Today I'm sharing the last two cards I created around the ticket embellishments I shared in this post.
This is such a fun style to create with all the stamping and layering. There's really not a right and wrong way to do it, I just picked stamps/embellishments in a general theme and color scheme.
Here are the layers I used on this first card:
- I inked up Stripes (Stampabilities) with Fired Brick Distress Paint (Ranger) and stamped it on a piece of Kraft card stock
- Next, I embossed my card stock with the Gears embossing folder (The Paper Studio)
- I Inked all the edges with sponge daubers in Walnut Stain Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- I stamped a corner stamp from The Journey (Tim Holtz) and numbers from Special Delivery (Tim Holtz) in Tuxedo Black Ink (Tsukineko)
- The truck and arrows are from The Journey (Tim Holtz), the tire tracks and route 66 sign are from Here and There (Tim Holtz)
- they are stamped in Faded Jeans, Fired Brick, Frayed Burlap, Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- the truck is popped up with mounting tape
- I added some burlap string to the left side and layered my ticket and some gears over top
For the layers on the last card are:
- cream card stock inked along the edges with Frayed Burlap Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- the edges are aged by distressing them
- a ship and sentiment from Here and There (Tim Holtz) stamped in Tuxedo Black Ink (Tsukineko)
- a map from Air Travel (Tim Holtz) stamped in Faded Jeans Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- the sentiment in the bottom corner is stamped there times in Wild Honey, Peeled Paint, and Walnut Stain Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- the ticket has a piece of black burlap string and it's popped up with mounting tape
Have you ever created collage style cards? If so I'd love to see them! Stop by the CURRENT LINK PARTY and showoff any project that include a few products from the companies Cropstop carries in the store!