Today it's the Artist Team Challenge with Club Scrap. The challenge this month is to use wooden elements on your projects.
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All product is from the Garden Shed Kit unless otherwise stated. Be sure to grab yours now.
For my first card I used the beautiful patterned paper. I stamped the word happiness on the wooden floral and attached it to my card with two brads. The brads are from stash. Finished card measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 folded.
For my next card I decided to think outside of the box. I used an actual thin branch. Using the Curvy Leaves die from Elizabeth Craft Designs and plain cardstock from Garden Shed kit i layered the leaves to the branch. Finished card measures 6x6 folded.
For my next card I altered the Wood Plant Stakes that comes with the Garden Shed Kit. I painted it with acrylic paint. Once dry I used distress ink to give it a rustic look. With the stencil also from the kit I inked the word Love. I tied all 3 gorgeous ribbons from the kit to altered stake. Truth be told I couldn't decide which one to use so I used them all. The snail is from the cutapart. The butterfly was stamped using India ink from Club Scrap and on the soft Green patterned paper. I cut out the butterfly and added some glue to the center and placed on the card. Added some sequins from my stash. Finished card measures 6x6 folded.
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