I found this great technique called Faux Wood-grain.
I love it, it is so easy. This particular color wood-grain is as follows:
More Mustard Card Stock
Take your More Mustard Stamp pad and open it up, and drag it down your M/M card Stock about 3 - 4 times. Then take your Close to Cocoa Ink pad and drag it down the same card stock, over the M/M ink. Take Choc Chip Ink and do the same. Finally take you Whisper White Ink and drag it down , you judge how much white you want on the finished product.
I then got my journaler and a ruler and ruled on the lines for the floor board look. Don't forget to put the nail heads in.
So came up with a couple of men cards. They are the hardest to produce. Hope you like them
Stamps: Totally Tools
Card Stock: More Mustard, Basic Black, Very Vanilla
Ink: As above for technique
Accessories: Spiral Punch, Small Star Punch, brad, Curly Label Punch
Stamps: Totally Tools and Birthday
Card Stock: Old Olive, More Mustard, Basic Black, Very Vanilla
Ink: As Above for Technique and Old Olive
Accessories: Large Tag Punch, snips
Hope you all have fun trying this, also try in different colors.
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