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May 01, 2014
Welcome back to the Paper Trail Blog featuring the fabulous Timberline papers. This is such a masculine paper and a lot of fun to use.
If you have come from Betsy’s blog, you are in the right place and if you have just popped in to visit then feel free to have a good browse. The blog hop is circular so once you have visited everyone you will end up where you have started.
For my post today I have done a layout of my son using the WOTG layout with my own twist. I cut out the basic layout months ago and finally with this blog hop I managed to get it completed. I could not believe that the school photo of James went so well with the Twilight base card and I also managed to find some photos of James playing cricket at about the same age and once again the photos went well with the colours. Here is the layout:
My Cricut machine got another good workout. I have used the Artbooking cartridge to cut the vines and leaves, the Ready. Steady.Go and the All Boy titles and the Art Philosophy cartridge for the scalloped matting. The leaves have been cut using Ponderosa Pine cardstock and then layered with Olive cardstock. I have then distressed them all with Desert Sand ink to add some dimension to the leaves. I have also used an embossing tool to add some texture to the vine leaves. Here is a close up of the leaves:
I have kept to a fairly simple colour scheme – just using Ponderosa Pine and Desert Sand inks on the Ponderosa Pine, Bamboo and Twilight cardstock. I think this makes for a very harmonious layout.
Here is a list of the materials I have used for the layout:
Cardstock – Twilight, Bamboo, Ponderosa Pine, Colonial White
Inks – Ponderosa Pine. Desert Sand
Papers – Timberline
Stamp sets – Catch You Later, Take Note Cricut Bundle, Tech Speak
Cricut Cartridges – Art Philosophy, Artbooking
I have also made some fishing cards from these papers. I love the Timberline paper with it’s beautiful plaid pattern and the wonderful woodgrain effect paper – very versatile. In the past I have found it very difficult purchasing decent masculine cards and CTMH make it so easy to make cards for everyone.
The materials used are:
Cardstock – Colonial white, Cashmere, Chocolate, Slate
Paper – Timberline
Inks – Cashmere, Chocolate, Twilight
Stamp sets – Catch You Later, Joyful Birthday, Just a Number
Bakers Twine – Chocolate
Sparkles Black and Grey Assortment
(I have used my Scorpal to score the horizontal lines – time to get the CTMH Stripe embossing folder I think!).
I hope you have enjoyed your visit here and seen how much fun the Timberline papers are. Now hop on over to Mary’s blog here to check out her fabulous creations.
September 23, 2020
Kia Ora Koutou Welcome back to Inspiration Wednesday and we have some a brand new release to celebrate today. These new Sentiments Stamps and Dies are amazing to add something special to your cards. Products Used: Elaborate Birthday Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3937Elaborate Birthday Die, HCD1-7322Purr-fect Posies...
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September 21, 2020
Kia Ora Koutou I am so excited to share a card with you that I have created using a combination of beautiful dies from Amazing Paper Grace. I love white on white cards and the soft white flowers and green leaves made this perfect for a sympathy card. To create this card I have used …
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September 16, 2020
Kia Ora Koutou Welcome to Inspiration Wednesday at Heartfelt Creations and today I have a card that I have made with gorgeous vellum zinnias from the Summer’s Garden collection. Other Products: Heavy cardboard, Distress Oxide inks – Wild Honey, Candied Apple, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, Hero Arts Embossing & Watermark ink, hot glue gun, Reeves …
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