Thursday, 23 June 2022

In the stars

This is a post I didn't think I would be able to write following a family bereavement, but, serendipity played its hand and here is a second inspiration make for our Country View Challenge

As I thought about the theme, it seemed fitting. Souls are often referred as stars in the sky and I took it as a sign. 

I used a Paper Artsy star stamp (JM06), the Art Marks and Noteworthy 2 stamps sets, both by STAMPlorations, to create the sentiment. All were stamped and embossed with white EP. 

For added colour I applied some Versamark with a sponge on top of the stars and added mica powders, in different colours. Here's the shine shot: 


Do enter the Country View Challenge with a starry make of your own for the chance to win a £ 20 voucher to the online shop but be quick there is only a week left...  


Thanks for coming by,

 Craftyfield   I am entering the challenge

4 comments:

  1. Oh... Je suis navrée de lire ton post, et de ne le faire que maintenant...
    Mes condoléances pour ce deuil tout d'abord, c'est toujours des passages bien difficiles, j'espère que l'heure était venue pour cette personne de ta famille à un age convenable... si l'on peut dire ça, bien sûr.
    Ta carte est très belle en tout cas, très inspirée, et très touchante je trouve.
    Je t'embrasse, avec toute mon amitié
    Corinne

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  2. I'm so very sorry to hear about your family loss... it's beautiful how you found some meaning in these soulful stars, magical in the deep night sky, and shining with beauty and love.
    Alison x

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  3. Very sorry to hear about your loss. Sending you lots of love and healing thoughts. The card is perfect with its different interpretations xx

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  4. This is beautiful Christine, and the perfect tribute. Take care xx

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