My sweet friend Mary Anne and I went to a scrapbook convention last week where I bought this Rubbernecker tractor image and the Balzer designs mini dots stencil used for the background. I sponged through the stencil on kraft cardstock with 3 different Ranger inks, and then cut it into a tag. The image was colored with Tombow markers, adding details with a fine line black marker. You can't see it too well, but I stamped some dried grass on the bottom before adding the sentiment. (click photo to enlarge) I found some gears and a photo turn and attached them all with brads, adding my last piece of burlap and a snippet of checkered ribbon. The background was embossed with a clockworks ef by CB. Sentiment stamps are by Clear Art Stamps.
I'm entering this card into the Tuesday Throwdown #191 which is vintage/shabby chic, adding ribbon or fiber.
Here's the same stamp, used on a simple one-layer card - which I rarely ever make! I went from one extreme to another between these two cards! LOL I colored this with Tombow markers, and made the grass with a stamp from "stamps by Judith" (also bought at the convention). I sponged in some sky with tumbled glass ink, and added a little SNSS bird flying in the sky. I added a birthday sentiment and this will go into my next OWH box, as i'm sure there are lots of farmers who will enjoy getting a card like this!
I'm entering this card into the Cardz4Guyz #14 the sky's the limit challenge.
Thanks for checking in to have a look today and I wish you all a wonderful Wednesday!