This card has been in the planning part of my brain since the spring catalog came out. I waited to get the set because I thought it would be one more for me than anything else. I just might turn out to be wrong on that one, but we will see. I made this one for my oldest daughter, Denali. Some of my pet names for her are Nali, Bug, and the coziest is My Nali Bug. That is just what this card is, My Nali Bug. I shared it with her before this blog went live and she was so cute about it. How fun is that!
I simply stamped the car in the lower portion of my water color paper and got the ink out. I had originally thought to write her name on the car door, but changed to the balloon last minute. I think I could get lost in this stamp. How many creative ways have you seen one of these cars painted in the years they have been driving on the roads? My brain is thinking of ways to make them on this little guy too. So much fun and never enough time.
Simple layering of my two focal colors, and this card was done. I enhanced the layering inside the card to give it a bit more color, but that is really it. I added some wink of stella to the windows and the silver ink areas of the car. I touched up the rims with a white gel pen. It wasn’t perfect, but the surface wasn’t ideal for that pen. The texture of cold press water color paper is my favorite, so there will be some concessions here and there. Good enough.
Have a creative day!