While lots of folks will make what is intended from this stamp set – a darling shaker card with floating clothes inside – you know me. I had to go a different route. And made this MY washer….that shakes!
Vanishing Point Lesson: Action Wobble Laundromat
I knew I wanted the washer to bounce around, so an Action Wobble was a necessity. But then I started thinking about what the scene would be. What would be around it? Is this a washer in my home? And it hit me. No, no, no. This is that crazy laundromat I used to go to in college. With all the shaky washers! We’d have to sit on top of them while the laundry was going just to keep the noise to a minimum! hahah! So I added the flooring, black and white tile, following with the same vanishing point of the washer stamp. And figured an art lesson would be just dandy in this video! Hope you agree. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube!
I kept the color range fairly minimal – yellow, red, blue, with all that black and white.
And I used the same color scheme on the inside, keeping the shading in simple greys as well.
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- Stamps: Lawn Fawn Loads of Fun Stamps, dies,
- Action Wobble Spring, 12 pk —- Art Impressions Action Wobble, 12 pack, 6 pack
- Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, 250 Sheet Ream, 25 pk
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
- Coloring Medium: COPIC Sketch Markers
- Masking: 3M Post-It Labeling Tape, 2 in x 36 yd