Hot Rod

Father's Day Hot Rod

Today I am showing off this cool new stamp from Penny Black. I don’t often make cards with cars on them but the detail on this stamp and the flourish on the side of the hot rod won me over. As you can see I didn’t get too adventurous with the layout or even the ink colour. The image below is embossed on four colours of Penny Black mix & match cardstock and the one above is simply Versafine Onyx Black on white cardstock. To add a little colour to the one above I masked a panel and sponged three shades of blue and added a bit of the flourish from the damask pattern background stamp.

Panel Hot Rod

Supplies:

Stamps: Damask Pattern, Hot Rod   (PB)
Inks: Memento Summer Sky, Bahama Blue, Danube Blue & Versafine Onyx Black  (Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Penny Black Mix & Match Papers Olive Grove & Grand Canyon
Also: Black embossing powder

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8 Comments on “Hot Rod”

  1. Gabby says:

    What a unique car stamp! Both cards are terrific. I especially like the F.D. card. :)

  2. Carol L says:

    These are both so cool, but I love that strip of blue on the first with the subtle pattern hidden within! NJ!

  3. sathyakala says:

    Simply loved these cards…Love the way u churn every card…Am being amazed everytime i visit here :)

  4. Jan Castle says:

    It is a cool stamp…just right, as is the treatment you gave for each card!!! The blue one is especially nice…Good job Heather!!!!!!!!

  5. Mary H. says:

    Both cards are fabulous. Love what you did with the diff colored cardstocks. Just got this stamp, and you’ve given me some wonderful inspiration! But then, you always do. TFS

  6. Both of these cards are fabulous! I love the car stamp, its now on my wish list! xx

  7. Lindsey says:

    This stamp is certainly going on my wish list! (When I was a kid, y brother had an old Model A he tinkered with, so it would be perfect for a card for him.) I especially like the classic look of your first card.

  8. Joyce M. says:

    These are great masculine cards. That car is really an amazing stamp.


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