SNS products used:
The Old Tractor Stamp Set #910;
Firefly Embossing Powder [EP395];
Blackened Bronze Embossing Powder [EP454];
Coffee Embossing Powder [EP459];
Irish Sparkle Flocking [SS113];
Black Shadow Nuvo Hybrid Ink [210N];
Clear Mark Nuvo Embossing Ink [101N];
Nuvo Alcohol Markers;
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive [200N];
Silver Smoke Nuvo Mica Mist [572N];
As said, the image is from The Old Tractor Stamp Set #910. I stamped it with Black Shadow Nuvo Hybrid Ink to the white cardstock and colored it with various Nuvo Alcohol Markers. Shiny 'metal' parts are painted with Silver Smoke Nuvo Mica Mist. I just tipped the paintbrush to the Mica Mist and painted over the previously colored parts. It will shine if the light hits in the right angle (scroll between the photos to see the difference). Some texture was added to the grass with Irish Sparkle Flocking which was adhered with Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive.
For the background, I used an old pattern paper. To make it more interesting, I spritzed it with Silver Smoke Nuvo Mica Mist, let it dry and run it through the die cutting machine between the Spellbinders Gridiron Embossing Folder. Then I took the Clear Mark Nuvo Embossing Ink and gently pressed it to the raised parts. I added Firefly Embossing Powder on top and heat embossed it. As a final textured, I sprinkled some Blackened Bronze Embossing Powder here and there and used the heat tool underneath the paper to melt the speckles.
The frame around the main image is die cut with stitched rectangles dies. It looks too boring. I wanted to add some color and to distress it a bit. For that, I took an older semi-dry Versamarker Pen and drew a rectangle in the center of the frame edges. I covered it with Firefly Embossing Powder and heat embossed. Because the Versamarker Pen wasn't juicy, embossing powder didn't stick evenly and gave me distressed look.