Try It On Tuesday Inspired by a Song

                                                        Fly me to the Moon

After coming across yet another lovely blog tuesdaytaggers.blogspot.com they have a great challenge try it on Tuesday and the theme is ” Inspired by a Song ” I knew straight away what my song choice would be. Fly me to the moon by ‘ Ole Blue Eyes’. I have been waiting for ages to use this Stamp by Crafty Individuals,  I stamped the image onto vellum and placed it on card stock which I had previously dabbed with Ranger broken china distress ink to make it cloud like ( Well it looks cloudy in my house honest ) Oh hang on my glasses need cleaning ! Glossy accents on the stars with a bit of glitter , don’t usually do glitter but seemed appropriate. I matted it onto black card and then onto Colour Cor ‘ dinationations black card stock which I passed through my texture boutique sanded it and dabbed sliver ink on top. Phew ! goodness me it’s nearly as tiring describing it as it was doing it ! I enjoyed it though and hope you do to.

Mariexx

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10 thoughts on “Try It On Tuesday Inspired by a Song

  1. Ooh, this is lovely. It really reminds me of my childhood, although I'm not sure how it relates to a council house in Kirkby, but it makes me feel all nostalgic.Ooh I know why now, it made me think of my favourite childhood song "so would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar".Excuse the ramblings of a mad woman, your card is a triumph x

  2. How can I possibly thank you for your lovely comment on my blog? You have made my day with your very kind words. Please call by again soon! It's been great to visit your lovely blog too. Sue x

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