Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Drivin in My Car

This was a fun "tag" to do. I used the fantastic new THoltz alterations, Jalopy die cut to cut both chipboard & DT kit paper. I used his masks for the word car & than colored using distress stains. If you haven't tried these - they are very fun & versatile. After drying add some stamping with multiple images in ink & acrylic paint. I stamped the vintage gentleman & cut them out placing them in the windows-note the driver is the skeleton (this cracks me up every time). Next I stamped the "ticket to ride"- get it? It was distressed & attached with the memo pin. The metal sprockets were stamped with stazon & attached with brads. The floral metal is painted with acrylic dabbers & bent to look more dimensional. Finally I outlined the word car as it was a tad washed out. I plan to use this on a scrapbook page. Enjoy!
Supplies:
Tim Holtz Alterations die by Sizzix
THoltz Stamps by Stampers Anon.
Distress Stains & dabbers by Ranger
Metal & mask by Advantus
Acrylic paint by DecoArt


3 comments:

susie said...

Love this lovely old jalopy with Mr. Bones behind the wheel! Great idea to mix Tim Holtz Grunge with a wicked sense of humor...you go girl!

Karen Bearse said...

Wow thanks for the great comment!

Erwin Calverley said...

Wow, that fun 'tag' you made clearly showcases your creativity. I love the distressed look you incorporated in it. Placing photographs of people inside the 'mini-car' was a nice touch. Continue with the crafting. The important thing is to enjoy what you are doing. :)