Monday, June 19, 2017

One Wild Ride!

I don't personally ride, but I have friends that do or used to ride.  That's why I have this stamp set - for projects to give away to friends! 

One Wild Ride is a Million Dollar Achiever stamp set.  Dawn Griffith achieved $1 Million in career sales with Stampin' Up! a couple years ago.  She, along with other achievers, design a stamp set with a Stampin' Up! artist.  And this is hers!


Dawn and her darling hubby RIDE.  It's one of her passions.  Dawn also shared at an OnStage event - in her house, silver foil is called chrome.  I love it!



Supplies:
  • Stamp SetsOne Wild Ride (W-141721) (C-141724)
  • Card Stock –Early Espresso (119686); Crumb Cake (120953)
  • Stamp Pads – Early Espresso (126974); Crumb Cake (126975)
  • Misc.- Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Stack (144177); 5/8" Burlap Ribbon (141487); Best Badge Punch (140633); Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)


Measurements: 
  • Early Espresso:  5½" x 8½" scored at 4¼"
  • Early Espresso: 2¼" x 4" and scrap for Best Badge Punch
  • Crumb Cake: 4" x 5¼" cut 2.  One is for the inside of the card
  • Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Stack: 2" x 3¾", scrap for sign, and 5¼" x ½" for inside card
  • 5/8" Burlap Ribbon: 6"


Instructions:
  1. Fold large Early Espresso card stock in half
  2. Attach the 1/2" strip of Wood Textures DSP to the lower edge of one piece of Crumb Cake card stock and attach to the inside of the card.
  3. Stamp the "textured" image in Crumb Cake Ink on Crumb Cake card stock.
  4. Wrap Burlap Ribbon around Crumb Cake card stock and attach to the back of card stock with adhesive.  Attach this layered piece to the front panel of the card.
  5. Stamp the motorcycle Early Espresso Ink on the Wood Textures DSP and layer it on the Early Espresso card stock.
  6. Stamp the "sign" with Early Espresso Ink on the Wood Textures DSP and cut around the "sign" very close to the stamped image.
  7. Punch the small piece of Early Espresso cardstock with the Best Badge Punch and layer this behind the "sign".
  8. Attach the motorcycle layers to the card front with snail adhesive.
  9. Attach the sign layers to the card front with Stampin' Dimensionals.



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