On 3 July 1938, A4 class locomotive Mallard raced down Stoke Bank at 126mph to set a new steam locomotive world speed record. That record still stands.
This July marks the 75 year anniversary of that record so your challenge is to either incorporate a train into your project or to make it a little easier add a duck for the Mallard.
If you would like to learn a little more about this wonderful train then you can read the Mallard Wiki Page
At the recent scrapbook expo in Arlington Texas I found the most wonderful stamp set that was perfect for this card, even the railway card was the correct company that built this record breaking steam train.
Now I'm definitely not used to this style of card making but I did my best with my limited knowledge and skills.
Sister Act - Anything Goes
Creative Inspirations - Anything Goes
QKR Stampede - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes (5 entries only)
Amusing Challenges - Anything Goes (2 entries only no digi)
Challenges 4 Everyone - Anything Goes (3 entries only)
Hiding In My Craft Room - Freestyle (3 entries only)
Little Claires - Male Theme (3 entries only)
Come and Get It - Masculine
It's All About The Vintage - Distress and Tear
One Stop Craft - Add a Tag
Dare To Be Sassy - Tag
Sweet Stampin - Not Cute
Images - Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz On The Railroad
Paper - Aged and Confused Vagabond by Basic Grey (I think this was one of their very first lines!)
Ink - Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad, Faded Jeans
Metal Embellishments - Provo Craft
Button - Unknown
Ribbon - Unknown
I stamped all the images in the Distress ink, including stamping on the ribbon on the inside message mat.
I inked the edges and also added a little torn border at the bottom
I hope you will drop by The Craft Garden and enjoy the other wonder projects from my teammates.