I went very simple - I made a stencil (out of cheap cardstock) using PTI's Cover Plate: Circle die. I then trimmed a piece of Stamper's Select White cardstock to the size I wanted for my card and used post it notes to hold down the stencil and mask off the parts of it that I didn't want to use. It really is a lot of fun to layer on the paste and the different colours (I only used two for this card). I also chose to use a serrated plastic knife for my palette, adding in even more texture.
Oh, and I know this is a bit far-fetched, but my inspiration for this card came from Sunday's gorgeous Supermoon. Wasn't it spectacular?!! We took a couple of pics but I wish I would have thought of taking a selfie with it!
Cardstock: PTI Stamper's Select White, Smokey Shadow
Stamps: PTI Wet Paint
Inks: PTI Smokey Shadow, Summer Sunrise, Berry Sorbet
Dies: PTI Cover Plate: Circles die, Tipped Tops, Building Blocks
Other: Liquitex Light Modeling Paste