Hello Stampin’ Friends,
I hope you are enjoying your weekend! I got to spend some time with my granddaughter and my sister Eileen. Yes stampers … we are planning an event, and as soon as I lock down the location, I will send you the details. It’s going to be fun & exciting!!! Tentative date: Thursday, May 28th.
Today is day 2 of my “Walk in the Wild” card share … I went pretty masculine on this one. I am really going to miss this set! I love, love, love the moose.
I wanted something simple, yet a bit different from the textured embossing folders, so I went “old school” and crumpled up my “Baked Brown Sugar” cardstock, cut the edges, and then sponged it … to age it. I love the warm color of the Baked Brown Sugar against the richness of the Early Espresso…. it even looks better in hand!
Next I stamped my moose with the StazOn™ Ink on Very Vanilla cardstock, and did a color wash over the entire piece. Just a little ink in the tray of the ink pad and my “Aqua Painters” and your done in mere minutes!
My greeting comes from the”Something to Say” stamp set … then I cut it into a banner, curled up the edges … sponged it (to age it) and then anchored it with an “Antique Brad”. I used a Blendabilities pen (some of you are still using yours) or you can use a sharpie, to tone down the color a bit.
This angle shows the dimension in the card … I popped up the moose, the greeting, and the brad with my Stampin’ Dimensionals. TIP: Use your craft scissors to cut the tines off the brad so it lays evenly on your project.
Hope you enjoyed today’s manly moose … and don’t forget to stop back tomorrow to view the last card from my “Walk in the Wild” series.
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So until tomorrow … Have a great day!
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