Wouldn’t it be nice…

Don’t you wish you could add a few hours to the day…a few productive hours that is, not more endless drudgery? I revisited a stamp set I bought from Sunday International a few years ago with funny fake product ads and I loved this one for Stop The Clock Grease:

 

I used my ProMarkers and Air Marker to color this. I love this new toy, all I have to do is snap a ProMarker in to the airbrush system, turn on my air compressor (you can use canned air if you prefer) and spray away! It is so quick too and these last few weeks of summer vacation with the kids home from school I will take any time save I can get! I know I promised you a video on using the new Letra Jet Air Marker but realistically it will probably not happen til September and the kids are back in school ;)

BTW the die-cuts are from the Steampunk SVG kit from Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff:

Stampunk SVG TemplatesSteampunk Stamps

Quick Tip! I wanted some vintage advertizing pattern paper in the background of my card but I had none so I did a search on the web and found lots of free vintage ad collage sheets here. Ain’t the internet grand!

This card qualifies for the following challenges: Top Tip Tuesday, Cards For Men, Craft Your Passion, Die Cut Dreams, Karens Doodles, Make it Monday, Paper Playtime, Pollycraft, Stamps R Us, The Outlawz , Here Come the Boys, Lollipop Crafts, and Outlawz challenge (CAS and make an embellishment-I made the die cut clock hands)

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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25 Responses

  1. Wow love this vintage stamp and definitely love the background. I did chuckle reading your opening paragraph. Lindsay, are you reading my mind????? Because I was thinking the exact same thing today….. (work blocked all internet use which means no longer being able to log on during breaks or lunch, sigh).

    Wonderful card, and love how you incorporated the steampunk kits.

    hugs

  2. Great card! I loooove the vintage and the die cut is very cool and I love the screw you used in the corner. Thanks for joining us at Karen’s Doodles this week, hope you’ll join us again soon.

  3. Lovely vintage feel to your card! Love the clock hands too! Thank you for sharing with Here Come The Boys! Woo & Jacky xx

  4. Great card. Thanks for joining our anything goes challenge at Cards for Men and good luck.
    Hugs, Alison x

  5. Quite funny .Would make a great card for any one male or female !
    Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday
    Shirley-Anne
    When commenting on another’s MIM entry don’t forget to mention that you saw it on MIM and the more entries you comment on in this way, the more chances you have of winning.

  6. What a fun card! Love the colors and the vintage image. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Stamps R Us! 8-)

  7. What a fun card! I love how you used the Steampunk set for the embellishment!

  8. Fantastic masculine, funny and vintage card you’ve created here and your link and TIP are WONDERFUL. Thanks so much for sharing that and thank you again for sharing it with us at Top Tip Tuesday for our “Masculine” challenge. :)
    Happy stamping to you…
    Lisa
    and YES…I’d love to order that product!

  9. Fantastic card, wonderful coloring and colors. Came here from Make it Monday, great card.

    Judie #54

  10. Lovely colouring, great card. Thankyou for playing over at HERE COME THE BOYS. Good luck
    Hugs Di
    xxx

  11. Nice to have a humourous card and a great tip. Thanks for joining Top Tip Tuesday. Elaine

  12. This is adorable – love the job you did on it! Thanks for sharing your talents with us at Craft Your Passion!
    Hugs,
    Jodi

  13. Lovely creation!

    Thank you for joining Top Tip Tuesday in Masculine Card challenge this week. :)

    Maggie
    x

  14. I love this card and the Steampunk stamps!!!
    Thanks for joining us this week at Craft Your Passion Challenge and good luck!!

    ~Jenn~

  15. What a neat card….made me smile for sure. Thanks for joining us at Pasper Playtime this week.

  16. Great card. Super cute image. Thanks so much for playing with Lollipop Crafts this week.

  17. Great card and I love the air brushing!

    Thanks for joining us at Pollycraft for the Autumn Colours challenge!

    Arabella

  18. Yes, I do wish there were more hours in the day or I could move faster for the hours that are!! Love this “stop the clock” card and your coloring is perfection!

  19. great image defo diff. love the colours great take on the colour chall & yes I too wish I had more day lite hrs..

    thanks for sharing at DCD chall this wk

    smiles Christine x

  20. Fantastic card – love your background.
    Thanks for the tip too – great link.
    Thanks for joining us over at Top Tip Tuesday this week for our Masculine Challenge.
    Have you made a note on your calendar so as you don’t miss our Birthday Bash week after next? £100′s of prizes!!!

    Carol x

  21. Really fab! Thx for joining us at Make it Monday! Hope to see you for our next challenge on…Monday of course, lol!

    Mary J x

  22. What a wonderful creation!! Thank you for playing along with us this week at Karen’s Doodles!

    Good Luck!

    Kelly

  23. Wow Ilove it. So masculine and vintage;) Love the colours and design. Thanks for playing at Top Tip Tuesday this week and good luck. Hope to see you back tomorrow for a new challenge.Bettina

  24. lovely card, love the papers, thanks for playing along at top tip tuesday! Good Luck xx

  25. A fabulous card, oh to have a few extra hours.
    Thanks for joining us at Pollycraft.
    Hugs Emma x

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