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Hi Everybody Karen here this week.

Welcome to our MIUM Wood Background Challenge….. Last week on the hop I had a couple of ladies ask about the wooded background on one of my cards from the hop, So I decided to do this for the Challenge. No real Wood, or wood embossing folders. On this Challenge you must do a wood background using a technique like the two Gina uses in her videos. You can watch Here or Here There are other videos that she does the woodgraining technique on, this is just two I choose. You can do anything that resembles these techniques. Have fun and you can use any colors. 

Here is the card I made for this Challenge : 

 

 

I created the wood background using Gina K Designs inks in Ocean Mist, Turquoise Sea, Dk Choc., & White. Layered it on a piece of Gina K Designs Black Onyx card stock then a layer of Grass Green that I stamped some leaves in Grass Green ink. Put that all on top of Tomato Soup Card Base.  I then stamped the Big Beautiful Flower in Tomato Soup and colored in with Spectrum Noir markers. I used CR-1, CR-9, CR-10 Stamped the leaves in Grass Green and used the White Pit pen by Faber -Castell.

The stamps are from the New StampTv Kit Here Come the Sun.

Now for the small print:

Be sure to use the Tag:  STV14MON23

Click Here to the GALLERY

Be sure and have your creation uploaded to our gallery no later than Sunday, June 15th at 8PM CST.  Be sure to add the tag 'STV14MON23' to your creation so we will be able to see all the entries together in one gallery!

Hope you all get a chance to play along, Have fun Creating.   :)

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Yay!  I wanted to use this technique!

Okay, but how did you make those dots for "nail heads", that are in the ends of each "plank" of your fake woodgrain pattern??? 

Gina didn't show that in her videos.  I like that look, so, please tell how you did it? 

Gorgeous card.  Love that lattice work.

I agree with Anna. How did you create the specific woodgrain look you created on your card? It's different from what Gina shows in her video.

I want to know too!! Those little "nail heads" are just the perfect little extra. It's a small thing that adds so much.

Ok Ladies, I scored the paper then turned it on the side and scored the small lines. I used a stylus and just pushed in little circular motions to create the nail head look  Hope that makes since. Then I used the scored side that is raised. I just got a little creative. Try different colors and different sized lines…  Have fun and let your imagination run wild…   :)

This is a beautiful example card! Thank you for hosting this challenge.

FABULOUS card and challenge Karen!  I love the little nailhead details!

OK, thanks! That does make sense, and it looks great!

Karen Hightower said:

Ok Ladies, I scored the paper then turned it on the side and scored the small lines. I used a stylus and just pushed in little circular motions to create the nail head look  Hope that makes since. Then I used the scored side that is raised. I just got a little creative. Try different colors and different sized lines…  Have fun and let your imagination run wild…   :)

Thanks Sharon… 


Sharon Underwood said:

OK, thanks! That does make sense, and it looks great!

Karen Hightower said:

Ok Ladies, I scored the paper then turned it on the side and scored the small lines. I used a stylus and just pushed in little circular motions to create the nail head look  Hope that makes since. Then I used the scored side that is raised. I just got a little creative. Try different colors and different sized lines…  Have fun and let your imagination run wild…   :)

Karen,  You couldn't make a bad card if you tried!  Stunning girl!!  

Love this! Awesome card! :)

Your card is lovely, fabulous Challenge!

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