Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Snowing again and WOYWW# 198

     
 Snowing again!
Other than a little snow in March the good news is it is time to see what's happening on desk tops across the world!  You can continue the fun by going over to the UK and  Julia's blog here:

Today on my desk is a swap finish for Oriental Stamp Arts ( http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OrientalStampArt)    This was for  the Horse Mingle:


I used a magenta stamp for this image, heat embossed with black ink and black powder on a 90# parchment card stock.  I then painted it with H2o's.  The turquoise is a bold brush recollections marker that I also used to turn the background white of the ribbon into  turquoise. I layered the card on black then gold.   The card base is a 90# faux leather black card stock.



The card image is about 4.75x 5.75 I cut the base to be 10x6 and brought the two long edges together to form a pocket. I used a round punch to make "tabs"  I'll show you a more obvious color:

 

 
 
 To close the "seam"  I used a lot of ATG tap on the ribbon and put it over the meeting edges, ran it around to the other side.  This also keeps the interior card from falling out.
 
 
I used another piece of the parchment for the interior card and attached a piece of ribbon to pull it out. 
 
 
The last step was to affix the image stamp over the top.  This pocket card was easy and it was  fun to make.  Something a little different with out taking an hour to do!
 
Lastly on my work desk is a new addition!  I found another ink pad holder at the goodwill store!  This one (the one on the top) was in new condition, it has the napa valley brand mark on it's side and was only 5.00!!!
 
 

These sell for around 50.00 on the Internet!  It holds 105 ink pads!  If I change my stamp room colors (I've got the itch to do it lately) I can spray paint these easily!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the WOYWW blog hop!

10 comments:

  1. Hullo there Ginny,
    A great creative space today, and wow love that horse image and card superb thanks for tip on using the punch as a space maker for pulling out tabbed card well done!!
    Thanks so much for popping over and for sharing ~ happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz.x #no number yet

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  2. Oh wow.. what fab blog!

    As I could see you are an Art Journaler too!
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  3. this pocket card is beautiful the image is amazing, I have just bought a stamp by this company and it is lovely.
    I love how you have made this as a pocket card a really great card.
    Just look at all your ink pads and storage units can I come and play in your craft room
    Wishing you a Happy WOYWW
    Ria

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  4. Your pocket card is amazing but most of all that stamp pad storer that you managed to find at a brilliant price is awesome, lucky you.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza 24

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  5. great find on the casette holder, I have a napa vally one too but it is inb the kids area now as I have come up with yet a different way to store mine:) Happy WOYWW! Lindsay #95

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  6. Your ink pad collection is amazing! Sue #126

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  7. Hi Ginny, I have a foam board rack hubby made me for my SU! pads and a chest of 3 drawers, one for pigment inks (rarely use), one for specailty inks, and one for random dye inks and rainbow pads. I did a major weed out of the pads I never use and gave them to the kids with the casette holder:)

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  8. Hi Ginny, love your card - so much movement in the horse image and I like the pocket idea too. Your ink pad storage is amazing - and such a bargain :) Hope you are having a happy WOYWW, Elizabeth x #55

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  9. Wow! look at that amazing inkpad storage! And such a bargain!!

    Happy WOYWW!

    StampinBoots x #144

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