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November 28, 2013

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melissa hall

Hey! Love your blog... I just found the gift truck stamp at Michaels and am using it this year on my Christmas cards. I loved the colors you used on your truck.. can you tell me which markers and colors you used?

Amy Hurley Purdie

Thanks so much for your lovely comment Melissa! I stamped the image using Ranger Archival black ink(it's water proof) onto watercolor paper. Then I scribbled Distress Ink watercolor pens onto a acrylic block, spritz with water, and picked up the color to paint the truck. I used Faded Jeans, and Broken China for the truck color. For the rust I layered colors using Brushed Sage, Mustard Seed(tiny bit of this color), Rusty Hinge, and Barn Door. To create the rust put a small amount of the sage green and yellow down. Then paint the orange on, and finally spots of the red. Hope this helps!

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I am a self-described "Scrapbook/ stamp/craft Fanatic"! I eat, sleep, and breathe it! I have been in the crafting industry as an artist and designer for the last 21 years and have had the privilege of working with some of the most amazing companies and people in the industry. Currently one of the owners & Illustrators for my own company Sassy & Crafty Stamp Company. I look forward to creating new friends through the sharing of my art, and talents!
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