Sunday, 11 September 2016

Well, That May Be A First

Hello.  Welcome.  Gosh, me again.  I think I may need to do this more often!!  Loving my twine wrapped block and since it's a matter of put it away or use it, well...... let's use it.  

And another bloke card.   I might get to like this.  Mojo at full speed and using the stash....  I masked the bottom of the card using a piece of ripped paper.  Maybe I should have ripped it a bit more unevenly since the 'grass' at the bottom is a bit straight.  But then again, can't play football unless the grass is clipped!  So I went with the Mowed Lawn distress for the top half, stamped with the twine wrapped block, then Pine Needle distress for the bottom part, again stamped with the twine wrapped block, but I over-stamped lots to get the closer texture.  The football dude is from Panduro Boys set, stamped on a piece of card salvaged from a teabag box, fussy cut and playing in patriotic red, white and blue.  The sentiment is from MFP Paper Doll Paige set.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Again.  Shall I stop now?  Or just change technique???   It seems a pity to waste the mojo........   Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP Stamps Challenge 37 - Twine Wrapped Block Technique
The Craft Barn Weekly Challenge - Men Bank Holiday
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Stamp It 


  1. Boy, you are on a great twine cardmaking binge! Excellent! Great grass with the green twine. Thanks again for joining us at MFP Stamps Challenge! hugs

  2. Lovely card! Thanks for taking up the challenge at The Craft Barn. Wish you lots of luck in the draw and hope to see you again xx

  3. Adorable image and card. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  4. Yep, your mojo is really working now! I like the overstamping of the twine wrapped block to make the grass.


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