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Thank You Wood Card by Nancy Nickel



Hello, everyone! It's Nancy Nickel here with a new project share!


Today I'm featuring the "Thank You Wood Card",

which you can find HERE.

These wood cards are so much fun to play with!

There are so many styles to choose from too.


Here's the card I created:

I began by covering the front and back pieces with Picket Fence Distress Stain.

I didn't bother with the insides because I knew they would be covered with paper.

Once the distress stain was dry, and using a fan brush,

I added two very light coats of Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam in Hammered Copper. 

Here's a look at the back of the card.

The shimmer and glitter is so pretty! 

Behind the "Thank you" I added a piece of the Rinea Glossy Foiled Paper in Copper.

It shines through beautifully and makes the words pop out!

To attach the front to the back, 

I simply cut cardstock to fit, scored it across the top,

and adhered it in place on the inside of the wood pieces.

Now there's a spot to stamp a sentiment and write a message!

Finally, I added a sparkly copper bow to the front of the card!


Other Materials Used: 
Paper: Recollections - Cardstock; 
Color: Tim Holtz Distress Stain - Picket Fence; 
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam - Hammered Copper; 
Ribbon: Crafts; 
Foil: Rinea Copper Glossy Foiled Paper.

From Clear Scraps:

Thank You Wood Card


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Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

I'll be back with another project share soon! 

Come visit me at The Nickel Nook!

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 Nancy Nickel - Clear Scraps Designer


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