Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Father's Day

This is for my hubby for Father's Day.  He is REALLY  into cars -- of all types.  The stamps, word stamp-die, and flame stencil are all from HoneyBee Stamps. The wood frame die is from Hero Arts.  The stamping is embossed in sliver, and I colored the car with distress inks.  

1) Stamplorations Stencil Challenge - Anything Goes - Can you see the stenciled flames on the side of the car? 
2) Double Trouble Paper Crafting Challenge - This is a new challenge for me.  
Thing 1 (Trouble Maker) -- create a masculine project
 Thing 2 (Double Dare) - Link to "Use Your Stuff" Challenge

 Thing 3 (Twisted Sister) - use at least one round item -- do tires count?

4) NBUS - Never Before Used Schtuff - the stamp and die (from Honeybee) have never been used before

Here is a pretty picture of a recent sunset. Looks like cotton candy.  
Thanks for taking a look.  Until next time.  😷


  1. Yes, I did see the flames on the card and wondered if you had done the artwork on it ... creative and great use of a stencil...CAS and fun card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and Use Your Stuff. Please come back for future challenges to see what Thing 1, 2 and 3 have up their sleeve.

  2. I really enjoy the color scheme you picked and the wood frame dies that you used, really make the card pop! Thank you for playing with us at C4G

  3. Great guy card, Carol! I'm sure your husband will love it! What a great idea to use a stencil for the flame pattern on the side of the car!!! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at Double Trouble... and yes, wheels count!!! -Donna

  4. Great masculine card! So glad you joined us at Double Trouble! Hope you keep joining us!

  5. Great classic card! Love the image! Thanks for playing along with us at USE YOUR STUFF and hope to see you again.

    Tammy DT Co-ordinator

  6. What a perfect guy card, Carol! I imagine you've made a few over the years for your car-loving hubby, but I don't know if any of them could top this! I've always loved this car and the blue flames are so cool, along with the silver embossing, and that great wood-grained frame! Keep well and thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS! Hugs, Darnell (p.s. And thank you for sharing the photo of that stunning sky!)

  7. Great masculine card, Carol! The blue flames and wood-grained frame are fabulous, too. Thank you for playing along at Double Trouble Challenge #58 and thank you for sharing the pink sky photo.