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Saturday, June 25, 2016

The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers Challenge #62 - "O" Is For Outerspace

Today over at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers the new challenge for the next two weeks is:  "O" is for Outerspace:
Doesn't Edna look peaceful?  I decided to create something other than a card for this challenge when I came across these words "I Love my Space" and immediately my Granson and his new need for PRIVACY came to mind so THIS is what I created showcasing Dudley:
So much better than KEEP OUT, don't you think?  Here is the other side... These wee aliens, all fussy cut from Crate Paper's Orbit Collection, totally tickled my fancy and I just love how it feels like they are all looking at you, almost daring you to enter...Grin!
And we would LOVE if you wanted to join in all the fun, just link up your take on an Outerspace project by Midnight Friday, July 8th for chance to be Queen or Princess of Snark!  Now here are some photos showing you the process of how I created this mixed media bedroom door hanger from a piece of thick cardboard - enjoy!  
I started by cutting out this door hanger shape from some super thick cardboard I had in my scrap box which I gave two coats of black gesso...
Here are all the products I used to create that awesome space background... and that is Dyan Reavely's Star Stencil
Here is a close up of that background
I cut off Dudley's Head and inserted it into this Astronaut suit I cut from BoBunny's Blast Off Collection. And YES, that is Ranger's Liquid Pearl all over his suit because I thought he needed to be shiney!
Now I did the same thing on the back side but I used my Dreamweaver Meltalic Silver Paste instead of gold.
And here is a close up of those wee aliens from Crate Paper's Orbit Collection... Can you tell that I really, really LIKE them!
I did not add Dudley's mokey tail to this project as it just didn't look right, so you have to imagine it floating in space behind him...Grin
I think my grandson is really going to like this particular project!  As always, thanks for popping by to see what I am up to and please do leave me a comment if you like what you see!

Scrapbooking Mixed Media Artist
Lynne Mizera
for the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers


  1. I love it. Great idea and I am sure your grandson will love it.

  2. I second what Chelle said: I love this and your grandson is going to love it too!

  3. I love Dudley everytime you use him and this is no exception, he is perfect and what an awesome project for your grandson he will just love it.

  4. Super awesome door hanger! That Dudley is a funny fella!
    Fab project for the challenge sistah!

  5. This is so cute, love it ♥

  6. Great idea, Lynne - and so totally useful too! :D

  7. This is quite brilliant, Lynne! I may just have to make one for my own guy that appreciates his privacy!

  8. Firstly thank you so much for leaving such kind and generous comments on my blog...Secondly what a delight visiting your blog. So uplifting, such fun and thoroughly enjoyed it! Your mixed media project is fabulous and yes so much better than keep out...This won't be last time I visit x

    1. Aaaaw, geeeee... you're making me blush... GRIN! I love what YOU do and I am so happy that you found me and will be back again (PS... I am now Following YOU.. Grin) Have a wonderful, happy daaaay


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