Friday, September 16, 2016

One Wild Ride - Mission Contest from June card 2

Card #1 is here. 
I did post that before my foot started giving me too many problems.

 
Using Versamark and the splatter image stamp, I created a pattern on one side of the cardstock.
I folded the corner down, covered that with Versamark to have a different tone. 
The center panel is the splatter image and the tire tread from the set.


Inside

Stamp Sets
141724 One Wild Ride

Stamp Pads/markers
140931 Archival Black Stamp pad
102283 Versamark

Cardstock Measurements
121045 Black
5.5 x 8.5 base
2.25 x 3.5 behind motorcycle
1.75 x 4 behind panel

131199 Crushed Curry
4 x 5.25 layer
Crushed Curry scrap for inside banner

100730 Whisper White
3.5 x 4 liner
Whisper White 2 x 3.25 motorcycle
Whisper White 1.5 x 4 panel    
Whisper White scrap for Rt 66

Accessories
110750 Multi Purpose Liquid Glue
141679 Soft Subtle Enamel Dots Color purple or green stars with black sharpie marker
Black Sharpie marker
119873 ¾ Circle Punch

1. Stamp all over Crushed Curry using Versamark and splatter stamp to create BG.
Fold over corner of CS. Cover this folded side totally with Versamark to make it darker. Let dry.                Glue down with Multi Purpose Liquid Glue. Attach star embellishment on flap.
2. Stamp tire track twice on length of panel piece. Overlap slightly at one end (this should end up behind motorcycle layer) to keep stamped line straight.
3. Stamp rest of panel with splatter stamp. Stamp greeting on scrap of Crushed Curry cut out by hand.              4.  Assemble card.

Feel free to use these, or any of my cards, for workshops or classes. 
They are all set to go after all!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fun card though I really don't have anyone who rides a motorcycle that needs a card. I like the crushed curry with it! Our internet has been down all week. What a problem that has been. But we are back up and running and have free service this month and next. Well, back to deleting a bunch of the back log. I received my Paper Pumpkin kit today and it is really fun. I wonder how they will have alternatives for that one! The video that shows you how to make this kit isn't even up yet!

Chris R. from Iowa

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