Friday, March 28, 2008

Tractor Riley

Howdy and happy Friday!!! Thought I would use another new Riley image today. I just had to get this one. I mean I'm from Texas. Seeing tractors and farmers are a norm around here so I know I will get a ton of use out of this stamp. I also used Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge for my layout! Worked perfectly for what I had in mind. My Riley is stamped on watercolor paper with Palette Noir. I then colored him in with SU markers and an Niji waterbrush. I'm so happy with how my shadowing came out on the wheels. I added some Stickles to the smoke and a little Queen & Co. brad in the corner to finish it off. The entire image is raised with a dimensional. I took the Flannel Plaid background, inked it in Summer Sun and stamped it on Barely Banana. OMGoodness, I LOVE those colors together!!! I new that I wanted to use this little A Muse Wheat stamp with my new Riley. So I inked it in Garden Green and randomly stamped it on Certainly Celery. Doesn't it look like he is plowing in the field? I used the slot punch on the top and bottom of the Celery and ran some Chocolate Taffeta through it. Oh before I go, I wanted to share a recipe with y'all. I made Creamy Pasta Primavera last night for dinner. YUM and it was so easy to put together. The red pepper and asparagus really gave it a nice flavor. I also used whole wheat penne! Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!!!

Stamps: Tractor Riley (Hanna Stamps), Wheat (A Muse), Flannel Plaid, sentiment (Howdy, TAC - retired)
Paper: Garden Green, Certainly Celery, Chocolate Chip, Barely Banana, Ruby Red, watercolor (Wal-mart)
Ink: Summer Sun, Palette Noir, Garden Green, Chocolate Chip
Other: Chocolate Taffeta, dimensionals, slot punch, Queen & Co. brad, Stardust Stickles, SU markers, Niji waterbrush
Markers Used: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Creamy Caramel, Summer Sun, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery, Garden Green, Going Grey, Basic Black, Ruby Red, More Mustard

5 comments:

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Very very sweet Kim...that little stamp goes perfectly with the Amuse wheat one! Good choice!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kim, What a great card! I love the colors and patterns you used. That Riley sure is cute. I may have to get him! I'm expecting my first order from A Muse any day now and I can't wait. Have a great weekend and thanks for sharing! The "other Kim" in California :o)

Melissa said...

This is a great card, Kim. I like how you paired the Riley and Amuse stamps.

beate said...

Kim,
Your card is adorable!
Hugs and smiles

Danni said...

Wow! Love all your Riley images!! This one is so cute with the little wheat on it!
And I had to giggle, I did have to keep "petting" my card yesterday with the fun flock. LOL!