May 11, 2017

Vroom....Vroom with One Wild Ride!

Every time I see something with a motorcycle image, I can't help but giggle. Especially the One Wild Ride stamp set. Bill and his wife Melanie are friends of ours. They own a motorcycle. A few years ago, Bill had to have dental work done and had to be sedated. I guess when he awoke from the sedation, one of the first things he did was to make the sounds of a motorcycle.....vroom, vroom, vroom. His son was with him and I guess it was hilarious!


I added a few techniques to today's vroom, vroom project. Can you spy them?




My background was stamped with an embossing folder. Have you ever tried this? All you do is open the Brick Wall Embossing Folder to the bumpy brick side and pounce the Basic Gray Ink Pad over the bumps. Insert the Very Vanilla Cardstock inside, close the folder and rub over it with your hand. Once you open the embossing folder, the brick lines will be stamped onto your cardstock! Neat huh?




The 2nd technique I used on my card is a little bit of watercoloring. I scratched a little bit of color with the black Watercolor Pencils first and then used my Aqua Painter to swirl the color around. I then added a 2nd color which resembled the Rich Razzleberry Cardstock that I used in one of my layers. To complete the watercoloring, I also added brown under the motorcycle tires. I love how this turned out!




The layers for my card are as follows:
  • Card Base: Basic Gray Cardstock 8-1/2" x 5-1/2". Score in the center at 4-1/4".
  • Layer #2: Rich Razzleberry Cardstock 5-1/4" x 3-3/4". Wrap Basic Black Baker's Twine around the bottom twice and tie into a bow. Glue to card base.
  • Layer #3: 5-1/4" x 3". Stamp the background with the Brick Wall Embossing Folder. Stamp the motorcycle image with VersaMark Ink and sprinkle with Black Embossing Powder. Set with Heat Tool. Add the watercoloring as described above. Glue to card front.
  • Sentiments: Stamp the sentiments with Rich Razzleberry Ink and cut into banners. Glue in place with Stampin' Dimensionals.
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4 comments:

  1. Debbie this is such a fun card for a guy.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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    1. Thanks Desire, masculine cards are my favorite to create!

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  2. What a great card! I love the techniques you used on it, especially the cloud of "vroom vroom" behind the motorcycle.

    I had dental surgery and when I woke up a kid in the next bed was whimpering and whimpering. First I leaned over my bed, opened my purse and checked my watch (how did I even know it was there?), then I leaned over the partition wall and said to the kid, "Hey! Shut the F-- up!" Yeah, they hustled me out of there really quick.

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