Monday, 11 July 2016

Woodware Good Luck

The message good luck can give someone the boost they need when facing situations that aren't usual, it lets someone know that your thoughts are with them.  You might want to wish someone how is going to take their driving test or a sporting occasion and many others. The card is usually for an individual but can always be used for teams as well.

So here is my card for a team

This is what  was used

Clear Magic stamp set ...Sports  FRCL041
Clear Magic Just Words Good Luck .... JWS003
Colouring medium of your choice.  (I used alcohol )
A5 card blank
White card
Versafine Black ink pad
Light coloured ink pad
2 pieces of coloured card to go with the coloured image

This is the process

1  The A5 card blank should be folded ready for decorating.

2  Take the piece of white card and stamp the relevant sport stamp for your theme.  I chose Rugby, so I stamped the shirt and shorts, boots, Rugby posts, Rugby ball and Cup.  The images were stamped in irregular pattern using the Versafine ink pad.  Once the images have been stamped I then used the pale ink pad to randomly stamp TRY in between the images.  Trim this piece down for the top segment of the card.

3  The sentiment panel is next, this needs cutting before the stamping is done.  When the piece is cut the stamp the sentiment Good Luck and to the side of this the rossette is stamped and coloured in. The TRY sentiment is stamped over the Good Luck words. In the centre of the rossette I wrote No 1

4  To highlight the word TRY the letters were coloured with a light grey pen and then small black lines were added to enhance the word.

5  Once the colouring is the glossy accents is applied over the top of the cup and the centre of the rossette.  These panels need to left to completely dry.

6  When the pieces are dry Use a distress ink pad and blending tool and go around all the edges, I didn't do this carefully as this was to give impression of the mud that could be on the field.

7  Cut a matt from each of the coloured cards, and layer all of these together with double sided tape.

8  The finished panel is then placed on the A5 blank card.

There is this weeks card,  I hope you like it. 

Thanks for stopping by, for more ideas and inspiration check out the  Woodware blog.



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