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Crafty Math Chick writes…

When I first saw Lewis & Trudy’s Wild Ride I instantly paired it with Are We There Yet? and envisioned the little car driving on a road made of saddle stitched ribbon – thinking it looked like a road. When I looked I thought the Maple Lane House would work nicely with these two images as a “We’ve Moved!” card. For something a little different I scored only part of the card base and cut around the top of the roof and treetop with a craft knife so it would stand out from the top of the card. For the grass I simply took two strips of wild wasabi and cut into it with a scissors (grass is a great way to use up green scraps!) and pulled out a few blades with my hands for dimension.

This card is just too cute! I love the way she used ribbon for the road – I never would have thought of that. Great coloring – the little red car just pops off the road. It’s nice too that she carried just a little accent of red on the house as well. Great job!

eat cake graphics stamps used:
6018-P Maple Lane House
8016-E Lewis & Trudy’s Wild Ride
8110-E Are We There Yet?

Supplies:
Paper: Gina K. Luxury Cardstock, Wild Wasabi (Stampin’ Up!)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Other supplies: ribbon, Copic markers, pop its, scissors, craft knife & mat

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Comments

3 Responses to “Are we there yet?”

  1. Christy on June 3rd, 2010 8:00 pm

    This is adorable! Love all the creativity packed into this road scene.

  2. Pam Sparks on June 4th, 2010 7:38 am

    Summer reality!!! lol I had to forward this to our oldest daughter…they are leaving for vacation tomorrow and I’m sure they will hear lots of this! lol Charming card and I love the “out of the card” house!
    Pam Going Postal

  3. Dawn in Victoria, BC on June 27th, 2010 2:28 pm

    Too cute! Love how you created the road and grass!

    *** My apologies to all the design team members for not having left comments on your creations lately. I haven’t been living at home or had access to a computer very often since April, on account of the rental building I live in catching on fire. The good news is that my Eat Cake Graphics stamps and other stamping supplies escaped damage… phew!!! I miss seeing all of your creations on a regular basis and hope to be home and able to visit more often by December. Keep up the GREAT work everyone!!! ***

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