Feeling Sentimental in real life!

Guys, remember all the cards we made during SAB with the stamp set that had this one in it? 

Well here in Australia, they are all over… too funny to see.

Phone booth Kuranda 2673

Here are directions for a creating card featuring this really cool phone booth!

Phone booth 006 (9)

This card is using Feeling Sentimental Stamp Set.  I just love this whole stamp set.

This is a very masculine card that is very quick to put together.  We used the square lattice background on the step down.  We used just a little bit of the First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper.  Then we used the Feeling Sentimental stamp set.

On Very Vanilla Card Stock, we used Early Espresso Ink to stamp the phone booth.  For some of you that don't recognize this, that's where Superman went in to change in!  No, not really.  He used the more modern version. These are old English (or Australian!) phone booths.  I know we have cell phone now days and don't need phone booths anymore which is kinda sad.

Then I took each piece of the papers and used the new Stampin'Up! distressing tool to distress all the edges.  I ran the tool all around the edges to make them appear worn and old fashioned.  Then I sponged, using Early Espresso Ink, every single piece paper other than the card base.  So, first you distress then you sponge then edges.  I also sponged the top of the very vanilla pieces of paper to darken them slightly.

Then I put the card together.  First you put the piece of Crumb Cake that you ran through the Big Shot.  Then put the Very Vanilla piece and the DSP onto the mat of Early Espresso Card Stock.  Adhere the DSP to the Crumb Cake using green glue on the left hand side of the card.

Then attach the phone booth using a little green glue along the left hand side but use three dimensionals along the right hand side.

Could you not find a million uses for this?

  • Hey!  I was thinking of you. 
  • Give me a call.
  • Hey! Happy Birthday. 
  • Get Well
  • This is just a great man card to have around ready to send out.

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