It's Tuesday, and time for a new challenge at Shopping Our Stash. This week's theme is Wooden It Be Nice, and we'd like you to use wood somewhere on your project. Think: buttons, veneer shapes, wooden paper sheets -- all sorts of options.
I might have over-done it. Here's my card, then I'll explain:
This all started when I looked out my window at my tiny tree whose leaves are turning:
and now for the leaves:
The wheels started turning in my brain. I have wood veneer leaves. I could work with this.
Here's the card again since I've blathered and posted tree pictures:
So I colored some wood veneer leaves with Copics in Red/Orange/Yellow and two greens. I used a piece of wood-ish washi tape behind the leaves to anchor them. I used a piece of A Muse wood-grain card stock in a blue-ish grey. I also discovered a wood veneer sunshine. I also re-discovered some wood-looking Scrabble letter stickers to spell FALL. ALL WOOD, PEOPLE! *puffs out feathers*
I barely remembered I had most of this stuff, so this was a great challenge for me. Hopefully it will be for you, too! Why not pay along with us at SOS?
Thanks for stopping by!
Stuff I used: A Muse wood grain patterned card stock, washi tape, American Craft Thickers - Mosaic, Copics (YG23, G99, Y18, YR16, R05), wood veneer leaves (I can't find them anywhere online - they're really old), wood veneer sunshine (same deal - really old), Neenah linen card base.