Hey Friends! Katie here with a super fun (AND TASTY) card today.
Maybe I was creating with my stomach… who knows, but when I got my hands on this new Crater Layers Stencil, I instantly thought, “the moon is made of cheese!” So you can guess where this might be going. 😉
Here was my first attempt at making a moon scene. I was going for cheddar here.
To make this:
- I started with my stencil layers using distress inks and my Trinity Blending Buddy. Once I had the moon, then I went for the sky with other distress inks. I also added a few comets and a planet using the Interplanetary Stencil.
- Next, I splattered some water on the scene and as chance would have it a splashed a big blob on the sky. A little disappointing as it washed out some of the color and warped my layer, but life happens!
- Next, I stamped and colored the mice from the Mouse House stamp set, they are the perfect critters for this cheese scene. I used the Mouse House Dies to cut them out.
- I placed them in my scene jumping into or out of the craters and have them holding The Big Cheese Clay Sprinkle embellishments.
- I also added some stars in the sky using Itty Bitty Black Stars.
- I added the sentiment on a bit of yellow CS and placed it in the upper right. It is also from Mouse House.
- Lastly, I mounted it on a white base.
Here is the Blue Cheese version.
I like this one a teensy bit better because the colors pop a bit more. The process was the same, but I used blue distress inks for my moon. Instead of blue comets, I have white pigment ink here. For the sentiment and asteroids I used the brand new Otter Space Stamp set.
I hope you enjoyed these cheesy (WINK) cards! If you are hungry now, feel free to go grab lunch! If you want to see a full list of supplies, visit me on my blog.
Have a great day!