Extreme Surfboard

By | June 20, 2010

Good Morning Stampers!

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It's a good thing none of the extreme sports stamps are retiring because then I would not know what kind of card to make for my grandsons! They are at that age where finding just the right card to make is really hard – they are teenagers after all!

Today's card showcases the Stamp Set, Extreme Surfboard and it's for my grandson Tanner who will be 15 on his birthday.

Extreme-Surfboard-June-2010 copy

Isn't the background neat?  It reminds me of the sun shinning on the Pacific Ocean back when we lived in California and we used to go sailing. 

The technique to create the background is very simple.  Brayer ink on the Texturzed Plate #4 and feed through the Big Shot.  Easy Peasy.

I've made a video showing this technique:


Thanks for stopping by today.

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Stamp Set:

  • Extreme Surfboard (115173)

Paper:

  • Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
  • Basic Black Card Stock  (102851)
  • Marina Mist Card Stock (119682) (available 1 July 2010)

Ink: 

  • Basic Black Craft Ink (102192)
  • Marina Mist Classic Ink (11968) (available 1 July 2010)

Accessories:

  • Brayer (102395)
  • Heat Tool (100005)
  • Texturzed Plate Kit #4 (114531)
  • Big Shot (113439)

Extreme-Surfboard

8 thoughts on “Extreme Surfboard

  1. Rachel Brumley

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    Joyce

    I clean it with Baby Wipes.

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  2. Carol V

    This is so cool, I can’t wait to try it out…Love your video….Thanks for sharing such a cool technique.

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  3. Rachel Brumley

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    Thanks Lisa!

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  4. Linda Henry

    Thanks for the tutorial. I wondered how they were brayering up the plates. I was surprised the Marina didn’t show up on the black. Really loved the card.
    Thanks again!!

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  5. death race

    I definitely want to try surfing and I really admire those people showing off their surfing skills. It’s very inspiring.Thanks for this post. Keep posting for more.

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