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Greetings!   Chris here and I am super "WILD" about sharing this project I created for the Stampendous and Clear Scraps team up!  This is a project featuring my mischievous son at the awesome age of 2!  You remember that age.  This was from the trip where he squished dead minnows in his hands and chased his bigger sisters around the inside of the boat while my and dad tried to fish!

To create this project I started with my Clear Scraps Blank Wood Card.  White-wash the blank card.


Stamp Texture stamp from the Stampendous Cling Wild Texture Rubber Stamp using a brown Archival Ink.  (I just love how the wood grains shows through the texture stamp.)


Stamp two lions with the Stampendous Lion Cling Rubber Stamps and cut using the coordinating die set.  Color lion as desired.


Cut a 3 1/2 inch circle from cardboard or chipboard to use as your photo backing. Cut your photo to  a 3 1/2 inch circle and add to backing. 


Cut Frame from Green Card stock and "square off" to use as the photo frame.  Cut an extra "frame" and cut away grass and leaves to be used on project. 

Add photo and lion and leaves.  Create  and add banner by masking the "Have" portion of the stamp set greeting.  Add jute bows and hanger to finish! 


I hope you enjoyed this project!

Products used:

Clear Scraps Blank Wood Card

Stampendous Lion Cling Rubber Stamps And Cutting Dies Set

Stampendous Wild Texture stamp

Tattered Angels Color Wash

Green Card Stock

Brown Archival Ink




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