Thursday, April 26, 2012

Reach for the stars

I have a paper with the planets on it in my stash for a long time just waiting for the right photos. Recently my astronomy buff son created a solar system wall in his room and I took photos of the process…of course. The final piece in the puzzle was Scrapping Everyday Miracles April sketch that the DT had to design. Everything came together just right and a layout was born.
It's a multi photos sketch and you still have time to join the fun and win a great prize.
For this layout I took a dark blue cardstock as a background. I cut all the stars from the patterned paper and added them to the layout with the photos. I created a asteroid belt from punched stars and spots of stickles.

Created for:

Pile it on #17: Sparkle and Shiny
Tuesday Throwdown #95: Use Sparkle
Totally Gorjuss #128: Boys Toys

Have fun creating!



  1. Wonderful LO you have created! Lots of wonderful details. Thanks for sharing with us at TT this week :)

  2. איזה יופי של אסטורונומיה על דף מעוצב
    הרעיונות שלך לפעמים משגעים אותי
    פשוט מלכה!!!

  3. Great layout Einat, love it. Thanks for joining us at TG this week.

    Kat xx

  4. What a fun layout!! Your page is adorable. Thanks for joining us at the Color Throwdown this week :]

  5. These colors worked perfectly for this great page! So glad you were able to play along with us at Color Throwdown!

  6. I love the creativity! If your son loves space so much, have you ever considered going stargazing?

    The best thing about stargazing is that ANYONE can get involved! It sounds like you need expensive gear, or that you need to attend meetings for this, but this is just not true. Many leading astronomers reckon that the best way getting started is by simply getting a pair of binoculars, a good book and to get out there!

    My son and I have been going stargazing with the two of us for a few years now and we found that this book really helped us explore the skies:

    It really is worth a read. Get out there and look up!