Step-it-Up Sunday #13 One Wild Ride Masculine Card

Blessed Sunday! Welcome to this edition of Step-it-Up which uses the Stampin’ Up One Wild Ride stamp set. These cards are great masculine makes however I know some ladies who love riding motorbikes so this would work really well for them too. 


Stampin’ Up Su, One Wild Ride, Step-it-Up Sunday

Create a Soft Suede card base. Stamp the bike in Basic Black onto Very Vanilla cardstock. Then mat onto Garden Green cardstock. Attach to card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Stamp the sentiment in Basic Black and background dots in Garden Green to fill out the 2 corners. Add the enamel dots.

Product List for Basic card


Stampin’ Up Su, One Wild Ride, Step-it-Up Sunday

To create the One Wild Ride Intermediate card stamp the tyre tread on the base card. Trim a panel of Coffee Break DSP and punch both ends with the Triple Banner punch. Adhere this to card then mount motorcycle image on top. 

Stamp the sentiment onto Garden Green cardstock and die cut.

Product List – Add these fo make Intermediate card


Additional Products for Advanced Card 

Heat Tool


Colour embossing paste by adding a few drop of Soft Suede and Cajun Craze ink refill. Apply this to your card base. I also added this to the bike panel after I stamped the bike. It doesn’t take too long to dry. 

Stampin’ Up Su, One Wild Ride, Step-it-Up Sunday’sThe bike has been heat embossed in Clear embossing powder. Here’s a look at what’s it looks like once it’s been embossed.



Stampin’ Up Su, One Wild Ride, Step-it-Up Sunday’sThere are a couple of stamps I really love in this set. It’s the tyre tread – how cool is that? The other is the filler stamp which looks a bit like gravel to me. I used these stamps to fill in and add highlights. The gravel look stamp has been stamped over the brick and the sides of the sentiment and heat embossed in Silver.

Die cut 2 heat embossed sentiments, cut the tails off one and mount with Dimensionals on the other


Stampin’ Up Su, One Wild Ride, Step-it-Up Sunday’s


Mount the Coffee Cafe DSP with Dimensionals and then add the motorbike panel with liquid glue.