STAMP ON!!!

Friday, June 20, 2008

Bob's Father's Day Card

This little beauty was a card that I learned to do at my up-line's meeting - that would be at Tracy Altemose's home. She learned this technique she shared with us, from her BFF, Diana Gibbs. Her BFF is also in our INKredible demonstrator group. AND - they are two of the most danged talented stampers anywhere....I know they are both known in Tina's group - and Tina has 1,000+ demo's in her down-line....and so that is saying something about their talent!!


The card is made to look like wood...and each line of wood is a cut piece of card stock...I just wish the picture did the card justice, because my husband was impressed - that's how WOW it is!!! Hope you enjoy looking at it as much as I loved making it (and still looking at it - LOL)!!!

11 comments:

louise said...

This is AWESOME!!!! I so want detailed instructions!

Alexandra said...

This is fabulous - you need to send me the directions, woman!!! Love this - help a SU! sistah out, would ya, lol! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

NattyK said...

Fab Card! x

Manna said...

This is definitely a WOW, Reen! You had to cut each of those board? What patience!

Wendy said...

Very cool technique you used for your background! The close-up photo of the card shows it pretty well. I am impressed that your hubby was impressed....that is also pretty cool! They surprise us sometimes, don't they? :)

Have a great day!
Wendy

Kim Marie said...

How neat this looks! A perfect MAN card!! You did such a great job, this would be a great submission card!!
Kim Marie

LuLu said...

Brilliant card and that background . . . . simply WOW !

Tonya Williams jmwtlw@sbcglobal.net said...

I love this card. Beautiful colors! I love the board techniques.

Wendy said...

You've been tagged...see my blog for the details!

Have a great day!
Wendy

Debbie Yates said...

Way cool- can you send detailed instructions for the "wood" background? thx-

Anonymous said...

Maureen,
I would love to have your directions for this card! This is a great one! Love it.
BettyAnn