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Woodware – Good Luck!

This week we are saying Good Luck on the Woodware Witterings


I have used the Postal Collage (FRS344) Clear Magic stamp from the Francoise Collection and the Happy Travels from the Just Words Collection.


First I stamped out the a black image


then I distressed it with Crafter’s Ink pads Canyon and Desert Sand.


I made a background with the same colours of Crafters and added some Bar, on the Woodware Mixed Media Card.


They look great on the Ribbed Recycled Card


For my Happy Travels stamp I punched some card from the Tag Top Punch the one with the straight shoulders the best thing about these punches is that you can make your tags in a variety of sizes and they can be double ended!


For the Good Luck I have used the Dreamweaver Dual Alphabet and cut it from the 8 x 8 Tartan Pads one sheet from each pad.

Thanks for visiting and don’t forget to pop over to Woodware Witterings to see what the rest of the girls have been up to.

Thanks for visiting!

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Woodware Shaker Cards

This week on the Woodware blog we have been sharing Shaker cards I was inspired by Crafty Debs’  shaker card, which you can see on her blog later this week, and I always love to use my Dylusions Stamps so here we are.


I am really please with how it has turned out, now I just have to decide who to send it too!


To make my shaker section I used one of the new tag top punches, and the 2 inch circle punch


The Tag Top Punches have size guides to help you cut strips, the punch just does the top and so it can be as long as you want it to be.


First I stamped with purple Crafters and edged with Bark Crafters.

The stamp that I have used comes from the Dylusions set Basic Backgrounds.


Then I glued my acetate on to the back of the card, next the hard part…


add the strips of foam tape around the circle, (this is when I was thinking why didn’t I use a square punch?) It is important not to have any gaps, I have cut the strips of tape in half.

Then I added my Daddy Long Legs


and the words