While this card has a lot of elements to it, it actually came together quite fast. Glossy Accents glued down the twine very quickly and a thin strip of cardstock from an earlier project is looped through the coin, glued to the back, and serves to hold down the pine needles. The coin was then attached with a large glue dot. The background is yet another scrap saved from Fred Mullett’s wonderful class that I took a few years ago. We splattered, stenciled, splashed and spritzed the day away and I am crossing fingers for a return adventure before too many more years have passed. Lastly, a simple sentiment that looks sort of Asian – but isn’t – and I think we’re done with this card!
Cardstock: Generic Rust, Beckett Moonlight, Bazzill Vanilla, scraps from
Fred’s classStamps: Club Scrap “Thank You!”
Inks: Hero Black, various sprays and washes from Fred’s class
Dies/Punches: Papertrey Ink Angled Labels
Impression Plate: Papertrey Ink Herringbone
Doo Dads: Dried pine needles, Chinese coin, jute twine