Sunday, April 17, 2011

Lead Foot

Hi! I hope your weekend is going well. We had snow yesterday (yikes, in mid-April?!).

When I was driving around the rolling hills of Kentucky last week, I thought of one of my favorite cards that I haven't posted.  The card reminds me of speeding down a hill (going way too fast). Anyhoo, here's the card:

The card is supposed to be a travel card. The filmstrip is supposed to look like road, except then the card would be driving over the lane lines (ha ha). I still really like the movement of the card, though.

Have a great day! Thanks for looking!

Here are the details:
Cardstock: Dark Chocolate (PTI)
Patterned Paper: green from the Animal Crackers line (Imaginisce); filmstrip, camera, blue and white, and orange from the Pasta Fagioli line (Jillibean Soup)
Stamps: Chatterbox (Practicing Creativity Designs)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
Sticker: Out & About (We R Memory Keepers)


  1. Stinkin the card Jocelyn...hugs...xoxo

  2. Cute! The camera looks like a speed trap camera that will photo the car as it crosses the yellow line.

  3. Oh my! How fun is this! Love the dimensional camera! Too cute! :)

  4. Oh my! How fun is this! Love the dimensional camera! Too cute! :)

  5. Ok, this is the cutest thing EVER! Love the layout and the bright colours.
    Thanks very much for your sweet comment on blog today!

  6. Jocelyn, this is so fun! I love the little scene you created with the film strip, the car and the camera. I love how you placed the sentiment and used yellow stitching... and, look, there's even a little forest of trees!

  7. How cute is this?! Love that little car speeding down the hill and the yellow stitching around the edges. So fun and colorful!

  8. LOVE it LOVE it LOVE it! the stitching, that camera, the car racing down the hill (reminds me of me!), the film strip street, all so fabulous! :)

  9. This is so fun and I love the different pp! CAUTE!

  10. That dude drives like I do! LOL! Love all the colours and patterns. :)


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