Close To My Heart, CTMH, Diamond Plate, Distress Oxide Ink, Nuvo Pearl Drops, Peacock Feathers, Riveted Metal, Scrap The Boys, Simon Says Stamp!, Stampers Anonymous, Tim Holtz
Howdy Doo! Today on the Scrap The Boys Card Challenge the challenge was to use Black & White and one more color, I chose turquoise, plus this month’s sketch, which can be found Here, so head on over and link up your creation!
I have always LOVED black and turquoise together, I had this vision of a vintage car, and since turquoise is a very vintage car color, I thought it would work well for this project. The card is for my dad’s birthday and I know he will love the Route 66 reference as well as the cars.
The stamp set is Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Road Trip, I stamped the vintage car three times in Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink onto turquoise cardstock. I die cut a large circle with the turquoise cardstock and embossed it with Tim Holtz Riveted Metal embossing folder. I die cut a slightly smaller black circle and embossed that one with the Tim Holtz Diamond Plate embossing folder. I layered them onto the black card base, added the strip with the cars on top. I stamped the Route 66 road sign and the sentiment “The Journey Is The Destination” in black onto white cardstock, heat embossed them and cut them out. I popped both of them up using foam tape. For the final touch on the outside I added Nuvo white enamel drops to a few spots.
The inside of the card was stamped using a combo of Simon Says Stamp and Close To My Heart stamps, I used the Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink on white cardstock and layered it onto a mat of turquoise.
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