Thursday 22 January 2015

Travel The World

Today I am using the Vintage Car image from Katzelkraft to create a travel themed card.
I used Brusho Colour Sandstone to create the background on my card, spritzing the card first and then adding a few sprinkles of the colour and then spritzing once again and then allowing to dry.
I cut a piece of white card 3.5" x 3.5" and once again spritzed with water and then applied Brusho Colour. Once completely dry I then stamped the Vintage Car with black Archival Ink, adding a remnant rub for added interest in the bottom corner.
I cut four 1.5" x 1.5" squares from white card coloured with Rusty Hinge Distress Ink to pick up the orange from the Brusho Colour and then stamped part of the Vintage Car image onto each square. I also added VINTAGE using label letters.
Brusho Colour has been added to embossing paste and then I applied it over the numbered layering stencil and added touches of wax to highlight the texture.
A couple more remnant rubs and my design is complete.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Tracy x x

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Annie said...

Fabulous background Tracy, must try and find time to play with brusho's :-) did you use watercolour paper or normal card with the brusho's ?
Your vintage car looks amazing and will make a fantastic male card for a very special occasion.

TFS and crafty hugs Annie x

Astrid Maclean said...

Fabulous card Tracey, love how you have used part of the stamp to add layers and super background too!

Denise Fletcher said...

As usual Tracy, its lovely work xxx

Redanne said...

The images are wonderful, especially the larger car! I love your Brusho background too and your wonderful layering! Hugs, Anne xx

Pamellia said...

Wonderful Tracy! Love that vintage car and how you layered the different tiles of the car parts! Fabulous masculine make! hugs :)

Brenda Brown said...

I love the inky background and wonderful vintage images over it.
Have a great weekend.
hugs Brenda xx

Words and Pictures said...

I absolutely loved this over at Katzelkraft - the snippet-stamped panels, the fabulous stamp and the background so full of movement and speed and excitement - brilliant!
Alison xx