Galaxy Background with Distress Oxides & Lawn Fawn

Welcome back! I have a super colorful project to share today! I’m pairing up a galaxy background with the Layered Butterflies from Lawn Fawn.

VIDEO DETAILS

I have a tutorial showing you how I created this background that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube Channel.

CARD DETAILS

I started out by creating the elements for my card. Using my Gemini Jr., I die cut the solid piece of the Layered Butterflies die set from Vellum. Next, I die cut the top layer from Pixie Dust card stock so my butterflies sparkle! I adhered these two together using the Lawn Fawn Liquid Glue. The clouds are from the Butterfly & Kisses set in which I die cut from Vellum and will set off on the side for now.

For my background, I added Broken China, Twisted Citron, Seedless Preserves, Blueprint Sketch and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide inks using the Life Changing Blender Brushes. I then flicked on white speckles using some Picket Fence Distress Paint from Ranger to add stars.

Once that was dry, I stamped the little trails from Butterfly Kisses using Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink. I ran my clouds through a Xyron sticker maker which puts adhesive on the entire back of the cloud. Then attached my butterflies with the liquid glue.

For my sentiment, I die cut a piece of Black card stock using the Simple Wavy Banners die. Then stamped the sentiment from Wavy Sayings using Embossing Ink and sprinkling on Silver Embossing Powder. Then heated with my embossing gun. This was a great finishing touch to the galaxy. I added the sentiment strip to the card with foam tape for dimension.

I hope you enjoyed today’s card. You can save the board below to Pinterest for future reference.

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