Beam Me Up

I was watching mandala rock painting on YouTube and thought that would be a fun idea to incorporate into a card somehow. I didn’t have any acrylic paint handy (can you believe that?!) but I did have a stack of Lawn Fawn stamps on my desk. So I thought the smaller stamps in those sets would be perfect to make one and this is what I ended up with. Except for the planning phase, this was a fun no-brain card to work on.

I started by cutting a square white paper then marking the center and using a drawing compass to create a few guides for when I stamped. I used several different Lawn Fawn stamps but the focal one is Beam Me Up. The planet was stamped first in the center then I worked my way outward. I selected the smallest stamps for the inner circles then I was able to add the small (yet larger) alien characters. Confetti candy was used to fill out the corners.
I colored the images first and then filled in the background with a dark blue for the space sky. After that was finished, I added the stars with a white gel pen. Lastly, I added the rockets and space ships on top with foam tape in the corners.

These are the supplies I used:
drawing compass
Copic atyou Spica glitter pens
Sakura Gelly Roll white pen

Lawn Fawn stamps:
Beam Me Up
Monster Mash
Out of This World
Year Seven
Upon A Star

Copic Markers:
Y00, YR31, 23
BG11, 34, 72
B12, 16, B91, 95, 97
YR04, 07, 09, R08, 29
YG11, 13, 07
C0, 3, 5
B39

5 thoughts on “Beam Me Up

    1. On it! As soon as I get accepted into the group. Sheesssh, membership into clubs is tight these days. Maybe it’s because I forgot to arrive in my limo. Bwah ha ha

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