Fishing Rules

Julie Warner -

For today’s Technique Challenge (TLC426), the theme is Scrappy & Loopy…use scraps & show some loops that aren’t bows. So my card is made mostly w/ scraps…the deckled vanilla panel I stamped the image on is a leftover and was barely big enough. The layer behind it is a paint chip which I guess counts as a scrap. The other vanilla layer and the dk red layer were both the size  you see so technically, they are not much more than scraps. For the loops, I put a couple of loose loops in this piece of leftover twine. The image was colored w/ Copics. I pierced two of the layers and distressed the edges of the dk red layer. The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25 and the images are all from DRS Designs.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



Stamps: DRS Designs – Fishing Rules, Vicki’s Versatile Background
Paper: vanilla, dk red, paint chip
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, desert sand, rhubarb
Accessories: Copic markers, Spellbinders deckled rectangle dies, piercing tool & mat (SU), distressing tool (Tim Holtz), twine, brad, Cuttlebug distressed stripes embossing folder

3 Responses to Fishing Rules

  1. I was wondering if that was a paint chip. Awesome. My boyfriend would love this card. It turned out so well.

  2. How perfect for my older brother! I love the masculine look with the distressing and the twine and the saying is just perfect! Great job Julie. TFS

  3. What an awesome “guy” card Julie! Love everything about this! Sorry I haven’t been by your blog more often – really wish I had more time – you do such amazing work and have such awesome cards! Your former teammate from SNS, JulieZ