Shame on me, I'd had a woodgrain background stamp since we went to New Mexico well over 18 months ago and only just remembered it the other day. I'm almost sure Kay was with us the day I bought it - happy memories!
There are loads of lovely cards out there at the moment which use either woodgrain stamped backgrounds or woodgrain embossing folders so I had a little play:
- A6 white card blank
- a snippet of SU's 'Crumb Cake' card stock, stamped using a Stampabilities ''Woodgrain Background' and VersaFine 'Vintage Sepia' ink pad
- popped the background onto a mat of SU's 'Always Artichoke' card stock
- the leaves were die cut from more SU's 'Always Artichoke card stock using a Memory Box die called 'Fresh Foliage'
- the 'daisies' were die cut from a snippet of white card, double layered, using a Joy! die (6002/0024). The yellow centres were punched from a snippet of SU's 'Daffodil Delight' card stock using a standard office issue hole punch (ahem, 'acquired' many years ago)
- the sentiment is another one from the brilliant Personal Impressions 'Everyday Words Happy Birthday' set, stamped using a Making Memories' Wheatgrass' chalk ink pad, die cut using SU's 'Word Window' then popped onto a snippet of woodgrain stamped background which was punched using SU's 'Modern Label'
Gorgeous card love rediscovering stamps :)ReplyDelete
love the background
Great card love it......!!!ReplyDelete
Always a good feeling when you find a "forgotten treasure" and make a great project.
Have a great day
That is an amazing background stamp!!! Love it!!
I bet it will get lots of use now.
Have a good day.
Love Jules xx
That card is fresh as a daisy. LOVE it. Super woodgrain background and pretty dies - what's not to like?ReplyDelete
Hugs, Sarn xxx
Great use of the wood grain stamp to back these fresh looking daisies.ReplyDelete
Love it especially the way the white daisies pop off the woodgrain.ReplyDelete
"WOW" Di this is truly beautiful l like the woodgrain background and the die it's truly so elegant and beautifully presented xxReplyDelete
This background stamp is amazing...I think it may just look like the woodgrain stamp that I have..and has never seen ink either! lolReplyDelete
Congrats for getting your inky!
It sure made up into a pretty card. You may just see a bevy of wood grain backgrounds in the playground now!
Yes, Sookwang is a really sticky, heavy duty tape that I use to make my cards. It comes in many widths from super then to very wide. It also comes in 8 1/2 x 11 sheets, perfect for added glitter to an image.
I am so enjoying the consumables freeze. I may even extend it to 100 cards! So far I have not even been tempted.
I still buy non-consumables...like stamps, dies etc but have only bought one peacock stamp I saw here in the playground. And staying out of the 3 paper craft stores in my area, plus the Michaels etc, gives me more time to craft! lol A hidden bonus!
Gorgeous card, love it.ReplyDelete
This is just lovely Di, the background with the woodgrain works so well with those beautiful white daisies. What with Bank Holiday and other things going on I haven't thanked you for highlighting my card this week. I am so behind I haven't even made a card for this week yet, so must get busy! xReplyDelete
Just trying to catch up on blogging Di these migraines have been corkers to say the least! beautiful bag tutorial and this one is really lovely huggles Sue xxReplyDelete
Glad you remembered it, Di--this is a wonderful creation!ReplyDelete
Great card Di,love those snippet daisies. Also fab stamping. Flora xxReplyDelete
Another stunning card Di, love the background stamp - it would great in pale pink too! The difference between that and the flowers is fabulous! Karen xReplyDelete
Daisies look lovely set against your new found background stamp. xxReplyDelete
This really is so realistic Di, I have never seen a stamp like this one. So glad you 'found' it amongst your stash. I can see this one being used for so many different cards.ReplyDelete
Hugs to you Sue Pxxx
I know Sarn said she would push me for free in the playground but I figure, if you aren't giving Parsnip any pocket money, he needs to make his 'spends' somewhere - I'll pay him his 50p!!!
Very cute! Isn't it nice when you find something you forgot you had....not that it happens to me very often!!!ReplyDelete
PS I am going to keep my eye on you at the Crop....you keep trying to pinch my shiny jewels! x
Wow! Stunning. You would never think it was a stamp to produce that effect. Love those daises.ReplyDelete
Hugs Mrs A.
oh yes have seen these too on pinterst Di.. love this.. been looking at all these flower dies for ages now.. mm maybe one day.. :D like a lot of things, huh?? Shaz in oz.xReplyDelete
Those daisies look gorgeous on the woodgrain background! So pretty!ReplyDelete