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The Orient Express!

It has always been a dream of mine to take a ride on the infamous Orient Express... do you have any wild dreams like mine???
 

 


Supplies:
Mailbox Muse Orient Express stamp set
Echo Art Board - 1 inch
Gelatos - Iced Chai, Earl Grey, Red Cherry, Peach Peach, Silver Ice, Pistachio, Butterscotch and Black Cherry
Waterbrush
VersaColor Black 
Embossing Powder Midnight Black
Authentique Summer 6x6 Pad 
Ribbon -14 inches
Gel Pen ~Gold
Double sided tape
Tacky Glue

Use four 1 inch Echo Art Boards adhere to ribbon with Double sided tapeThe center are sides are butted, to outer ones are spaced to allow them to fold.  (see a view from the top image below)
A view of what the back looks like when the ribbon is added.
 
A view from the top to show how it will fold once the project is finished. 
With VersaColor Black ink stamp Mailbox Muse Orient Express images on the Echo Art Board, then heat emboss with Midnight Black Embossing Powder 
With a Waterbrush paint the images with Gelatos - Iced Chai, Earl Grey, Red Cherry, Peach Peach, Silver Ice, Pistachio, Butterscotch and Black Cherry!  Use the Gel Pen ~Gold to draw a border around the edge of the images.

Stamp  "Art on the ORIENT EXPRESS" from the  Mailbox Muse Orient Express stamp set on Authentique Summer 6x6 Pad pattern paper.  Cut the words apart and adhere with Tacky Glue on the back side.  




Fold up Echo Art Boards then Wrap the ribbon around to tie into a small cube!

 
Check out all of the Mailbox Muse Stamps available here!!!
 
 

Comments

  1. Very nicely done! Love trains! Love orient express!

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  2. Very nicely done! Love trains! Love orient express!

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  3. This is a fun stamp set. And I love the inchies made from ecoboard!

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  4. Such a fun project Lyneen, love it! xx

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