I had to have this set immediately when I saw it in the SU catalog.... a year ago. Then I found this perfect paper last fall from Graphic 45. I am just now getting a card made with it. I love this train image. I inked it up with Baja Breeze first then pounced some black ink over that to get the multi colors on my image. I cut it out with my Spellbinder's Labels Small, and added a few doodles around the edge. I lightly airbrushed some Grey around the train while it was still in the Nestie. Then I matted it to the grey and pulled out the needle and stitched some Skinny jute string around the border. I meant it to be random and uneven -- just in case you were thinking my sewing was really really bad!!! I added the kraft paper behind the image as the final layer and roughed up the edges with my scissors, adding to the shabby feel. I am showing off pics of the inside and the envelope as well.... This is the PERFECT way to use the scraps from your card creations. I often will line the envelopes with the remaining DP, but I saw a card from my Step-Mother where she added the edge of DP on the envelope and really liked it. So I copied her idea! Thanks Barb! Finished card is 5 3/4" Square.
- Stamps: Friends Word Block by Hero Arts # c3002, Train Image by SU "Happiness is a Journey" Set
- Ink: Baja Breeze, Black
- Paper: Train DP by Graphic 45 "I think I can" #450037, Baja Breeze, Neenah Environment Ivory, Gray, Kraft
- Other: Photo Corners Punch by SU, Spellbinder's Labels Small, Skinny Natural Jute from Sharon, Buttons by SU