Monday, February 23, 2009

Relax and Enjoy the great outdoors

For this card I combined Saturdays Inspiration challenge IC168 and Mondays Technique challenge TLC209 - rubber band stamping.
Here is the toy from "Flutter" that inspired my card.
I stamped the rubber bands with versamark and then embossed with detail silver onto white card stock. Randomly sponged on really rust and creamy caramel, this made my background dp. My stamp is from Stampabilities called Snoopy's Chopper #IR1021. I stamped Snoopy using stazon timber brown ink onto watercolour paper. Coloured image with sharpie markers and Stampin Up markers. Snoopy was stamped again on white paper and pieced onto original image. I Tied the scarf on Snoopy's neck. The red rock mountain and clouds in the background and the dirt in the foreground are from Hanna Stamps - Route 66 set. Water coloured the background. Sponged edges with really rust. Matted with black and really rust. The black center strip was run through the cuttlebug with distressed lines folder. Tied on the silver concho - this was given to me from my Mother-in-Law (Sharron Rose), I just received the sentiment in the mail on Friday (along with many, many House Mouse images, eyelets and ribbon --- from America - thanks so very, very much). Main image is up on pop dots... ribbon was heat curled.

Happy Stamping,


  1. You thought of every cool detail!!! This card looks incredible!!! I especially like what you did with the rubber bands...the effect looks like Snoopy was screeching tires on the pavement:o) Too awesome!!! AND, the scarf is adorable too!!! WOW!!! I love this:o) A LOT!!!


  2. What a cool card!! This totally make me think of home - DH and I loved to ride our bikes thru the mountains of AZ! Love Snoopy's little ribbon scarf blowin in the wind!!

  3. What a wonderful SNOOPY scene Pat! Every little detaisl here totally rocks!!! This Stampabilities Peanuts stamp has got to be one of my favorite stamps. How cool is he?? And you are sooo very welcome for the goodies! :) Im happy to see you are using them! :)