Monday, July 23, 2012

Old Truck

Today I am sharing a card created with the Darkroom Door Old Truck Photo Stamp - these are amazing and so wonderful to colour.

I am needing to make quite a few Father's Day cards for the Shop that sells my cards - they like to have them well in advance - so the rush is on!

I stamped the image using Tsukineko Versafine - Onyx Black and coloured it using the ink that had soaked my daubers - how easy is that!  I know I should wash them often, but hey - 'if it ain't broke - don't fix it!' LOL!


I added a couple of strips of scrap paper lying around - one of them being torn corrugated card


A Father's Day sentiment and some brads finish off this card - nice and easy!!

This card is for the following challenges:
Great Impressions - "Show us your best stay in the lines coloring"
The Perfect Sentiment - anything goes
Waste Not Wednesday - always "use your forgotten stuff" (corrugated card)
Little Red Wagon - use scrappy packaging (corrugated card)

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  1. way to re-use ..thanks for playing with us at LRW

  2. Gorgeous card Linda, I love the image and the colours youve used.... Thanks for joining in with us at Fatpages and Cards with Attitude, alsp ATCs and cards with Attitude x

  3. Ohh, that's fab!! Your colouring is just amazing <3
    Thanks for joining us over on ATCs & Fat Pages With Attitude.
    Hugs Alison x x

  4. Nice one as ever, Linda - love the crayon resist you have used here.

  5. brilliant card thanks for joiing us at fat pages and cards with attitude and good luck emma xx

  6. This is awesome Linda! There is something about antique car images that I always love-especially done up in red! Thanks for sharing with us on the Great Impressions blog! ♥ Sue Kment


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