Friday, May 16, 2014

Moon Goddess Part Two with Lost Coast Designs

Hi Dreamers!
I have the second Moon Goddess card for you today!  The first one was in shades of blue (see here)  I used some dry embossing and lots of spray inks and some rubs for my background on today's card made with a Lost Coast Designs stamp.  

Materials List:
Stamp: Moon Goddess from Lost Coast Designs
Ink: Creole Spice Kaleidacolor Pad
Distress Inks: Mowed Lawn, Faded Jeans, Wild Honey
Ink Sprays: Bamboo Leaves Fireworks - Memento; Mustard Seed, Boardwalk, Purple Pansy Glimmer Mist- Tattered Angels
Metallic Rubs
CS: White; black; Kraft; and Certainly Celery (Stampin' Up)
Trim: Hobby Lobby
3-D Zots
Liquid Perfect Pearls-bright green
Decorative Tiles Embossing Folder


  • Make a card base with black CS
  • Dry Emboss Certainly Celery (green) CS 
  • Distress the dry embossing with Mowed Lawn Distress ink
  • Cut a rectangle from Kraft CS and distress with Wild Honey and Faded Jeans DI
  • Add both pieces to the black card base
  • Glue the trim to card 

  • Stamp the Moon Goddess with the Kaleidacolor pad on white CS and cut out
  • Add image to card with 3-D zots
  • Spray the left side of the card with Spray inks   TIP:  I picked spray inks in similar colors to the inks in the Kaleidacolor pad
  • Add the Metallic rubs to some of the raised areas and the background
  • Apply dots of the Liquid Pearls --- let dry before handling

Isn't this a great image?  Really a lot of scope.... I love it with the Kaleidacolor pads.  Great way to use those.  I know you have one somewhere in your stash......don't you??   LOL  I hope you are having a great day!!  I am waiting for the yard and garden to dry up a bit so I can get out there and do a bit of work.  I need to get those lettuces in!!   See you next time.  Love ya.

1 comment:

  1. She certainly is beautiful Karen! I love all the layers and colors- I'll have to check into those Kaleidacolor pads! Thanks so much for sharing!
    ps..we already have early corn popping up! ")


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