Kindred Stamps Space Heroes Box

So, a couple of months ago I purchased a very cool limited edition box set from Kindred Stamps, and it has just been sitting on my shelf collection dust.

I finally pulled down this box, because, lets be honest, I got it to play with it… and am so excited to share a couple of cards I created using the set.  It is of course sold out, but it is just too cool of a stamp set and paper collection not to share.

Up on my channel today is the first five cards in this two part series and I hope you enjoy.  Tune in next week to see the second five cards from the collection.

To watch this video in HD, click here.

For a closer look at each of the cards, scroll down.


Card OneEK Gorman, Galaxey Box aFor the first card, I stamped out all the Space friends, masking where I needed to, and colored the images in with my copics.  After fussy cutting out the images, I added a piece of galaxy printed paper and a sentiment from the stamp set.

EK Gorman, Galaxey Box b


Card TwoEK Gorman, Galaxey Box cThis card features my favorite piece of cardstock from the box and some stamping of our little tree person friend.  I love how the sequins in the pack included in this collection blend seamlessly to these papers.

EK Gorman, Galaxey Box d


Card ThreeEK Gorman, Galaxey Box eI love how simple this card is, but yet, it is still one I would happily send someone.  The paper simply speaks for itself and stands well on its own.

EK Gorman, Galaxey Box f


Card Four

EK Gorman, Galaxey Box gHere I used two different pieces of printed paper to highlight my stamped and colored image.  The sentiments in the stamp set really make me smile, and I love especially this sentiment.

EK Gorman, Galaxey Box h


Card FiveEK Gorman, Galaxey Box iMy final card today utilizes the stickers in the box on top of one of the beautiful printed papers.

EK Gorman, Galaxey Box j

Thanks for peeking in today to the first part of this two part series.  Let me know in the comments below which of the cards today is jour favorite!  Until then, Happy Crafting!

 

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