Harley Davidson Name Frame

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Harley Davidson Name Frame for my cousin, Amy for her birthday!! Her name is Amy Jo, so look closely and you will see "Jo" spelled out in the small paper clips attached to the letter "Y"! The clips were purchased at JoAnn's Fabrics and Crafts. All of the Harley Davidson products were purchased at Michael's Arts and Crafts. The stamped images are from the (retired) stamp set "Born To Ride" by Stampin' Up! AMY is spelled out using VersaMark ink and then embossed with Platinum embossing powder by PSX. The (3) silver staples are attached with the Fastenator. The frame is from WalMart.

Happy Birthday Harley Davidson Snoopy

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Birthday card for my cousin which coordinates with the Harley Davidson Name Frame and Road Trip Memories Box. All Harley Davidson products were purchased at Michael's Arts and Crafts~the paper on this card is scraps left over from the Name Frame project! Tire track is Stampin' Up!'s roller wheel, corner punches are made with Stampin' Up!'s new "Photo Corners" punch, then they were paper pierced with tools from Stampin' Up!'s Crafter's Tool Kit. The chain was purchased from the jewelry department in Michael's arts and crafts and is attached with two small silver brads. The image is from Stampabilites and is stamped in Palette ink from The Angel Company. I colored the image with Prismacolor pencils and blended with Gamsol Blending Fluid. The circle the image is on was cut from my Sizzix die "Circle #1". Happy Birthday Amy!!!

Harley Davidson Box

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Harley Davidson Road Trip Memories Box

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This is a birthday gift for my cousin, a motorcycle enthusiast. I started with a cardboard cigar box; next my husband spray painted it with black gloss paint. Then, I added the Harley Davidson paper to the top of the box (I used fabric glue), added the leather-look ribbon, made a base of cardstock with black, grey, and orange paper~then added the "Road Trip" embellishment that I purchased at a scrapbook store. Corner punches used to make the corners and the orange strip across the middle has two silver brads for interest. This box does not have a sealer on top of the paper since I knew the recipient and didn't feel it would be necessary. Lastly, I added self-adhesive black felt to the bottom of the box for a more professional, finished look.