Monday, February 21, 2011

Homegrown Birthday - TSSC 162 & Challenge 109

This is a new stamp that I just got, so I had to play with it, to meet the criteria for 2 challenges - Technostamper Sketch Challenge 162 here  and challenge 109 - use the Big Shot.
Here's my card:

Stamp: Homegrown, Plane & Simple
Inks: Chocolate chip, Black Stazon, Basic Black, Markers - Always Artichoke, Wild Wasabi, Real Red, Riding Hood Red (to color beet)
Soft Suede - I applied ink to Clear Block C and stamped it onto Very Vanilla card stock and that provided a frame and background colouring for image
The image was stamped with basic black ink, and then stamped on another piece of Very Vanilla with Black Stazon, colored, cut out and glued over the black stamped image.
Papers: Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Newsprint Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Framed Tulip embossing folder, Texturz Plate kit #4 (looks like wood grain) Word Label Punch, Modern Word Label Punch
I distressed most of the edges using a pair of scissors and then inking the edges well.
The Modern Word Label punch wasn't long enough so I punched out two - cut one in the middle, and the second one cut out a section of the middle.  This section I glued to the two ends of the first one - making it longer.


MJ said...

This is great, love how you colored it. Looks so real. Thanks so much for playing along again this week!

Margaret Raburn said...

I really like your card!! All the details and extras you've done really make it beautiful!

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