Summer Launch Party with Fun Stamper’s Journey + BLOG HOP!

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Hey, friends! Did you catch the Fun Stamper’s Journey Summer Launch Party this past weekend? If not, no worries! We have a fun blog hop today to show off the new goodies!

If you want to see ALL THE NEW THINGS FROM THIS LAUNCH, CLICK HERE!

I am playing around with the SPACE CADETS and CRITTERNAUT stamp sets. There are also some additional items that coordinate with these sets to help you create some fun cards and projects!

Fun Stampers Journey- Space Cadets Stamp Set- Galaxy Shaker card- Galaxy Scene- Marie Nicole Designs (1 of 6)

For my first card today, I decided to make a shaker card to show off this beautiful shaker mix! I started by ink blending a purpleish-blue background for my card. Then, I cut a suqare frame for my window. After I added some clear plastic to my frame, I added foam adhesive all around the sides, being sure to leave no gaps where the sequins and shaker bits could fall out.

Fun Stampers Journey- Space Cadets Stamp Set- Galaxy Shaker card- Galaxy Scene- Marie Nicole Designs (2 of 6)Fun Stampers Journey- Space Cadets Stamp Set- Galaxy Shaker card- Galaxy Scene- Marie Nicole Designs (3 of 6)

I then added a pile of these amazing shaker bits in the center of my ink blended background, and carefully layered the window frame over it. This sealed in the shaker mix and created my shaker card!

I finished the card with a few stamped and embossed images and a sentiment. I also added a few of those amazing outer space stickers to the front and they look fantastic!

Fun Stampers Journey- Space Cadets Stamp Set- Galaxy Shaker card- Galaxy Scene- Marie Nicole Designs (4 of 6)

This next card took a little longer to make, but it was so much fun to build a scene! I ink blended the background of this A10 card using some orange and grey tones. I then splattered on lots of Fun Stamper’s Journey’s Sparkle Silk to create shiny stars.

I then stamped out rows of these space rocks from the stamp sets and fussy cut them out, creating layers of rocky space terrain to build my scene on.

Fun Stampers Journey- Space Cadets Stamp Set- Galaxy Shaker card- Galaxy Scene- Marie Nicole Designs (5 of 6)Fun Stampers Journey- Space Cadets Stamp Set- Galaxy Shaker card- Galaxy Scene- Marie Nicole Designs (6 of 6)

I layered these terrain pieces over each other, using different heights of foam adhesive to make them pop out. Then, I just tucked in some of the stamped images from the set, like this astronaut and rocket ship! Too fun! There are also some little alien characters in the set that you could add to this scene if you wanted to!

The gold stars in the sky are pieces that I picked out of the shaker mix and I think they look fantastic on this scene.

My 4yr old son loved this card, as well! He saw it and told me that it was Neil Armstrong stepping onto the moon. He’s a bit of an outer space geek at the moment! 😉

***GIVEAWAY***

Hello-Summer-Blog-Hop-Prize-1920x1080To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate to one lucky blog reader – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Giveaway closes on Monday, July 1st, 11:59 pm EDT. Winners will be announced in our blog hop post the following Tuesday. The winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties, and taxes.

Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed these space-themed cards as much as I enjoyed creating them! Just follow the list of names below to continue hopping!

Spellbinders

Bibi Cameron

Keeway Tsao

Mariana Grigsby

Nichol Spohr

Laura Williams

Desiree Kuemmerle

Marie Heiderscheit <—– YOU ARE HERE

Tina Smith

Michelle Short

Mindy Eggen

Justine Hovey

Francine Vuillème

Laura Volpes

Laurel Beard


73 Comments Add yours

  1. char Leasor says:

    Your cards are beautiful! Love the 2nd cards background!!!

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  2. Gloria Loungeway says:

    Great cards. Who doesn’t love a shaker and those backgrounds are great!

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  3. Zlatka says:

    Your cards are super cool! I love the shaker card!

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  4. Julie Eide says:

    Love the ink blending you did. Great color combination

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  5. Rachel W says:

    Cool cards for kids.

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  6. Kenni Eberlin says:

    such fun cards – very, very nice

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  7. Sue D says:

    How fun. My grandchildren would love these.

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  8. Lisa Byers says:

    Wonderful space cards!! Your coloring is awesome!!

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  9. Lori says:

    Love your cards. Thank you for sharing your ideas and creativity.

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  10. Nicole Nardi says:

    WOW. Love your cards

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  11. Claudette Schoonover says:

    Love the way you did the backgrounds.

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  12. Marisela Delgado says:

    Awesome backgrounds

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  13. Julie says:

    Absolutely LOVE this idea!

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  14. Lauryne Cunningham says:

    Awesome cards! I love the colors and all the dimension on your second card!

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  15. Cyndi Morris says:

    Love these “outer space” cards. The colors and the backgrounds are fantastic.

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  16. Darlene De Sario says:

    Cute and super fun! Great job! Tyfs!

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  17. Darlene De Sario says:

    Great cards! The scene is adorable!

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  18. Monika.Buzsy says:

    Amazing cards! Love the shaker… with the cute out of space images… the sponged background is just as great! Love the colors.

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  19. Denise Bryant says:

    Wonderful cards! Love the colors and details!

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  20. DJ Doss says:

    Love the background on the second card and the shaker is so fun. TFS!

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  21. Dee Earnshaw says:

    your cards certainly have the WOW factor – thanks for sharing

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