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Wood Designer Paper... Endless Possiblities!

Hello!  Happy Thursday!!!  Lisa here today and I'm excited to share my featured product for my projects today: My Minds Eye: Necessities Wood 6 x 6 Pad!!!  Woo hoo!!!  This little paper pad is amazing, and has so many possibilties of how to use it.  Today I'm sharing two ways... Using it for direct stamping, and paper piecing!


Card #1: Direct Stamping
Supplies Used:
MME: Necessities Wood 6 x 6 paper pad
Memento Luxe Ink:Teal Zeal, Toffee Crunch, Peanut Brittel, Rhubarb Stalk, Pistachio
Avery Elle: Petals and Stems Stamp Set
Maggie Holmes: Gold Rub-Ons
Wink of Stella Pen

Step One:  Trim wood cardstock panel


Step Two: Stamp on panel.


Step Three: Adhere rubons, and apply wink of stella over images.


Step Four: Adhere with foam adhesive





Card #2: Paper Piecing
Supplies Used:




MME: Necessities Wood 6 x 6 paper pad
Memento Ink: Tuxedo Black and  Deep Cocoa
Lawn Fawn: Love You Smore
Distress Inks
Mini Ink Blending Tool and Foam
Studio Calico Rub-Ons
Not Pictured: Heidi Swapp Dreamy 6 x 6 paper pad

Step One: Stamp characters, moon, fire and marshmellows onto various wood cardstocks.  Then Fussy Cut them out.


Step Two:  Trim blue patterned paper and go over with distress inks.  Stamp "fire wood" and sentiment.  Rub-on Stars.  Adhere fussy cut pieces.


So get those woodgrain papers out and start crafting!

Lisa

Comments

  1. Who knew there is a WHOLE paper pad dedicated to wood!!!!! Yeah, I'm gonna have to get my hands on that soon!!

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  2. These cards are adorable!!! Wow!! You had me at woodgrain! And kept me with your amazing cards!! That campfire card...wow!!!!!AMAZING! And the flower stamps directly stamped onto the woodgrain is beautiful!!

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  3. Both of these cards are completely awesome! Need me some of that Woodgrain paper for sure!

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