Going Global

Here is a card based on the What Will You Stamp challenge. This weeks challenge is to create a card using the Going Global stamp set.

I had a lot of fun making the background. I used the watercolor technique to create a night sky scene. I started by adding lots of ink on watercolor paper. Once the entire piece was dry, I sponged extra Night of Navy Ink for a rich, deep background. Than I splattered some mixes of water, Perfect Pearls and Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment Ink Pad all over the background.

Unfortunately I took the wrong embossing powder to embossed the Big Dipper image. I took the clear one with glitter instead of the white one. So I went over the image with white ink.

The moon is made with a piece of paper of the DSP and sponged with Sahara Sand and Early Expresso Ink.

I applied watercolor markers only on the continents of the earth stamp  to create a realistic earth. I sprayed with water on the stamp and stamped the image. The seas are watercolored with Night of Navy.  I used a sponge dauber and Night of Navy ink on one side and Hero Arts white ink on the other side to create dimension.

Stamp Set: SU Going Global
Colors: SU Rich Razzleberry | SU Night of Navy | Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment Ink White | Perfect Pearl White |  PP Turquoise | PP Blue Patina
Paper: SU Watercolor Paper
Punch: SU 2 Inch Circle Punch

The challenge I linked up to:

wwys_63_Going Global


9 gedachtes over “Going Global

  1. Carolina Evans zegt:

    Isle!!!!!! This card is by far is one of my favourites!! I love the out of this world perspective – truly awesome! Thanks for joining us over at WWYS this week! See you again soon xx

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