By rebekah weckerly on 2019-01-21

January 20, 2019

By rebekah weckerly on 2019-01-21

Hello! Its Rebekah with you this evening bring you a card made with the Hello Little One stamp set.
 For this card, first I stamped and colored the image with Copic markers. I also added shadows and highlights with colored pencils. I then fussy cut out the entire image. I used a black Copic marker along the edge  to make it look like the cutting is perfect! (I can assure you, its not!) 
I used a cloud stencil and Distress Inks to create the background. I added my image placing it at a slight angle to make it look like this sweet baby just drifted onto the moon.
I then stamped the sentiments with Versamark ink and embossed it using white embossing powder. I also added a few small hearts for a pop of color and a little more sweetness! 
I love the blue night sky on this card but I think it would look amazing in pink, too! 
Be sure to share with us what you make using Gerda Steiner Designs stamps! We love to see your creations!



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