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Cardinal Stamping and Winner

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Hi, friends! Today I have some color layering stamping to share. But this time, I’m stamping on wood and not paper. These wood tags are meant for mason jar labeling (I found them at the craft store) but I’ve used them to make a keychain and an ornament.

Distress Inks seem to work the best on the wood, with little feathering of the ink. I stamped both projects with the Color Layering Cardinal Stamp Set.

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I used Distress Ink in Candy Apple and Mowed Lawn, Black Staz-On ink and Strawberry Hybrid Ink. Fast and easy and perfect for adding to a present or for an ornament exchange. You could add the year on the back or a name with stickers or marker.

 

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I stamped the keychain with the mini flowers with this stamp set, using Distress Inks in Mowed Lawn, Candy Apple and Vintage Photo. Again, easy and fast to make and give. I think it’d be wise to spray a fixative on this if you’re worried about it getting wet. As you know, Distress Inks react with water.

And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for…(drumroll here)…the winner from the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Rafflecopter Giveaway is…

Christi Steinbeck!!! You get $25 to the a2z store to spend as you like. 

Thanks to everyone for playing along!

layer-it-challenge-bannerDon’t forget to join in this month’s challenge, Layer It, to try to win your very own $25 gift code to the store.

Happy Sunday!

charkColor Layering Cardinal Stamps

Strawberry Hybrid Ink

Distress Inks

Ball Wooden Tags

Author: craftychark

Loves reading, crafting, writing and The Wizard of Oz.

2 thoughts on “Cardinal Stamping and Winner

  1. Charming tags!! So creative!1

  2. That is very creative! Stamping on a wood tag!

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