SSS Sketched Flowers and Spellbinders Truck die

Hidy Ho All,

So I have a few new cards to chat about.  The first is made with Simon Says Stamp’s Sketched Flowers.

I stamped the floral cluster onto Neenah Solar White with Momento Tuxedo Back Ink and I colored it with Copic Markers.  I then fussy cut the left side out and adhered it to a white card base to which I adhered a piece of patterned paper from the Paper Studios’ Terrace Blooms 4X6 1/2 ” paper pad.  I stamped the sentiment from the Sketched Flowers set with Versamark Onyx Black ink, cut the words apart, and glued them to the front.  I adhered some gold Recollections sequins and called it done.

 

The next few cards I made were created using Spellbinders October 2018 Large die of the month.  The Fall and Halloween themed cards were done using old Jolee stickers that I wanted to use up.

  

The next cards (below) were made using the smaller dies that came with the truck die.  The only exception are the yellow wheat stalks which were cut from Impression Obssessions Wheat dies.

For my next card I stamped Concord & 9th’s retro petals turnabout stamp once with Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide ink onto a Neenah Desert Storm panel.  I then die cut the truck, florals, greenery, and the for you sentiment and adhered everything together on top of the stamped panel.  I then stamped and colored flowers from SSS sketched flowers onto Neenah ds paper and colored them with my Prismacolor Pencils.  I fussy cut them out and adhered them to the upper right corner.  I die cut Happy Birthday (don’t know what company it’s from) from a piece of white cardstock that I colored with seedless preserves ink.  I glued everything to a Neenah DS card base.

My last two cards also feature the truck die.  I cut the patterned truck and the gent from some of Authentique’s “Durable” 6X6 paper pad.  I also used the tree die and other leaf die cuts to fill in around the truck.  I then cut out the saying from the same paperpad and glued it onto the truck.  For the truck on the right I cut it from a brown scrap paper and assembled it.  I cut tools from Memory Box’s tools dies in silver and black and glued the black portions to the handles of the tools.  I then glued them into the truck.  I die cut the tree ring die, Altenew, from a light green scrap and adhered it to a panel of Neenah ds cardstock that I had stamped with the “Bark” background stamp from Local King Rubber Stamp company with Distress Oxide Shabby Shutters and Forest Moss inks.  I then adhered the truck on top of the tree ring and adhered all to a green panel and then to a Neenah DS card base.

 

I hope you like my cards and if you have any questions please email me!  God bless,

Suzette