Thursday, April 30, 2009

MAGIC STAMP (PoW) - Project 3

Hi everyone,

SSsssssssshhhhhh....don't tell DH but I have been raiding his tool box today in preparation for today's card.

I have impressed some nuts and bolts (borrowed from DH) into the Magic stamp and inked it in Ancient Page Palm Leaf Ink (72089) onto white card, matted onto Raven Bazzill (4224) added some Silver Brads (4602), then matted image onto Oatmeal base Card (9785). Spanner was made with Script SB Paper (4748) from Kaszazz Flourish Range and using the Circle Punches. Stamps used were Min Messages (006KK) and Stitched Borders Set (4117KM). I made the base card to resemble a tradesman's toolbelt.

I have created a workshop using punches with a simular design to this one.. hoping it gets accepted.
I also forgot to add that I used the small Daisy Punch and cut the centre points to create the star shape.

P.S. Nuts and Bolts have been returned to DH's tool box



  1. Oh I like I like!! Why oh why can't my hubby be handy so there are tools and bits for me to play with in the garage for my magic stamp!!

  2. Oh this is so gorgeous... I want one!! A DH that is handy and a card like that...

    ok now you have me thinking about today's project.. keep an eye out!

  3. Thanks Lauren and Sharynne.
    Can't wait to see what you both make today... I should go start doing mine before I run out of hours in the day..I also have 3 birthday cards and 2 mothers day cards to make.
    DH is wonderful..I got brekkie in bed this morning and its not even my birthday.
    I added an extra note on my post to say how the star was made .. I used the daisy punch

  4. Love it, always need ideas for Masculine Cards. Can't wait to see the Workshop!! Great Job!!

  5. What a great idea and a great effect..Very creative..Love it.

  6. Wow, what a wonderful effect and card, I love the spanner

  7. Fabulous work as per usual on this blog!

  8. Thanks ladies..great to know my work is appreciated, and gives you inspiration.

    Happy Stamping


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