big Shot and Timeless Type Alphabet Junior Sizzlits.

Accessories: Glimmer brads Basics

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