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Creativation Enamel Truck n' Trailer

Have truck will haul... Salted Navy Enamel from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies.  I do love to camp so when I was asked if I wanted some... hell ya I do!!!  Think of the enamel camping gear and this will give you an idea of how awesome this embossing powder is.  I have asked for the rainbow in colours.  

I made this vintage jalopy for Creativation for the Emerald Creek Craft Supplies booth.  I hear Kim was towing some product in the trailer?

Look how pretty this is...


I knew I wanted to make the Jalopy die all enameld.  



EEP... I even made a trailer.


The jalopy has the extra pieces for the tires and running board.  For those pieces I used Onyx Frost.



Some wood posts for the truck box.


I cut pieces from the Make it 3D die for the truck and to create the trailer.


All the scores help shape the truck for the 3D effect.


Ready to roll!


If you're at Creativation you can stop by and see it yourself at the Emerald Creek Craft Supplies booth.  

 
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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness Nicole!!! I have this die but never ever seen the jalopy look this good!!!!!♡♡♡♡♡♡

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  2. Nicole!!! I love this! I have the Tim Holtz Jalopy die is that what you used? I need these enamels for sure! Great Job!

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  3. No words left to say just how stupendous this creation is! Wow!!!

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  4. Absolutely Stunning! Love the color of the enamel!! Gorgeous!

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  5. Just one word from me - Incredible!!! Anne xx

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