Sunday, March 6, 2011

HB Woodgrain

This is my last post for my Moxie Fab Week.  The Getting Daring with Decorative Tape Challenge on the Moxie Fab Blog, is ending on March 7th, so I thought I would give it a go one more time.  This time I used strips of washi tape to create a border on my card in place of patterned paper.  I wanted to ruffle the fabric tape, but let's face it ruffles are not very masculine.  Instead of ruffles I added wrinkles to the fabric tape to keep it masculine, but still add a little bit of texture.  I added a little patterned paper and some corrugated letters by Jillibean Soup that I misted with brown and bronze mists.  This was a very quick card - very easy, but I think it a fun masculine card.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Paper: Watercolor cardstock (Archiver's); Patterned paper from Brook collection (Crate Paper)
Stamps: None
Ink: None
Extras: Corrugated Letters (Jillibean Soup); Brown and Bronze Mists (Maya Road); Washi Tapes (mt deco); Fabric tape (e2 Daily); Wood Veneer (SU!)


Tenia Nelson said...

Awesomeness dearie!!!

Cath said...

Hey Tiffany! Thanks for entering the Get Daring with Decorative Tape challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Helen F. said...

Great masculine birthday card. Love the wrinkly tape effect - very cool

Marisa G said...

Love the wrinkly tape and the wood background. This is a great masculine card! You rock these challenges.