Shoot For The Stars + Blog Hop

Hello and happy Friday to you! My week seems like it's been one very long day and I can't tell you how glad I am to have landed at Friday. Tonight is going to be very uneventful with some food, a film and sleep. It's all rock and roll here in Cornwall, haha.

Moving on to what you're here for - Stamp Club Shoot For The Stars. Oh boy, it's a beauty! 

What is Stamp Club?
  • Monthly Stamp release to be launched on the last Friday of every month (holidays permitting).
  • Not a subscription based program.
  • Shoot For The Stars stamp and die set will only be sold as a bundle.
  • Limited stock available.
  • Retail value £39.99 / $39.99 so you receive a £/$5 savings.
  • Exclusive to Tonic Studios. 
  • Inspired by Maria Willis.
  • Tonic dies are amazing and come pre-cut/separated with no burs.
  • Stamps and dies come in high quality plastic envelopes with a tab for labelling and binder holes on the side and are compatible with all Tonic Studios A5 binders. 

**GIVEAWAY ALERT** 

ONE lucky winner will win a £50/$50 Gift Card for Tonic Studios AND Shoot for the Moon bundle! To enter comment on every blog in the hop by 11:59PM PST on June 2, 2021/ 7:59am GST on June 3, 2021. Winner will be announced on 4th June on Instagram and Facebook so make sure you're following all accounts! 

What you receive when you purchase Stamp Club, Shoot For The Stars.

Tonic have also re-released Shoot For The Moon, which is the perfect companion set! 

I had great fun using Shoot For The Stars and would love to share a few with you now. 

Project One
Project Two 
Project 2 with lights switched on
To finish, I wanted to make a beautiful night sky scene, and have made two slightly different versions. 

Version one is a one layer card. The clear night sky is still a wonder to me and I find such joy at stargazing. I've used lots of the smaller dies to create the stars in the sky, the mountain range stamp and the awesome sentiment to create this wonderful card. 
Version two is a little bigger, A6, and this time I've only used that incredible mountain range stamp. If you're like me, getting your white splatter just right can often be a challenge, especially when you're using wet mediums. Well, don't worry as I have the perfect solution - masking fluid! Use the fluid as your splatter before you start your project, allow to dry for about an hour and then create your project. Once your background work is finished, allow to completely dry and then you can gently rub off the masking fluid, revealing your perfectly white splatter. 
This waterclour was created using Nuvo Aqua Flows but you can use any wet medium or even distress/oxide inks. Cool, isn't it?! 

Thank you for joining me today and taking part in this incredible blog hop organised by Maria Willis of Cardbomb. 

Next on your hop is the amazing Lydia Fielder! 

Full shopping list will be at the end of this post, if you'd like a closer look at the Stamp Club Collection. 

 BLOG HOP LIST:

Maria Willis

Sandi MacIver

Daniel West

Jen Kray YOU ARE HERE

Lydia Fiedler NEXT

Marie Heiderscheit

Seeka

Ilda Dias

Michelle Short

Jessica Frost-Ballas


Thank you for joining me today to show you what I've been creating with Stamp Club. Some of the links I use are affiliated, which means I make a small commission when you purchase through them. This doesn't affect the cost to you but I'm so grateful to you when you support small bloggers like myself. 
Shopping List

Have a great day and enjoy all the amazing projects in this awesome hop. 
Love of love, 
Jen xx 

Comments

  1. Gorgeous cards!! I love your background!!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful Jen. Will be patiently waiting for post now.

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  3. Awesome card designs! Love the lights!

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  4. So beautiful, love those backgrounds!

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  5. Your stars look gorgeous. I love the look of all of them

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  6. Beautiful cards, Jen. My favorites are the 1st & last. Love how you did the sky.

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  7. Jen, your cards are lovely! I love your night skies, I find them so intimidating and you make it sound so easy!

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  8. I saw the light and fell in love with that project. All are great but this one is perfection. Want to try it....

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  9. Ooooo the backgrounds are incredible! The stars STUNNING!

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  10. Wow, I just love those gorgeous starlit skies! Those splattered stars are spectacular!

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  11. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  12. All your cards are so pretty. They look just like the night sky. The 2nd card with the lights turned on is stunning. Great job!

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  13. I love everything the DT made but I have to admit that your backgrounds are my favorite. SO AMAZING!

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  14. your cards are always so amazing Jen and these are fantastic. I hope your ok , take care xx

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  15. Putting the lights behind the circle of stars
    was a wonderful idea. Love the night skies
    of the other two cards. All are fantastic.
    thanks for sharing
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  16. Exquisite cards Jen. Love them all.

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  17. Your splattered night sky is gorgeous!!

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  18. Gorgeous cards!! Love the light up feature.

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  19. Beautiful cards! Love all of the night skies.

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  20. Your skies are mesmerizing, love your gorgeous cards. Such a great tip to use masking fluid for splatter!

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  21. Love the starry skies you created with these awesome stamps and dies! Your light-up card is fabulous too!

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  22. Your cards are gorgeous! I love how your second card lights up. :) The sky backgrounds you created are so cool, and thanks for sharing the tip about using masking fluid for the white splatter effect.

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