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Stamping on Wood

Hi Everyone! While in a stamp store a couple of months ago I made the most wonderful discovery! Wood! Mabye its been there all along and I never noticed it. But this time I did and I had to have it. Now its been sitting on self for a long time waiting and waiting. I didn't want to waste it after all. At last I decided to be brave and created this card.

First I stamped Penny Black's Inclinations using Memories Dye Ink on to the wood panel. I also used a few other fun techniques on this card. To create the flower I stamped Burst of Blue, then filled it in with text using a sentiment from HERE. Finally to add color to the flower and mat around the wood I inked up an acrylic block with Distress Ink, sprayed it with water and then layed the acrylic block over the paper (a trick I learned from Lisa Spangler -thanks!).
Finally, for those of you that might be interested the wood I used is by Creative Imaginations. It is called "real wood thin cherry" and is a veneer backed by paper (makes for easy cutting).


Hope you get creative with a few of these ideas! I'd love to see what you come up with if you stamp on wood. Send me a link!

Feel Better Soon: Inclinations 3984K, Burst of Blue 2640E, Sentiments 30-025

Comments

Alice said…
such a beautiful effect. love the natural woodgrain. gorgeous card, Ashley!
Elizabeth Allan said…
What a unique texture! I am always looking for different surfaces to stamp on. Thanks for sharing this great idea.
Barb said…
Hi Ashley! What a fun idea! It sure gives a wonderful texture! Love this!
Sarah J Moerman said…
Beautiful! What a fabulous idea!
Lorelei said…
What a great super fun card. I love that the paper looks like clouds. TFS.
Audrey said…
Beautiful! I need to try the wood! You are so creative!
Anne Gaal said…
Hi, Ashley! So creative! I love the look of the stamping on the wood! I'll keep my eye out for this! :-)

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