Wednesday 24 April 2013

Suzanne Czosek #3 Tag Card ....

"For my final guest design project I made a tag card which was inspired by the bus from the Hot Pick 1205 stamp set".

Apply Ranger Archival Ink (Crimson) onto the bus image.  Ink around the edges of the bus using Versafine Onyx Black, stamp it onto Smoothy White Stamping Card. Cut the stamped image out. 


Next ink up "bus" image following the same process and stamp it onto Smoothy White Cardstock. Stamp map from HotPicks Xtra 01 – Backgrounds over your background using light blue dye ink. 

Repeat until your background is covered. Sponge background using light blue dye ink.  Distress edges using Distressing Tool. 
Stamp Mini 06 using Versafine Onyx Black along right side of the tag.

 Stamp the "Turn Here" image in the top left corner using Versafine Onyx Black. Stamp the Mini 06 image a second time using Versafine Ink as above onto Smoothy White Stamping Cardstock. Color with watercolor pencils and a waterbrush.  Next, cut out "circle" and "boy" image. Pop dot circle and boy image, then attach. Stamp "Turn Here" on white cardstock using black ink as above. Cut out hand and pop dot onto background.

Attach main panel to white cardbase and punch hole in top and attach ribbon and twine.

I have had really enjoyed sharing my art with everyone!  Thanks Leandra!
Happy Inking!

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Leandra Says:  Love this colour combination, and the red really pops. Simple, but high impact. Thanks so much for all your hard work this semester Suzz, its been great to have you on board and getting to know you! You are such a talented stamper, and its been wonderful to see how you prefer to use PaperArtsy products with such versatility.

Gillian Says: Great layered card Suzz, perfect for the men in your life. Thank you so much for all your wonderful projects throughout semester one, it's been a pleasure having you onboard.


Helen said...

Thanks for some great ideas, Suzz - and this is just perfect for those hard to make for men!!

PaperArtsy said...

Thanks Suzz, its been lovely having you contribute this past semester!

Leandra xx

Julie Lee said...

Thanks for a really inspirational week!

Lin said...

love this card suzz thank you for sharing!!

Words and Pictures said...

Love this! The double-stamped bus is fab, and the clock as the front grille is a great touch!
Alison x

Alison said...

Your card has a great sense of movement about it Suzz! It's fabulous...I love that bus!
Thanks for all your inspiration.
Alison xx

Carol Q said...

love the idea of the double stamped bus Suzz and the extra touches of the pointing hand the clock face. fab!

Anonymous said...

Fabulous card Suzz! Love the way you've used two inks on the bus. Sue C x

Craftyfield said...

Love the dual coloured bus. This has been a great week of inspiration.

Linda M. Cain said...

Great job, Suzz!

Redanne said...

A really fabulous card, love the way you raised the bus and also love the boy's balloon. Very clever.... and very effective.

Trish said...

It's fab! I love the "row" of busses, very clever, and of course the colour and texture are amazing. Thank you so much for all your inspiration.

Minxy said...

I don't remember ever seeing this set, thanks for bringing it to my attention, it's now on my ever growing need list. Love what you've done with it btw xo