Thursday, 7 April 2016

To the moon and back

When there's a programme on about the solar system or black holes or the expanding universe I'm always glued to it.  I usually only understand it for the first 10 minutes and then my brain just explodes and I've no idea what they're on about.  Still find it fascinating though!  And I must confess to giving Tim Peake a wee wave every time I see the space station pass over ;) ... I wonder if he's ever seen a dude like this when he points his camera the other way!

My little alien is from High Hopes - coloured with watercolour pencils and clear gloss added to his eyes.  Dienamics wonky stitched circles die - then embossed with an old sizzix folder.  Black card splattered with white paint.  Silver and red stars from stash.


  1. Oh this is too cute! You did such a great job making Space look ... space-y! LOL

    Awwwwdorable! That is a great sketch design too : )


  2. So stunning Lynne.I love your design and fab fun alien :D

    xx coops xx

  3. Lol, oh Lynne that image made me smile he is a cutie a lovely card for a youngster
    lorraine x

  4. Love the design Lynne, the vertical sentiment is brilliant and such a cute alien too xx

  5. I hope all aliens are as cute as that one! Really like the way you used an embossing folder on the moon, so effective. Cara x

  6. Fab love the little alien Debbs xx

  7. Beautiful card Lynne. Thank you for playing along with our Challenge at Penny's Paper-Crafty. We would love to see you again ... Anet DTx

  8. That cute little alien looks absolutely huggable! Love your card and the placement of your sentiment. Hope your weekend is full of crafty goodness. :)

  9. What a unique card, love everyhting about it. Thanks for joining us at Pennys Paper Crafty Challenge. Jean DT Member. xx


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