Monday, September 24, 2012

Sweet Stamps- View Master card

This week at the Sweet Stamps Challenge we are making View Master cards. The tutorial from Splitcoaststampers can be found HERE

 I stamped the image Horse Portrait Oval in Ranger Embossing Ink, then in the Brownie Shades Die ink, stamped it on Neenah cardstock then embossed it with Clear Embossing Powder. There is a  horseshoe stamped on the top layer in Sand Castle.  When you turn the 'View Master', you see these images:


Here are the Sweet Stamps products I used on my card:
Image- Horse Portrait Oval HERE
Sentiments-Western Words Trio  HERE
Horseshoe stamp HERE
2 Horse Silhouette HERE
Coordinations cardstock HERE  (Sandy Tans)

Shades Die ink HERE   Sand Castle and Brownie
Spots Embossing Folder HERE
Ranger Distress Inks (for embossing) HERE
Embossing Pal anti-static pad HERE
Clear Fine Detail Embossing Powder HERE
Score Tape HERE

I hope you will join in the challenge!  Every entry qualifies you for a chance to win $20 of items from the store at  Sweet Stamps, and if you use a Sweet Stamps image- you will receive an additional chance to win! Please note- there is a limit of 10 challenges for each entry.The winner is chosen by so everyone has a chance to win!

 Stop by the Sweet Stamps Challenge Blog HERE to see what the rest of the DT has created for the Challenge or click on the links below.

Sweet Stamps Design Team:
*   Bonnie Calypso *
 * Dawn B  *   Jacki   *  Joni 
                                     *  Kendra  *  Linda                                             
                                          Shelly  (you are here)  Tamara 

Cards for Men- Animals
Eureka Stamps- Animals
Corrosive Challenge- Animal Companions
Crafty Calendar Challenge- Brown and Creams
Outlawz- Greeting Challenge

Thanks for stopping by!


Penny said...

Shelly, what a cool card! Love the browns and your image and design! And the View Master part is so different--really makes the card special! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Donnas Den said...

Great Card, Shelly. Thanks for joining us over at Cards for Men and good luck with the challenge.

Donna x

TesaB said...

Ohh, what a super gorgeous card, Shelly! Never seen this sort of card before and it's so totally cool. Love the earth colors and gorgeous stamps!!!

Bon Bob’s Delights said...

Shelly what great stamps you used!! Love the card and the masculine appeal of it! Gorgeous!

Lynn Stevens said...

What a fun view master card Shelly, trying to recall if I've ever made one? I don't think so. Thanks for the inspiration!
hugs Lynn

Karli said...

When I visit you, i can always count on seeing an awesome card & amazing technique. I have wanted to try this technique for a long time but haven't been inspired to try... Until now. Luv, luv your card! Hugs

Anonymous said...

WOW!! What an awesome design!! I love your view master design and the images are so pretty!! :) Great job! HUGS

Stacey Adams, said...

Totally cool card! I love the images and colors you used! Great spot embossed embellishment, I love the horseshoe stamped background on the card and in the window too!

Juliet A said...

And thus, the tiny little stamps justify their existence! You make me want to make a viewmaster card!

Renee said...

Beautiful horse and such a beautiful card!

Pam Sparks said...

This is so cool Shelly! I have a bunch of Western stamps from Printworks I need to use! hmmm.... so creative! love your creation!

NanaConnie said...

Magnificent horse image, Shelly! Even after watching two different tutorials on ViewMaster cards, I'm just not ready to try one. You did a fantastic job on yours!

jonim52 said...

Fabulous card, love what you did with the changing frames.

Sandy Fredrick said...

Love the design of your card. Beautiful layout. Love how you used the horse shoes to stamp the background and the added dotted ribbon shaped layer. Awesome!!

~ Kendra ~ said...

GREAT use of the stamps for the view master!! Beautiful card! Great design!

Unknown said...

Love the elegance of this card!!!! Wow gorgeous !!!! Awesome job!!!!

Karen Howard said...

What a fabulous card!!! LOVE the horse images and warm brown color. Hugs, Karen

Anonymous said...

Wow, such a cute card. My daughter loves horses!! Great job. Hey check out my blog. i have a giveaway going on.