Woodware Challenge – Layer by Scrappy Jen of Wear Crafts

Over on the Woodware blog we have another of our retailers setting the theme for the week, this week it is Jen from Wear Craft.

The theme that Jen has set for us this week is layers, I have chosen to use some new products that I am excited by…

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The plaque is on it’s way and will be with us soon. There will be 2 styles, hopefully I will get my hands on the other design to share with you all.

I have coloured the plaque with ColorBox Crafters inks, and I have LAYERED three colours of inks.

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First I used Limon Crafters I applied it with the Stylus Tool

Then

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Then Aruba

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with some bark around the edges on both sides

I got some Craft Canvas and again LAYERED my inks. I have used the same colours of inks and again and used the Stylus tool to apply them.

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I used the oval tip

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and the round tip

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on one piece I stamped some words from Jane’s new set, Just Right for You

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I chopped the strip, and edged it and the attached it to my door plaque.

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On the other side I LAYERED, my canvas! A dotty piece..

a striped piece..

and then another dotty piece.

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I finished this off by LAYERING with more words

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The ideal way to attach the Craft Canvas is USArtQuest PPA Glue

I hope that Scrappy Jen likes my Layers!

You can find Jen in all of these places…

Wear Crafts for shopping

The Wear Crafts Blog for news

Facebook for fun

Twitter for tweets

and Scrappy Jen’s own blog.

and you can usually spot something from Woodware on the projects!

Thank you to Jen for setting us such and interesting challenge, and pop around and have a spy and what else she has been up too.

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