Thursday 5 September 2013

Goodwood Tags

    It was my Dad's Birthday yesterday and this is the card I made for him. The whole thing was inspired by the race car stamp, the other elements all seemed to fall into place.
    When my Dad was younger he used to go to Goodwood race track to watch the motor racing. When I was young I remember the little card tags that he got at those races used to hang up in the family vehicle, they were slightly different shapes and colours but all had a cord to hang by. Race winners used to get a Laurel garland hung around their neck too, so this Sizzix Bigz die came in very handy as it had the garland and the tag on it.
    The stamp is done with Stazon black on to copper sheet metal from Walnut Hollow, the picture in then worked with nylon tools to produce the outlining and the stippling. It's mounted on a layer of black card before being stuck on to a piece of card that has been embossed with a Sizzix folder and inked over in black to give the chequered flag look to it.
    Motor racing has changed a lot since my Dad's era, I can remember quite a few changes too, but we both still enjoy watching it and playing with the Scalextric too!
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Make My Monday - Childhood Memories
Cards For Men - Tag it
Creative Moments - Birthday/Anything goes


  1. Great card, and memories too, thank you for joiningus this week at MMM, Laura DT xx

  2. A great card and a lovely memory too - thanks for sharing this week at MMM - Jacqueline xx

  3. Gorgeous card and image, love those colors and great design. Thank you for joining us at Creative this fortnight. Abbie xx

  4. Brilliant card. Thanks for sharing with us at C4M. Hugs x

  5. A stunning male themed card - thanx for sharing with us at Make My Monday.
    Hugz, Jan (DT) xx

  6. This is lovely, thanks for sharing your lovely work with us at Creative moments

    Ziggy DT

  7. Fab card hope your dad enjoyed it
    Thanks for joining us at cards for men

  8. A fabulous card Rocky and love the crackle effect on the car panel.
    Thanks for joining our Make My Monday challenge.
    Fliss x


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