Tuesday, August 17, 2021

SHOPPING OUR STASH #452 - Wood You Believe?

 

Good Tuesday morning to you, crafty friends, and welcome!
Today starts the new challenge at SHOPPING OUR STASH!
This fortnight, as the title prompt indicates, we are looking for your
projects that have some type of wood items on it. It could be
designer paper, wood grain embossing folders or stencils, wooden
chipboard items, anything like that.
 
Here's what I came up with:


and the inside:


On my card, I used a wood grain EF then took a gray ink pad directly to
the raised design to bring it out. Over that, a piece of weathered wood DP.
I thought a nice frosty mug of beer would be the perfect
addition to this masculine card, not to mention a fun sentiment.

I hope that you find some time to play along in our wood challenge
at Shopping Our Stash! We'd love to see your take on it.
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!


I'd like to enter this at TGIF Challenge #329
 
Supplies:
Stamps: Stampers Anonymous - Beer (2018); Simon Says Stamp - Adult Beverages Sayings (2013); MFT - A Toast To You (2019)
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Gray Flannel
DP: Jen Hadfield - Warm & Cozy (2016); scrap
CS: Thunderbolt; Nicole; Spectrum Noir
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; GC; Darice - wood grain EF; SB- Standard Sm & Lg circle Nesties; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares

5 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Perfect masculine card, great technique with the EF, Great take on the sketch too.

lauren bergold said...

ohhhhhhh that's cool. love the stamps... love the coloring... LOVE the woodgrain paper + e/f... this is such a winner on every level! ♥

Lindsey said...

Double woodgrain/wood for the win! Love the sentiment, too. :D

Pia S said...

Cool masculine design with all that woodgrain and the tasty looking beer, great design!

Donna said...

Love it!!
Reminds me of a shirt a friend of mine has that says "it's beer o'clock"
He wears it A LOT!!
LOL

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