Local King Rubber Stamp Vintage Rambler

Hello! Today I have a card that I created for my Dad. I won this stamp and die set. Lucky me!

I am going to start off saying thanks to Local King Rubber Stamp for this prize. Also I like that they have some interesting and a little bit different types of things and techniques so check them out. Lisa is a great artist and has many videos explaining her products.

There is a two piece die and a stamp in the set. One die cuts out the mirror outline along with the car and mountain and the other die cuts out the shadow/mat.

This is the die cut using the main image die. I cut one of these out of shiny silver and one from glossy white paper (after stamping the image on it). I glued the shiny silver die cut to the shadow/mat piece shown below.

This is the die cut from the shadow/mat die. I cut one of these out of white cardstock and ink blended it for the day time sky/background. The whole image shiny silver die cut was glued to this piece.

I colored the matching stamp with the Local King water based markers and stamped on glossy paper.  Then I cut the car, mountain and mirror outline out of the glossy paper which is really the only way to cut all that out with the one die. I cut the car away from the mirror outline along with the mountain and glued them on top of the shiny silver die.

I hope this makes sense. Sometimes explaining confuses things and someone else may take a different approach. Anyway it is a cool set.

I drew the birds by hand.

The sentiment is die cut and colored to go with the blue on the car.

The black panel is embossed in a folder.

Supplies:

  • Local King Rubber Stamp – Vintage Rambler stamp & die set
  • Local King Rubber Stamp Markers
  • Lifestyle Crafts Embossing Folder
  • Papertrey Ink – Wet Paint Cuts

 

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