This week on Woodware Witterings we are saying Thank You
and for this card I have used the Francoise Collection Distressed Thank You Background.
First I stamped on the Woodware Mixed Media card, it is a nice large stamp.
then I pressed Crafter’s ink pads in Sweet Pea, Blue Berry. and Aruba oon to my hot stuff mat. I used a water brush to pick up the ink and coloured all over with the various colours.
when the card was dry I wrapped some 15mm organza ribbon around it.
I just knotted some extra ribbon at the join.
The layered it on to some dark card.
I mounted it all on to a gate fold card, made from a piece of Mixed Media card cut down to A5 and the scored on the Groovy Board.
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I am back again with another take on this weeks sketch over on Woodware Witterings
This is the Francoise Collection Clear Magic stamp Flowering Bike
I have simply stamped with Bark Crafters ink from ClearSnap I have stamped on A4 Cream Linen card
I stamped it again on some pre-cut plain cream card and some pink.
Then I put the layers together.
I used my Tombow Glue stick so that I can move the pieces around to get them perfectly lined up, well I hope that they are perfectly lined up!
I then coloured in with a mixture of Sakura Water colour pencils and my Stardust gel pens.
the colours are just slightly darker on the pink card, but you can still see them.
I used Sakura Micron pen to add the faux stitching.
not a bad take on the sketch even if I say so myself…
I stamped with the Bark Crafters pad on the ribbon and remembered to attach it around the pink panel before attaching it to the card!
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Here I have a very quick card thanks to the great stamp from the Francoise Collection
The Francoise Collection Clear Magic stamp is Christmas Collage
First it was stamped in black on the Woodware Water Colour Card, I printed the ink pad on to my Hot Stuff Mat and picked up the colour with my water brush. The ink is ColorBox Crafter’s in Blueberry and Aruba.
I ripped the paper, the edges were water coloured too.
The greeting comes from the Stampendous Perfectly Clear set ‘Tis the Season a great set of Christmas words.
I used the Woodware paper scruffer around the edges of the stamped image and then rubbed it along the Blueberry Pad. I bled the ink out with my water brush.
I taped the organza ribbon on the back of the card, and tied it off at the end. I have used the Water Colour card to mount on to
definitely a very quick card, I hope that you like it!
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Sometime these are my favourite cards, when you have bits lying about because you have not tidied up before starting again, or is that just me?
When I was doing the post for Mens Christmas cards I had the Graffiti Christmas printed and just lying there. When I cut my Dreamweaver Nested Stockings for my Sketch post I had some extra stockings cut!
I just added a row of brads to hang my stockings and I rather like this card too.
I have added holly leaves to this one the leaves come from a very very old stamp set from the Franocise Collection Wired For Christmas.
This I think is my favourite with the none traditional feel of the colour it is fun and I do live those mini light bulbs from Woodware.
This on is just a funny shape, and I had not used my Tag Top Punch for a least a week!
Hope you like my cards with extra bits today!
This week on Woodware Witterings we have a sketch.
here is the sketch, and here is my card…
I have used the Francoise Collection Santa Post Elements, and a circle punch.
I have stamped on white card and then added some blue colour.
The embossing is a mixture of silver and the wonderful Ice Blue Metallic Pearl.
I have used paper from the Seasonal Prints Pad, and wrapped it with 7mm White Organza.
I used all snowflakes, and the 25th in the centre of the card.
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Back again with another take on this weeks Woodware Witterings Sketch
This one I have turned on its side
and changed it a little bit.
Meet Sausage Dog
I used my Sakura Koi Brush Pens and coloured each stripe a different colour, I think it looks rather snazzy.
I inked the edges of a panel for Sausage to go on
Then I decided that it did not have enough contrast, so I got out my stencil brush again and did a sort of strie technique this worked as the card is textured. I have done faux stitching around the panel and the card.
Sausage fits on the panel perfectly, the card is A4 Linen Card folded in half.
I used some Fancy Twine around some card for the small section
The words come from the same stamp set
I have layered them on one of the Fitted Frames dies from Stampendous.
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This week on Woodware Witterings we are looking at Black and White cards, I love black and white, this is a very quick card today, even by my standards!
I have used Sausage Dog the Clear Magic stamp from the Francoise Collection. He is simply white on black and cut around.
The card is white DL size, I have cut some black card and used the inverted corner punch and then tied some of the black Fancy Twine around the card.
I have added the Mark Richard Elements in black to the corners.
the greeting is from the same stamp set.
A very simple card that I think would be good for any dog lover.
Sausage Dog can be coloured up to make a Christmas card too
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