Meet today's card inspired by the challenge at Splitcoast today and the website called Uncommon Goods.
I posted a tutorial this week about how to create woodgrain paper and was thrilled that so many of you had a chance to try it out. For those of you that may have missed it here is the link:
In the tutorial, I used Distress inks to colour the faux barnboard but I have been trying different types of inks to get a different woodgrain look. I was pleasantly surprised to see the great look I got by using Colour Box Cookie Dough Die ink, Versafine Vintage Sepia Pigment ink and just a touch of Antique Linen Distress ink. It reminded me of a beachy, summery scene so I decided it needed to have some flowers added which gave the card some elegance.
The flowers from Stampin Up are stamped with black Memento ink, then sponged with Antique Linen Distress ink. The sentiment is from the same set and I added a black rhinestone to the flower centers.
I am adding my card to these challenges:
The Card Concept- FLORAL ELEGANCE
Addicted to Stamps and More- MAKE YOUR MARK
Sisterhood of Crafters- SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW
(old stamp set, new to me technique)
Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.
Have a great weekend.
Supplies: stamps- SU/ Elmer's Glue/ inks-Distress, Verafine, Colour Box/ ScorPal/ Mini Mister/ sponge dauber/ rhinestones