May 6, 2021

“Our Friendship” Galaxy Background Card

“Our Friendship” Galaxy Background Card

Hi Guys! I'm Debbie from Debbie J’s Crafting Corner, here today sharing how I created this card with a galaxy background and images from the “Upon a Star” stamp set from Lawn Fawn.


I love showing the process when I’m creating.  I hope my tutorial and video help you see that, if I can make it, You Can Too!

I used the following stamps and dies from Dies R Us:

Lawn Fawn - Upon A Star Stamps

Lawn Fawn - Upon A Star Dies

Lawn Fawn - Grassy Hillside Borders Dies


Check out the video showing how I created this adorable card!


I used my Spectrum Noir Markers to color in the adorable fox and bunny images and fussy cut each of them out.  

Then I heat embossed some fun constellations onto a galaxy background that I made earlier this week for a LiveStream on my YouTube channel.  

I used WOW Embossing ink and White detail embossing powder from Recollections.


The little family needs something to sit on, so I cut a little hill using one of the dies from the Grassy Hillside Borders Dies set from Lawn Fawn, and added a little texture to the hill with Walnut Stain Distress Oxide Ink.

I adhered the grass to the galaxy panel with a tape runner and trimmed the entire panel down to 3 ¾ x 4 ¾.  This will leave a nice border when it’s added to a card base.


Next, we need a sentiment.  I placed the panel in my stamp platform and positioned the characters where I thought I’d add them later.  Then I lined up the sentiments on the grassy hillside using one of the tools in the Misti Creative Corners set.

After using my anti-static tool again, I stamped out the sentiments in Wow Embossing ink and added the same white embossing powder as before.  

I love how the white pops once it’s heated.


Then I adhered the little family to the front of the panel with Art Glitter Glue.



Before adhering the front panel, I also heat embossed some of the constellations and one of the bunnies onto the inside of the card.

Then I adhered the front panel with foam tape for dimension.  

💥Quick Tip: use liquid adhesive on your foam tape to make it easier to position your panel.

As a finishing touch, I added a few crystals from my stash.

Here are some photos of the finished card.

Thank you so much for dropping by.  I hope you enjoyed this project and would love to hear what you think of this card.

 Please leave me a comment down below!


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Thanks so much for stopping by. And remember, if I can make it, YOU CAN TOO!





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