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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Faux Wood

Drunken Stampers got my attention.  they said "Play with wood!"  and I have a stamp that is all about wood that is one of my most favoritist stamps!  So I had to play.  it would have been wrong not to.  Right?

It was hard to photograph.  The woodgrain stamp is by Cornish Heritage Farms,  the large butterfly stamp is by Inkadinkado
I white embossed the wood grain and distress inked it.  I tried something else, but it didn't work so we won't discuss that.  I stamped the large butterfly on acrylic and coloured is with alcohol inks and stickles.  The little butterflies got the same treatment and were punched out with a Martha Sterwart punch. the flower is by K&Company.  The sentiment came from my sentiment stash.That's about it.  Thanks for looking!


  1. I really like this...that butterfly is super cool and the wood grain in white is awesome....

  2. OMG,
    this has to be one of my favourite blogs ever...soooo ful of colour, humour, it's so versatile soooo happening.
    I just adore it and of course the girl behind it is quite lovely too.

    I have tried to catch up on here have been looking on and off for 3 days now but didnt get back as far as I would like too ...just so much I want to look at and digest.

    ONE day when I have nothing to do maybe I can come back again.

    Just want to say I have missed you and your creativeness.
    Take care and thank you soooo much for sharing your talent and humour.

    chriss x

  3. Absolutely gorgeous, Electra! Everything really came together on this one. It's just beautiful.

  4. wow, your card is just beautiful

  5. That is the perfect stamp for the DS challenge! Your butterflies are gorgeous!! This is beautiful!! :)

  6. This is totally fabulous, I love that faux wood. So many wonderful techniques here, you ROCK!

  7. Love your wood project. It looks so much like weathered wood. Great job. Butterflies are pretty here too. Another very creative, pretty project. I LOVE it.


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