Sunday, September 23, 2012

A Rack of Friends

Tuscan is not my decorating style - but there sure were a lot of lovely things in the Bella Soleil inspiration web site for the Split Coast Inspiration challenge this past Saturday.

I was inspired by one of the examples Steph showed us - this wall wine rack
And here is the card I created

I used Grunge Paper for my rectangles. I embossed them with a bark embossing folder and colored them with Ranger Distress stains.  I embossed the card base with my Bricked embossing folder. Then I sponged the panels and the card base with Brushed Cordauroy.

I layered the panels onto the card popping up alternating ones. I cut the sentiment with a Hexagon Nestie, sponged it before taking it out of the die and layered it onto the card with foam tape.

My sentiment is from the Discover Word Set by Rubbernecker.

I participated in the Virtual Stamp Night over on Split Coast this weekend -  so I'll be having several cards to show you over the next few days!

Thanks so much for dropping by today!

Stamps: Rubbernecker - friends from Discover Word Set
Paper: Rustic Cream - PTI, Grunge Paper - Tim Holtz Ideology
Ink: Archival Coffee, Ranger Distress Brushed Cordaroy
Accessories: Ranger Distress stains - Worn Lipstick, Picket Fence, Weathered Wood, Scattered Straw, Hexagon Nestabilities, Sizzix Bricked Emb Folder, Spellbinders Bricks and Bark M-bossabilities

8 comments:

~amy~ said...

I really like this! Awesome take on the inspiration!

Patti J said...

Beautiful card, Julia - love your take on the inspiration photo! Great job :) Thanks for sharing...

maryr917 said...

this is a great inspired card Julia-love teh grunge paper you used as well on your layout

Pauline said...

Wow, what a fabulous take on the challenge picture! I love the rich colours and masculine feel to this, a wonderful card!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Absolutely fabulous. What a creative design!

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Annette said...

wow awesome take on the inspirational photo...love it

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Beautiful Julia! Love all the texture and little hexagon!

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