I created another card using one of my new stampendous stamps, Flying Machines (R139-R). It made me think of Amelia Earhart, a famous female aviation pioneer and author. She was the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and wrote many books about flying experiences.
With the image of Amelia (from the internet) I created a sort of passport photo, including 2 eyelets. (This is the way the photo in the old Dutch passport used to be ~smile~). I stamped a compass image from a Tim Holtz Stamp set and added a gear and game spinner on top. On the inside (right) I used part of the 7 Gypsies paper, a piece of copier paper that I edged with vintage photo and the old instrument clocks from the Non-Sequitur set Across The Miles.
Materials I used are;
Stampendous cling - Flying Machines (CRR139-R)
Stampendous Embossing Powder - Clear
Non-Sequitur - Across The Miles (plate 43C)
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Vintage Photo
Tim Holtz Idea-ology - Sprocket Gears & Game Spinners
Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz - Air Travel CMS102
VersaMark - Watermark Ink Pad
Card stock - black
Bazill - kraft Cardstock
7 Gypsies 8x8 paper pad - Global
You can find the materials at The Stamp Man