This card is 15-3/4″ x 4-1/4″! It’s pretty easy to make!
The CEO of Stampin’ Up! made a long card a few months ago. I loved the idea so I came up with one of my own! There’s a PDF with the measurements- I’ll give you the link to it the end of the post.
Here’s the video of making it! It’s really easy!
Here’s the card I made during the video- all supplies are the same!
In the video, you’ll see the four other Reach for the Stars/Stargazing cards I made that I won’t share. You can purchase the PDF Tutorial that has pictures, measurements, supplies and step by step instructions. I have other PDF Tutorials! Check them out here!
Here’s the link for all my instruction PDFs, this one is the last one shown: “Long Card”:
If you watched my video of my new stuff (the most recent one), I showed the Stargazing Suite. It includes Reach for the Stars stamp set, Reach for the Stars dies, Stargazing DSP, and the Holographic Trio Speciality Paper. All four of those are used on this card!
In the video, when I showed the Holographic paper, you could see how it looks when a light is on it. It becomes rainbow-y! It’s hard to take to picture of it!
This card took me about ten minutes. That does not include letting the Staz-On dry. When stamping on the Holographic, you have to let it set for a while to dry.
I stamped the astronaut and the sentiment on the Holographic with Staz-On. The sentiment is from Phrases for All. I die cut it with Deckled Rectangles dies.
So everything on the front of this card, except the background paper (which is Stargazing DSP), is with the Holographic paper. I think a kid would really like this card!
And! I have four more cards using Stargazing/Reach for the Stars! I won’t show them on here, but you can purchase a PDF tutorial. It includes pictures, measurements, supplies used and step by step instructions! I have PDFs available for other stamp sets, too. Here’s where you can see them!