Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Antique Truck

Last Saturday I attended another of the stamp groups I belong to.  It was the first time in a year and was wonderful to see the gals again!  For this group we take our individual projects to work on and I started on some ideas for my April and May classes.  I'll be teaching 2 feminine card and 2 masculine cards per class. I completed a total of 3 masculine cards but I don't know which ones I'll teach when.

(This post contains affiliate links.  When you shop through my links {most are at the end of my post} I may receive a small commission at NO cost to you! Thanks for your support!)

I used a cool stamp by Art Impressions called Antiques Window. I purchased it during the retreat I attended early Feb. If you look back to my Feb. 16 post you will see 2 cards from a make n take one this was one of the images.

I bought the blue plaid paper from The Paper Collage in Peoria, AZ, a suburb of Phoenix on the west side. Pam, the owner, designed this double sided print. Right now it's not one you can buy online but only in her store. I stamped the truck window using my Fun Stampers Journey's Black Licorice fusion ink. I have to admit I do not care for the way this image stamped this time. I get a bet better look with a dye ink but I didn't take my dye ink pad with me when I started this card.

I used my FSJ Color Burst pencils to color. I didn't do any real shading but it turned out ok. I want to try this with water colors. The picture on the stamp package is amazing!

I think my gals will enjoy this card. It came together for me pretty fast but then it's a fairly simple card. I think I kinda scared them with my pop up giraffe card last month.

Stampin Carol

Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in your sight, O LORD, my strength and my redeemer.  Psalm 19:14

No comments: