Sunday, 3 September 2017

Another Wood Textures Project

The inspiration for this project using the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper background came from Shannon Lane.   The strips of DSP give such a rustic look to the card.  It is a great way to use up the left over strips that always seem to be hanging around after making projects.

To make this card you need to the following pieces:


A4 Crumb Cake cardstock cut in half to create the card base
Wood Textures Designer Series Paper - 1" strips
Very Vanilla cardstock 14.3cm x 10cm (for the inside)
Very Vanilla cardstock 13.8cm x 9.5cm
Very Vanilla cardstock 13.3cm x 9cm
Very Vanilla cardstock for the background medallion
Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla cardstock for the badge


Fold card base.

Adhere the strips of DSP onto the 13.3cm x 9cm piece of Very Vanilla cardstock. It does not matter if the strips hangover the edge as you cut these flush with the edge of the Very Vanilla cardstock piece.  Once all the pieces have been adhered you can mat this onto the Very Vanilla 13.8cm x 9.5cm cardstock piece and then adhere this to the card front.

Cut out the medallion using the Eastern Medallions Thinlits and Very Vanilla cardstock.  Stamp the badge image onto a piece of Crumb Cake using Basic Black Archival ink and punch out using the Best Badge Punch.  Stamp the image again on a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and cut out the 'Journey' word and adhere this to the Crumb Cake badge piece using dimensionals.  Adhere the medallion in place, add some Linen Thread and then the Badge over this.  Add some sequins to finish.

If you live in Australia 
you can get all the supplies you need

 for this project from me. 

You can place an order online and join in the fun with the On-line Club or Contact Me and place an order.

Thank you for visiting.


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