After I saw that Gina K. at Stamp TV had posted a video of this new technique called Carved Wood I knew I would have to give it a try too. I just love the look and I can see this being used a lot for future cards.
To make the carved wood design you first score the lines in the card stock. I started with ivory card stock and after I had it scored I ran Kraft ink over the lines and then took the Dark Chocolate over the top of that. Next I put the panel in an embossing folder and got the impression. The last step was to take my Ivory ink pad and run over the embossed area and when you do that the carved look just pops out.
The pumpkin and sunflower image and the sentiment are from the Gina K. Designs Always Autumn set which is illustrated by Theresa Momber. I really love that set and have used it many times.
I added a ribbon to the focal panel and over that I popped the sentiment. This panel was then added to a base card of Dark Chocolate card stock. I added an ivory panel inside as well.
I enjoyed making this card and I hope you liked what you saw too! Have a great evening.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
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I love the wood grain technique and this technique bumps it up to a whole new level. Beautiful.
Isn't that background just beautiful! Your pumpkins and sunflower is colored perfectly. This is such a pretty card!
I saw this tutorial and loved it when I saw it. You've done a marvelous job with it here Verna!
It's lovely, Verna. I don't quite understand the directions and would love to try the technique. Do you know the name of the technique or the link to the tutorial? Please? LOL beautiful design, and such beautiful pumpkins! Hugs, fe
LOL never Mind! I found it! LOL
Oh Verna this is awesome. Love the look of this technique and you have done a fabulous job here.
This new "mistake" That gina did is fabulous. It really makes a statment and is so easy to do. I love what you got and the card really is gorgeous.
Beautiful card, love the stamps that you placed on the wood background
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