Woodware Challenge – Week 91 – Animals Wild and not so Wild

Good morning, the system has gone to pot! I wrote the post below last night and checked Pam’s blog this morning, she has posted a lovely card, but for some reason I don’t have an e-mail from her, so today you have 2 for one. Pop over to see what Pam has to show at the Pampered Stamper, sorry about the confusion.

Hello this is going to be a very short post, but hopefully I will return to normal tomorrow! I have just returned to Aberdeen from a two week trip for the CHSI trade show, and have just realised that Pam, our contributor from the US has not sent me the post that I was going to write up, well she may have sent it but I don’t have it, and Pam is at the moment in Dublin with her husband following her visit with us in Birmingham, so I am going to share with you a project that Pam taught for Lynell of Dreamweaver on our stand at the show.

Pam has used one of the Woodware A4 clip boards and papers from one of the GCD 8 x 8 pads .

The stencil is one of the new Dreamweaver ones Leafless Tree which Pam has used part of on some cork stencilling with Truffle Mix’d Media Inx and then creating the scene with various Metallic f/x

The telephone is also new which Pam has done with stencil paste which she has coloured with the mica pigments.

The owl is partly on cork and partly on some card, which is hiding a note book.

Here is version 2

I love this project, I love the way that it all goes together and the Hounds Tooth  stencil is carried over the owl and the background.

Thank you for visiting see you tomorrow!

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