Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Mason Jar Thanks

Howdy Crafters -I am using a TH Wood-Look Embossing folder for this creation along with a Mason Jar die from Memory Box & Stampin Up Products - do you see my Elk hiding in the trees - and there is that Duck flying above the trees. I read about adding a paper towel between the embossing folder and cardstock to keep from getting "cutting" in the cardstock once ran through the Cuttlebug - it works beautifully- thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day! Gail

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White cardstock for base of card
Kraft cardstock for mat using TH Alterations Wood-look embossing folder
Memory Box Large Canning Jar Die - white cardstock, and dark brown cardstock
Black and White Bakers twine
Fiskars Circle Punch used as a mask for the background to create the Moon
Stampin Up inks for sponging background - Indigo - Old Olive
Simon Says Peach ink for Moon
Stampin up Elk - The Wilderness Awaits Stamp Set - Rangers Sepia Archival Ink
Stampin up Duck - The Wilderness Awaits Stamp Set - Rangers Black Archival Ink/Spectrum Noir Markers
Memory Box Thanks Die - blue glitter cardstock

It would be an honor to enter these challenges:
Jan 31 Sweet Stamps AG UE
Jan 31 Not Just Cards - Just for Fun AG

Jan 31 Fun Cuts #2 New SU Duck Stamp The Wilderness Collection
Jan 21 YNS Color Challenge -Blue, Blue, White UE

Jan 17 Die Cuttin Divas - Tweet, Tweet, Use a Bird #1 - Duck flying in top of sponging projects 


Mar 30 Just Keep on Creating

7 comments:

  1. The wood embossing compliments the outdoor scene stamping. The use of the paper towel is a good tip for embossing.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Thank you for joining our “Bird” Challenge this week at Die Cuttin’ Divas.

    Stay Creative,
    Georgiana
    • Carson's Creations •
    Die Cuttin’ Diva DT

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  3. So pretty! Love the scene placed inside the mason jar. Perfect! Thanks for joining us at YNS!

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  4. What a cool card, Gail! Thank you for joining us at Die Cuttin' Divas this week!

    Evelyn

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  5. Love the little scene in the jar! Thanks for playing along in our challenge at Your Next Stamp.

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  6. Cute scene with the Elk and great use of the colours!
    Thanks for joining us at Your Next Stamp!

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  7. The scene in the mason jar looks great, what a good idea.Thanks so much for sharing your creation at
    Anything goes March link-up, Just keep on creating
    Susan xx

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It is always and honor & blessing to have you stop by - may your day be filled with Joy & Happiness - God Bless you today & Always - ~ Gail ~