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A Trendy Tree in the Funky Forest

15/08/2010

Last night my friend and neighbour Janelle came over to play (well, in her case, to drool over the Stampin’ Up! 2010-2011 Idea Book and Catalogue that comes out in two weeks!) – but I was working on something to demonstrate at a workshop this week. I also wanted to use one of Stampin’ Up!s  wheel stamps, as there is a special challenge this week over on Just Add Ink. In raising funds for Hudson, they’ve called this challenge ‘Just Add…. Wheels’.

For some reason I grabbed the ‘Trendy Trees’ stampset, and the ‘Funky Forest’ wheel, added a bit of Chocolate Chip and Old Olive ink, and came up with this…..

I used a Kraft (‘Crumb Cake’) base, and Pumpkin Pie cardstock, and stamped on Whisper White (love that stuff!). There’s also a piece of Pumpkin Pie ribbon there, secured with a Vintage brad.

This card is growing on me – great masculine project, don’t you think?

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10 Comments leave one →
  1. 15/08/2010 11:08

    I like it: I’ve been working on “masculine” cards this month and this is very nice. Something so appealing about those funky trees. Sigh… another set for my wish list.

  2. 15/08/2010 13:05

    Bron, I love this! I’ve had Trendy Trees, and the Funky Forest wheel, out, trying to come up with something I’m happy with, but have been having a bit of creative block. You’ve inspired me -thank you! Great card 🙂

  3. 15/08/2010 13:12

    awesome Bron – I just made a card using ‘crumb cake’ too!! lol

  4. 16/08/2010 02:01

    It will always be Kraft to me… lol

    I love how you’ve attached the ribbon. And yep, it’s a great masculine card!

  5. Steph permalink
    16/08/2010 17:24

    Great job. Did they have to call it crumb cake? References to food are often tempting…

  6. 16/08/2010 18:01

    Great card, I love using Kraft, oops Crumb Cake too!

  7. 16/08/2010 21:13

    Oh I love the ‘Funky Forest’. Great choice of colours!

  8. 19/08/2010 01:50

    Perfectly perfect! Great job Bron!

  9. 19/08/2010 05:51

    Love the crisp, clean lines of this card Bron. Great choice of “wheel” too!

  10. 19/08/2010 17:11

    Lovely card Bron and would be perfect for a workshop card to aye? Love the scallop square window

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