The current Paper Players challenge is so cool:
that I made a second card:
(My first one is here.) I have a pack of small wood sheets I bought when I went to a Big Box craft store at a point in time when I didn't need anything. This, people, is why I don't "shop". I always come home with stuff I don't need. Well, at least I've opened that package now and used a small bit of one of the wood sheets.
Stamping the sentiment would have been easier if I'd followed the sketch literally and stamped the sentiment on the white card base, but noooooo, I wanted to stamp it on the uneven wood. You can see how well that worked. I even went over it with my black Memento marker, with not a lot of success. I've declared it "rough" and "masculine".
The washi tape was a quick solution to what to put with the wood, since it's got a bit of Kraft-y writing on it. The bird is one of the more "manly" birds in my re-discovered pack of poofy bird stickers. I'm telling you: neat people never make the exciting kinds of discoveries that I do.
I put the wood panel on some foam tape, and mounted it on a woodgrain card base.
I'm also entering this in the current The Male Room challenge to use wood on a card.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stuff I used: poofy sticker from a pack of SpottedCanary.com Studio112 stickers, wood sheets from EK Tools, misc washi tape, and the following: