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I enjoy many forms of crafting, from paper crafting to sewing. I make custom greeting cards for family and friends. I've made unique custom cards commissioned by friends.

I enjoy sharing my creative passion with others, including children in Sunday School and Bible School, etc.

I am proud to use my creative ideas to support organizations like Operation Write Home by making cards for our HEROES.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

OWH Sketch Challenge #193 - Model T

The card I made today is in honor of my Dad and a car that he owned in the 1940's when he was in high school. It was a 1922 Model T Ford Coupe that he named "Beetle Bomb".  It was a fixer upper when he purchased it for $50. Dad is 82 now and loves to talk about his growing up years. Even better, he is writing stories about some of his memories, which will be so great to pass on to the grand children.

I found this stamp at the Rubber Stamp and Scrapbook Show in Greenville, SC, last month.  It is by Purple Daisy Design in Greencastle, PA. I did not find this stamp on their website, but they also have a brick and mortar store. I've already made one card for Dad with this stamp and he loved it!

I flipped today's sketch clockwise 90 degrees and adjusted the focal image to suit the Model T stamp.

Beetle Bomb
Rubber Stamp:    Purple Daisy Design
Paper:                 K & Company
                           Parchment Cardstock, brown
Faux Brads:        CANDi by CraftWorkCards
Hemp Twine:      Darice
Inks:                   Rich Coca by Memento
                          Tim Holtz Tea Dye Distress Ink by Ranger

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4 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful card with a fabulous story to go with it. I'm thrilled that your father is writing these stories down. I do genealogy for a hobby and would die happy if I came across a book of stories! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  2. Cool card! I like how you flipped the sketch; and what a neat story.

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  3. Hello fellow SC resident :) Saw your lovely card on OWH's blog and had to comment on the lovely papers and fabulous stamp. Great job on this. Hugs and happy crafting! -Kim

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  4. That really is a great stamp and made a perfect masculine card! I love the candi dots!!

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