Drunken Stampers Challenge 119 – Grease


Happy Saturday!! I am so excited the weekend is here and it’s Drunken Stampers Saturday for Team Midnight Margaritas! Our movie theme this week is Grease or we could use a classic car or both in our cards.


I have been in a weird mojo space recently. I thought I got my groove back but I think I lost it when I was finishing off this card. It’s been a long week! LOL

I borrowed the Jalopy die from a friend as I had an idea that I wanted to try. I realize that the windows were a little too small for what I wanted to do so I went off in a different direction. Of course, I couldn’t resist getting inky and sprayed the background first. Then I worked on the Jalopy. After die cutting some black card stock, I grabbed one of my favourite stencils, placed it over top and used the Emboss It Dabber by Ranger (I knew I would put it to good use one of these days! lol). I sprinkled UTEE overtop and heat set. Then I took Brushed Pewter Distress Stain and filled in the areas that didn’t have the UTEE on it. To remove any stain from the embossed areas, I just took a moist paper towel and rubbed it away.

The houses in the background were stamped with Forest Moss Distress paint and stamp I had made from a Tim Holtz Die. And the sentiment is from Dyan Reaveley of course 😉


Please drop by the Drunken Stamper’s Blog to see the fabulous work from the Midnight Margaritas and our March guest designer, Ro!

Thank you so much for dropping by today! Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day!


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5 thoughts on “Drunken Stampers Challenge 119 – Grease

  1. WOW – what a gorgeous card!! If only I could find an ounce of the mojo you say you have lost….(which I don’t believe by the way…look at that card!! It’s awesome-sauce!!)

  2. Hi Spike,
    I love what you did with the Jalopy, the whole card is neat. Don’t think you have lost your mojo gal. The card is awesome as usual.

  3. Oh em gee. It’s YOUR fault I keep getting messy, Spike! Swear. So far I keep creating pretty recycling but practice will continue. I love how fun & funky this turned out!

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