Reach for the Moon

Hello friends....

There is a challenge over at CASology where their cue word is:

I can probably count on one hand when I used a moon on one of my cards. I can't watercolor them, they are hard to color, so I just don't do them.
However, wanting to play in their challenge, I decided to go a different route and just use the "word".

This would make a fun graduation card when done in the recipients school colors.

I die cut the tiny stars (and then saved them for a future shaker card) :)
Blue area of card was achieved with Copic markers and an eBrush.
Die cut the large circle, aligned and stamped my sentiment, then adhered it all together.

Easy Peasy Mr. Sneezy!!!!

CASology  -  Moon

Simon Says Stamp:  Falling Stars die
Penny Black:  Eloquence
Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko:  VersaFine Onyx Black ink

Thank so much for stamping by...

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Kathy Towers said...

Beautiful card!! Lovely design! I am using moons in Halloween cards this year!

Ruth said...

I love this sentiment!

Hannelie said...

Perfect! The night sky with stars showcase your moon beautifully!
Thanks for joining Casology !

Jen W. said...

Love the deep blue of your gorgeous sky and the perfectly placed twine. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

Taunya Butler said...

This is PERFECT for the cue word and such a handy card to have - I agree with you about it being a graduation card in the school colors of the person graduating!! What a genius and wonderful idea!!! Love the rich tones it has and those stars are super bright and so incredible!! All around terrific card!!! Have a WONDERFUL week!!

Judy1223 said...

What a great idea to make a card for an occasion such as graduation...perfect sentiment for our cue this week, and what a great way to make a moon! Great colors, great design! Thanks for joining us at CASology!