Thank you

February 28, 2017

Hello everyone!

Alexandra here from made by Alexandra sharing a card that I made using the adorable Blast off stamp set


For this card I started by inking the background using Distress inks and then stamped the stars from the same stamp set with Versa Mark and emboss them using white embossing powder.


The cute images are colored using Spectrum Noir Markers and then fussy cut them, added some foam tape to have a bit of dimension and last I added some sequins!

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great day!


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