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Wednesday, 15 June 2016

One Wild Ride Motorcycle Masculine Card

Well, no blog yesterday as we had a day long power cut!! This wet weather is playing havoc 
But I was still out in the workshop, making cards, but with no power, there are still not video's lol
So there I sat, workshop door open to get as much daylight as I could and put on my thinking cap for Fathers Day. I am not sure when you celebrate Fathers Day in the US & other countries, but here in the UK, it is the 19 June
I am sure you will have noticed that I have been making a lot of Masculine cards of late, and now you know why,
Today's card was the result of my first play with this super stamp set called
One Wild Ride
It is SO appropriate for My Family, as my Dad, one of my sons, two of my brothers  and my Uncle are all keen Motorcycle enthusiasts
I am sure I my family is representative of so many families out there.


Feel free to CASE any of my creative projects (Copy & Paste Everything)

PRODUCTS USED TODAY

STAMP SET
WOOD MOUNTED ONE WILD RIDE

CARDSTOCK
WHISPER WHITE
BASIC BLACK

NK PADS
ARCHIVAL BASIC BLACK

ACCESSORIES
SILVER THREAD

TOOLS
PAPER SNIPS
BONE FOLDER
STAMPIN TRIMMER

ADHESIVES
FAST FUSE
STAMPIN DIMENTIONALS



Tutorial

  1. Make your Card Base by trimming a piece of A4 Basic Black Cardstock to 30 x 10.5 cms; score long side at 14.9 cms; fold & Burnish
  2. Trim a piece of Whisper White Cardstock to 14.4 X 10.1 cms
  3. Stamp the grungy smoke stamp several times using Black Ink Pad
  4. Stamp the "Leader of the Pack" stamp to the top left of the cardstock in black ink
  5. Stamp the Tire tread stamp vertically on one side of the panel using Black Ink Pad
  6. Stamp the Motorbike onto the panel, using Black Ink Pad
  7. On a scrap of Whisper White Cardstock, stamp the Born to Ride Stamp & the Route 66 stamp using Black Ink Pad
  8. Fussy Cut out the banner and the Route 66 artwork & the Banner using Paper Snips.
  9. Add some coiled Silver Thread behind the Route 66 Stamp and mount as shown using a Stampin Dimensional
  10. Add the Banner using Stampin Dimensionals to pop it up, and mount on the card front.

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