I've been busy recording a couple "Finger Tips" videos. (The topics for these will be: Making Faker Shakers & Tying Knots.) I've also been working on my June Paper Pumpkin projects and hope to record a video on Monday if it works out with the boys cooperating here at home. So LOTS of helpful, idea-sharing videos will be coming your way VERY soon!
For today, I'd like to share two versions of the same train card. This first version is the simple one. I stamped the train from the new Traveler stamp set with Blackberry Bliss ink on Very Vanilla card stock and popped it up off the card with Dimensionals.
I also used the new Dictionary background stamp with Mossy Meadow ink on the Mossy Meadow banner piece. (My card base is made from a piece of 11" x 4-1/4" Crumb Cake card stock that's been folded in half.)
Quick and simple!
In this stepped up version below, I stamped the train image onto a piece of our Watercolor Paper for a more textured look then sponged the edges with Mossy Meadow ink. I also used the sponge on the Crumb Cake banner, the Mossy Meadow background layer (4" x 5-1/4"), and the Crumb Cake piece on the inside of the card.
If you look closely inside the card, I also added just a hint of the Dictionary stamp image to two of the corners on this Crumb Cake layer - the same corners that were sponged.
Doesn't the smoke coming out of the train look great with glitter? Pretty pollution! ;)
Thanks for visiting today!
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Stamp Your Art Out! ~Rachel