Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Christmas Train


Ingredients:


Paper: SU Purely Pomgranate & Old Olive, Papertrey White


Stamps: SU Circus Train / Loads of Love Accessories / Punch Pals; Whipper Snapper's Santa & Merry Christmas


Ink: Pallette Black, Colorbox Cats Eye Edge Shading


Accessories: SU Ribbon; SU Punches - Small Star, Slit, Horizontal Slot, Corner Ticket; Copics; Spica Glitter Pens; Scorpal


Well, it's final -- POLAR EXPRESS is my new favorite holiday movie (so far this year, I've seen it twice)! Last night while it was on, I was inspired to do a train card, but what to do about a train image? And then it came to me -- "I've got the Circus Train set from SU!!" I turned on the TV in the craft room to my favorite movie, got down the train stamp set and started in. First of all I had all those circus animals that were on board the train to deal with (they just did not go with the Christmas theme). I stamped the images and sprayed stamp cleaner on a Q-tip and wiped off the ink for the tiger, giraffs, and moneys. Then I stamped the images on the white card stock leaving spaces in between the cars for the mountain/valley folds (as described in http://notimetostamp.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/ (Sharon Johnson's post about her accordian card) and my daughter Susan's blog (http://www.susiestampsalot.blogspot.com/) . Then I got down the various other images from SU and Whipper Snapper and put them aboard the train via masking and colored them, too. I decorated the panels with stars that were punched out with the SU punch. I mounted the last panel onto the front of the card with heavy duty double sided tape.


Thank you for visiting my site and hope you'll come back soon ..... I should be posting again soon as I have been neglecting it for a while.


Hugs to all .............. Linda

5 comments:

Susan (susiestampalot) said...

this is AWESOME!! i love love love it!! i want to see it in person!

Sheila said...

I LOVE this card! Totally fabulous! Great job!

Lisa said...

That is really cute! I love the snowman. Lots of coloring! Great job!

Sara said...

OMGoodness...ADORABLE!!!!

And the photogtaph looks GREAT MOM!!!! HOORAY!

Debbie Bernhisel said...

You don't know me, but I frequent your blog and I love your train card! It is darling! Keep up the good work!