Tuesday, June 6, 2017

SIP102 Masculine Road Trip

Happy Tuesday, peeps!  It's time for another Stamp Ink Paper challenge, and this week, our theme is "masculine"...and we always need masculine cards, right?  Especially with Father's Day coming up!

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I pulled out one of my favorite vintage Artistic Outpost sets, Route 66, to make another monochromatic card...not quite sure why I am gravitating towards them lately!  Anyway, here we go:

I used the As You See It sketch:

and my faVery Vanilla, Soft Suede and Sahara Sand for my colors.  I fussy-cut the motorcycle and popped it up against my square panel, then randomly stamped several of the images from the same set, along with a grid background stamp, for my mat:

I stamped an image from Timeless Textures on the banner, and on the inside, I used a sentiment from a past Paper Pumpkin set and stamped a cactus from the same Artistic Outpost set:

The design team came up with some really cool samples...be sure to check them out at Stamp Ink Paper!

Yesterday morning I came downstairs to hear Cassidy's shower running and music BLARING (pardon the photo of our john!!!):

Ever since she started taking showers, she LOVES to sing in the shower.....it's the funniest thing ever!  Nobody else in the family sings in the shower!  She recently went to a KidzBop concert and we found a CD at the library, so she plays it while she is in the shower!  We had to warn her about touching the electric wire when she was wet....but other than that, she thoroughly enjoyed her music!

Project Details--All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Noted
Stamps Timeless Textures, Route 66 (Artistic Outpost), Grid Background (ret MFT, I think)
Card stock & Papers     Soft Suede, Very Vanilla
 Ink Soft Suede, Sahara Sand
Tools     Big Shot, Layering Squares Framelits, Dimensionals, Sponge Daubers


Kampin' Karen said...

Neat card. What PP kit did that cactus come from? Cassidy is growing up before our very eyes!

I Card Everyone said...

Awesome fussy cutting skills, lady! I like this phase - you know I'm color challenged! Watch out for dripping little girls and electrical connections ... but sing OUT LOUD, Miss C!

Vickie said...

You know I love this Vintage...reminds of one I made with the large car I sent you...Funny about the electricity...my first thought when I saw it with her shower...

Frenchie said...

Awwww, how sweet , never know grandma, you might have a singer in the family , I know what you mean , my granddaughter does the same , I forgot what is having a teen living with us, lol, it gets worse grandma,

Now to that beautiful card of yours, I love it , love the brown , it looks so old school ,
Great job ,
Tfs ,
Hugs to both of you

Jan Clothier said...

Oh my goodness! This is amazing! I do love that vintage look, especially that soft sponge distress around the edges. I thought you must have had DSP, the background is so gorgeous but no - just super stamped! Lovely work, as always. Thanks for joining us again at As You See It.

Dawn Tidd said...

Love your monochromatic cards, LeAnne! It's particularly great for masculine cards. Love your images and DSP together. Cassidy is always up to something, isn't she! I bet she'll be a singer one of these days!

Lisa Elton said...

Move over Easy Rider, awesome card coming through!! Wow is your fussy cutting ever incredible on this LeAnne!! Too cute that she's singing in the shower and felt she had to have the music close by!!

Karen Dunbrook said...

awesome card, love the monochromatic look...really great impact with the motorcycle coming out of the center square...
xx Karen

Heather Cooper said...

Route 66 Road Trip! I love the ambiance of this, LeAnne! The sepia vintage look, the motor cycle that looks like it's raring to go! The map in the background! I know quite a few guys who would LOVE to receive this card! Thanks for joining us at As You See It Challenges!

Linda Callahan said...

Ahhh Route 66! Love everything about this card.....but glad I won't be touring the country on the back of a motorcycle!

Tara said...

LOVE your motorcycle card! Thank you for playing along with AYSI!

Amy Jasper said...

That motorbike looks like it's about to leap off the page! Great card. You nailed it! Thanks for sharing it with us at the As You See It Challenge.