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July 16, 2012

Multi Step Classic Old Truck with Video

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday!  I'm just lovin' the new Multi Step Classic Old Truck, when  you have a house full of men, it's wonderful to have another masculine set to design with!  I thought about adding some Brown to the Blue when layering my images to resemble rusty spots on the old truck, but that will have to wait for the next inking!

The Multi Step Classic Old Truck was stamped in shades of Blue on Vanilla card stock, then I sponged the whole panel with Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink and added some score marks with the Scor-Bug.  All pattern paper is from Authentique.

Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Classic Old Truck
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Brocade Blue, Ballet Blue, Night of Navy
Card Stock - Navy, Kraft
Other - Scor-Bug, Authentique Pattern Paper

Color Recipe:
#2A Going Grey, #1A Going Grey stamp off, # 2B Ballet Blue, #1B Brocade Blue #3B Night of Navy, #4B Night of Navy, #3A Black Archival

Challenge Entered - Simon Says Stamp and Show Anything Goes

Video for the Visual Stamper - please note is no "D" images, it was late when I recorded the video so it was easier just to add the caption to the two images

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Have a great week!

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Marjie Kemper said...

Talk about layers.... wow! Love how you built this up. The colors on the truck are just stunning.

Basement Stamper said...

I agree, this is a fabulous masculine set and love the colors.

Netty said...

wow loving the layers and its a fab card, x

May said...

this is lovely - thanks so much for joining us this week at Simon Says Stamp and Show!

Suzanne C said...

I thought I already left a comment on this. The image is fabulous and the colors you used are perfect! Would have loved the touch of rust. Next time!

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