Saturday, September 24, 2011

Enjoy the Ride !



  • Sentiment and embellishment are Cricut Cutouts Graphically Speaking and Street Sign
  • Ink is Memento and Copic Markers and Airbrushing
  • Cryogen white cardstock, with black and brown layering
  • Stamp vendor unknown, please let me know if you recognize it.
Enjoy the Ride, Bob!
A dear friend of our family has retired and I created this card to send him off on a joyful journey of fun and relaxation.  Bob loves trains.  He belongs to a train club in northeastern Ohio.  He and his wife Linda have traveled the U.S. to see train exhibits, track engineering phenmonen through mountain passes and view other train memorabilia that exist in our countrysides.  Bob is an industrious fellow and a few years of ingenuity, elbow grease and tender loving care with nuts, bolts and steel plates out in the family barn has resulted in a small scale model train that is large enough to ride.  My husband and I have had the pleasure of a twilight train ride through the woods on a moonlit night on Bob's treasured train.  Bob's wife Linda says that she finds the evening rides so restful.  I would have to agree.  Thanks Bob, we enjoyed the fruits of your hard work!

7 comments:

Shelly Schmidt said...

How fun- and what a great card! I love the picture of Bob escorting his guests on a fun ride!

Ida said...

Wonderful card. That is an awesome train image. My dad had a Model Train set so this brought some good memories to mind.

Ida said...

Popping back by because I hadn't seen the photo of your friends Model train before I hit the comment button. Now that is a Model Train for sure. How cool.

Basement Stamper said...

What a wonderful card for your friend, I'm sure he'll love it Thanks for playing with us a blogger's challenge.

Linda Monroe said...

Great card. I'm sure your friend will love it.

Anonymous said...

Love trains and I have some images never think to use them on travel themes. Yours came out splendid!
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Lisa Somerville said...

Wonderful masculine card, love the steam engine image! Thanks for playing along with the Bloggers Challenge!