Western Fence Hang in There
Other: My Mind’s Eye Lost and Found Two-Breeze, Tim Holtz Distress Inks (Vintage Photo), StazOn Archival Ink (Jet Black), Tim Holtz paper distresser tool, Prismacolor Pencils (PC908, PC909, PC945, PC947), Shapeabilities Labels 18, Crafter’s Cord True Hemp (Camouflage), Diamond Glaze, button, sewing machine , Cuttlebug Machine
Instructions: Fold a 8.5”x11” cardstock in half and cut in half. This will be your card base and it should measure 5.5”x4.25”. Cut a piece of brown cardstock down to 5.25”x4”and a piece of pattern paper down to 5”x3.75”. Distress the edges using Tim Holtz distresser and ink the edges. Machine stitch these two layers together, wrap some twine around the bottom side three times and adhere to background. Stamp the fern image directly unto your stripped pattern paper with Vintage Photo distress ink and lightly distress all the edges with this pad. Stamp unto a cream cardstock the fence image and the sentiment. Die cut and emboss the image using the largest Labels 18 die. Stamp a second image of the fence and color both of these images using Primsacolor pencils. Pop dot the die cut image and apply Diamond Glaze over the wooden looking part of the title for a shiny finish. Lightly distress the embossed edges with Vintage Photo. Stamp and die cut a few thorny branches onto green cardstock. Add them to the left bottom corner. Add a button over them and finish by adding a bow made out of the twine.