I pulled this card together with papers from my old DCC Timeless Type 8x8" stack, a kraft card base, a scrap piece of canvas and some new wood pieces and flowers.
I stamped the canvas with jet black Archival ink using a stamp from Artistic Outpost's Serenity set. I like that worn look that it has. My new wood pieces are some we picked up on our recent Gatlinburg trip. I have several styles of leaves, keys, hearts, dragonflies, plus lots of others. It was too hard to decide, so I bought nearly everything available.
The textured flowers and leaves are from Petaloo. The natural burlap string is by May Arts.
A trinket from BoBunny in copper.
My new wood hummingbird... I bought a bag of these guys in different stains.
A copper filigree metal corner from The Funkie Junkie Boutique.
A group of hunter's pens the Penmaker did with some beautiful designer acrylics.
He's working away today with some new equipment he bought at Rockler's in Pittsburgh. We drove over to take a look at what they had in vacuuming, and we ended up getting a few new parts to make his work easier. Sorry, ladies, I like to pretent I understand it all, but woodworking is a lot more involved than paper crafts. I think I'll just stick to making cards.
Have a wonderful Monday!
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