Tuesday 21 March 2023

Suite Showcase #6 - Ready to Ride

Happy Spring Everyone,

Welcome to the second Suite Showcase of March and thank you for spending the time to come and have a look at what we have created using Stampin’ Up!s Ready to Ride Suite.  

Joanna (Purrfectly Creative) and I chose this suite as it is male orientated, and this is something out of my comfort zone when it comes to card making.  I am pleased to say that I truly did enjoy playing with this suite and showing ways of using it without actually purchasing the Legendary Ride stamp and dies bundle.

When I looked at the Ready to Ride Designer Series Paper (DSP) I instantly saw so many fussy cutting opportunities. 

As always I got carried away cutting out all pieces that I planned to use on these projects so I have several extra pieces for another time.

To start with, I cut the DSP and put it through the Metal Effect embossing folder to add some extra texture then I started layering all the pieces in place, stamped a greeting using the Happy Labels stamp set and Early Espresso ink and attached them with glue and mini dimensional pads.  

The second card was using the glossy side of the DSP and I added a strip of Pumpkin Pie DSP to add a bit of colour and water coloured some of the cut-outs using ink from the pads and a watercolour brush.  By adding everything on the card with mini dimensional pads and glue it gave a 3D effect.
As I always do a six-inch card I would do something different and as I love scrapbooking I wanted to do a scrapbook page.  However, I decided to do a A5 sized card that was a scrapbook page.  I didn’t have a photo to use at the time of creating it but I have left a two-inch by three inch space for my Canon Zoemini printer photo to be inserted.

Again, thank you so much visit my page and if you pop over to Joanna’s page you will be able to see what she has also created using this suite.  Don’t forget to come back on 7th April to see what we have created using the Rain or Shine suite from Stampin’ Up!

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