Friday, August 10, 2018

Shut the Barn Door!

Recipe
White, Red Cardstock
Cuttlebug & Misti - Memento and Ranger Black Ink
Distress Inks for background of card
Scrabble Tile Stickers for the BARN word
Shut the Back Door Sentiment Embellishment [I fussy cut and replaced Back with the word Barn]

Sheri C on Simon Says has a video on making the background with Oxide Inks [the one on the white cardstock] - I only had Distress Inks - so it worked for me- Click HERE for the Video

Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Die
MFP Horse Stamp
SU Wood-Look Stamp for inside the barn and the barn door
MFT - Die-Namics Stitched Rectangle Die to make the slot boards for around the door
ATG- Scotch Quick Dry White Glue - Distress Inks - Scotch Foam Tape[behind horse and behind the Complete Red layout - so it is up from the Distress Ink Background.

Thank you for stopping by ~ Gail ~

Inspired to create by these Challenges:

August Crop Stop - Linky #42 - AG with Crop Stop products - ATG - Scotch White Glue, Scotch Foam Tape - Distress Inks #5

August QKR Stampede #308 AG #1
 
August #17  Three Amigos A Blast from past - #10 AG & Die Cutting Challenge #15 in June

August Simon Says Wednesday Distress It #5

August #154  Cut It Up - Your Favorite Colors - Kraft is definitely a favorite and I am liking my wooden layer for the background - all those lovely distress inks - and I have to throw in red as a favorite as well.
My die cuts are Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Die [which I use often] and Blue Prints MFT Die-Namics for the slot boards on the door 1E 

August Joy Clair - Mood Board - AG - Inspired by wooden doors












July-September STAMPLorations Theme and Sketch - Stamps & anything goes Horse



9 comments:

  1. Love your barn door card, especially like the use of the scrabble tiles and of course the color red which is one of my favorites!

    Thank you for joining us at Cut it Up for our favorite color challenge!

    Treva
    www.scrappint.blogspot.com

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  2. Love your multi colored wood background! So fun! So happy you linked this up to the Cropstop blog this month!

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  3. I see my favorite on your card, too -- brown! I love the cute image and the perfect accompanying sentiment!

    Thank you for joining us at Die Cuttin' Divas this week!
    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  4. OOPs! Delete that last comment, Gail! Copy/paste error!! Thanks. I'll try again.

    Evelyn :)

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  5. Hello! I see my favorite color, brown, on your card, too! I love the cute horse image and the sentiment is perfect!!

    Thanks for joining us for our Cut it Up for our Your Favorite Color challenge!

    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  6. Like the Horse theme & wood look of this. I like to horseback ride and have not done so in a long time. I'm reading a book "Pegasus" by Danielle Steel that is about Lipizzaner horses.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  7. Lots of interesting details on this card, first the woodgrain in 2 different look and technique, then the hilarious sentiment teamed up with the image! Then that super detailed horse stamp... Brilliant card, thanks for showing us at Stamplorations Theme & Sketch Challenge!

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  8. Brilliant card love how you created the barn door and all the fab details.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Luv Debby

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  9. love the barn door and wood grain. Thank you for joining us at QKR Stampede this week.
    Mary

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