I used the rainbow for the star trail! Does it work? I stamped the star from PTI's Star Print set and used the matching punch to punch it out. Then I used a star nestie to cut a small star for the center which I layered on top with a pop dot.
I used a lot of dimension on this card but some of it is very, very subtle. I cut out numerous clouds and layered several on top of each other. I didn't want to pop them all up as high as the star so that I could keep the star as the "star of the show", lol, so to add just a bit of dimension, I layered them on top of each other. Here's another view of the dimension below.
To get the sentiment to say "Wish Upon A Star", I used the "Wish" from PTI's Tiny Tags set, and the "upon a" from the Star Prints set and just masked off the "wish" that was included in that particular sentiment. It fit perfectly on that cute little perforated cloud! I also used tea dye inks around the outside of each of the clouds to give them a little of an aged look. I also outlined each cloud with a spica glitter pen but I know that you can't see that detail in the photos.
The reddish paper that I used as a mat has been in my paper collection for years! It is DCWV white core paper and I thought it fit with this aged looking card. I cut it to the size I wanted and then used a paper sander to lightly sand the edges. This made the white of the paper show through.
I hope you enjoyed this post! I'll have one more for you tomorrow if I get it scheduled and then I'll promise to do something else for a post or two, lol! I also have a Twinery post that will be featured on The Twinery blog coming up next week to share as well.
Stamps: PTI Tiny Tags & Star Prints
Paper: Basic Grey Offbeat, October Afternoon Cherry Hill, PTI Rustic White & Spring Rain, DCWV
Ink: Charcoal & Moulin Rouge Palette, Tea Dye PTI
Other: Rainbows & Clouds Lil' Inker Designs Dies, Fiskars Star Punch, PTI Linen Impression Plate, Pop Dots, Spica Clear Glitter Pen, Star Nestability