Our family really enjoys astronomy, so we were excited to view the super blood moon eclipse! A super moon means the moon looks the biggest in the sky due its closeness to the earth. A blood moon refers to the reddish glow the moon gets from the reflection of the earth during the eclipse. You can really see the red glow on the photos I took with my simple Cannon camera and built in zoom (and a very steady hand!).
The Altenew "To The Moon" and "Tiny Stars" stamp sets were prefect for this theme, and the challenge sketch was just right for these photos!
- I started by stamping black cardstock with Altenew's Tiny Stars and Altenew's Embossing Ink in a circle, then heat embossing with Silver Embossing Powder.
- The photos were matted with dark gray cardstock and attached.
- Altenew's "To The Moon" was stamped with Altenew's Gray Denim Ink on pale yellow cardstock and cut with a circle die, then attached.
- The title and journaling were done on light gray cardstock and attached.
This page is entered in:
- Altenew Sketch Challenge #13
Thanks for stopping by, and hope you inspired to check out some of nature's wonders and scrap them,