Watercolor Galaxy Papercraft Card with Tombow!

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 Watercolor Galaxy Papercraft Card with Tombow!

Galaxy art is my absolute favorite.  It's fun to create and there is no right or wrong way to do it!  Do you make handmade cards?  I love making cards, I make masses of them--but sending them is an entirely different story.  But a stack of handmade cards makes a great handmade gift too!  This galaxy card is easy to create and such a fun technique--let's get started.

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You will need:

Dual Brush Markers in a variety of colors, including black or
Dual Brush Pen Set, 10 Galaxy
Mixed media or Watercolor paper
Blending Palette
Black Card (5.5 x 4.25)
White gel pen
Tombow Xtreme Adhesive
Water in small spray bottle
I'll walk you through it with a video and pictures!
Use the large blending palette to scribble colors all over half of it.  Add in all the colors and then add lots of black at the end.
Spritz the palette with water from the spray bottle.
Then place the paper right on top of the blending palette.
Pull the paper off and check out the finished galaxy!
Let the paper dry completely, then cut it 1/4 inch smaller than the black card.  Use the Xtreme adhesive to tape the galaxy on the card.
Use a scrap of the mixed media paper and write a little galaxy phrase on it...like "you're a STAR"

Use the adhesive to add a black border to the phrase and then use a white gel pen to add in some stars.
Tape the phrase to the card and it's done!  It's totally flat and easy to send in the mail.  This would also make a great gift tag!
I love how fast and easy it is to create custom cards!
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