Monday, September 28, 2015

Rustic Car in the Woods

Hi Crafters:
I learned a new technique from Frenchie's video today called Woodland Embossing. I am calling my card - Rustic Car in the Woods.  I see where I need to perfect the technique  a bit - but I am happy with how this turned out - it is art - and now since I created this car behind these tree creation, my head is spinning to try other types of background stamping with embossing folders. Thanks for stopping by and hope you give this a try! Enjoy your day.  ~ Gail ~
For this Technique - visit Frenchi HERE
Recipe
Green cardstock mat
White cardstock for embossing
Darcie Burch Tree Embossing Folder
MFP Car Stamp
Studio G Ink - I could not find my Memento Ink
Powderpuff Chalking Ink for birch tree - first Bloody Mary and then Amaretto
[because I grabbed the wrong ink the first time - you make it work!]
Powderpuff Chalking Ink - Blue Hawaiian for sky background
Powderpuff Chalking Ink - Green with Envy for grass background
MS Markers for coloring
MS Grey Ink for going over the top of car
TH - Sizzix Be Thankful Stamp/Die with the BE word left off - and die cut - scrap of Kraft Cardstock
Snug Hug seam binding turned into crinkle ribbon using TH Tea Dye Distress ink and water - give sit a Ombre look

It will be an honor to share with these challenges:
9/30 Sweet Stamps AG UE 
9/30 Simon Says Tim Holtz Exclusive Stamps UE 
10/4 Scrapy Land - Ch#26 add an image rubber or digital - car - using Sizzix Die UE 
10/4 Simon Says Monday - Ombre - the Ribbon 2 of 5
 Oct 6 - Oct 30 Just Keep on Creating AG

4 comments:

  1. Darling card, Gail! Thanks for sharing your pretty project in the Scrapy Land Challenge! Hope you will join us again! hugs and blessings, de {Creative Smiles}

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  2. How clever to have the image in the background! Beautiful technique and card. Thanks for playing along with us at the Ombre challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

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  3. What a great design, love the car behind, a great card.

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  4. The woofland embosding looks great, always fun learning a new technique. Thanks so much dor sharing your card at Anything goes just keep on creating.

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It is always and honor & blessing to have you stop by - may your day be filled with Joy & Happiness - God Bless you today & Always - ~ Gail ~