Today I'm sharing the last two cards I created around the ticket embellishments I shared in this post.
This is such a fun style to create with all the stamping and layering. There's really not a right and wrong way to do it, I just picked stamps/embellishments in a general theme and color scheme. For step by step instructions in putting these cards together visit today's post on the Cropstop Blog.
Supplies and Tools:
Embossing: Gears Embossing Folder (The Paper Studio)
Inks: Fired Brick Distress Paint (Ranger), Faded Jeans, Frayed Burlap, Fired Brick, Walnut Stain Distress Oxide (Ranger), Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Misc. Sponge Daubers, Burlap String, Mounting Tape
Stamps: The Journey, Here and There, Special Delivery (Tim Holtz), Stripes (Stampabilities)
Supplies and tools:
Inks: Frayed Burlap, Faded Jeans, Walnut Stain, Wild Honey, Peeled Paint Distress Oxide (Ranger), Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Misc. Burlap String, Mounting Tape, Sponge Daubers
Stamps: Here and There, Air Travel (Tim Holtz)
Have you ever created collage style cards? If so I'd love to see them! Stop by the CURRENT LINK PARTY and showoff any project that include a few products from the companies Cropstop carries in the store!
This post linked to:
Simon Says - Anything Goes
Little Red Wagon - Riding Along
Tic Tac Toe - Metallic/Free/Stripes
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
Make My Monday - Embossing (Wet or Dry)
A very interesting way to stamp/make a card. I like it. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon this week.
Great male makes, love the colour hues, a really vintage feel thank you for joining in at MMM.
Love the masculine card ideas. Love the detail and elements of the design. Thank you for joining us this week over at Tic Tac Toe challenge.
Fabulous cards, I love them both. The car has such an interesting and textured background. So pleased you have joined in our challenge at Make My Monday. Thank you, we hope to see you again. Caz DT.
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