Vintage Bicycle Card
Use a paper cutter, instead of scissors, to get an even cut line.
Designed by Gloria Stengel, courtesy of Hampton Art
- Embossing Powder - Clear
- Colorbox® Mix'd Media Inx™ by Donna Salazar - Schoolhouse
- Colorbox® Archival Dye Ink - Wicked Black
- Stamps - Vintage Bicycle and World Travel Words
- Cuttlebug® Embossing Folders - Diamonds in the Rough
- Cuttlebug® Machine
- Cardstock - Cream, Black and Red
- Embellishments - Mini Brads
- Tools - Spellbinders™ Nestabilities (Standard Circles, Large and Small)
- Fiskars® Anywhere Hole Punch
- Paper Trimmer
- Ink Applicator Foam (or Sponge)
- Heat Tool
- Tape Runner
- Foam Tape
Make a black, top fold card 5 ½"x4 ¼".
Trim red cardstock 5 ½"x4 ¼" and emboss with the Diamonds in the Rough embossing folder. Then trim cardstock to 5-3/8"x4-1/8". Attach to card front.
Stamp the text from the Vintage Bicycle stamp set onto Cream cardstock with dye ink.
Use an ink applicator tool to add Venetian Lace and Dark Cashmere dye ink over the stamped image. Allow ink to dry.
Stamp the bicycle from the Vintage Bicycle stamp set over the text with Schoolhouse pigment ink. Emboss with clear embossing powder.
Trim image into a circle shape. Mat with black cardstock. Set aside.
Stamp the World Travel Words stamp onto Cream cardstock with Schoolhouse pigment ink. Emboss with clear embossing powder.
Use an ink applicator tool to add Venetian Lace antiquing ink over the stamped image. Allow ink to dry. Wipe ink from the embossed areas with a paper towel.
Trim image and mat with black cardstock. Attach to the center of the card front. Use foam tape to attach the bicycle to the card front as shown.
Stamp one of the hinges onto Cream cardstock with black dye ink. Color hinges with alcohol markers. Cut image in half and attach each to the edges of the card with mini brads.
Add Cream cardstock to the inside of the card.