Sunday, December 3, 2017

The Stamp Review Crew: Wood Words

Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop: Inspiring you one stamp set at a time

Welcome to another Stamp Crew Review Blog Hop!  We share our take on a selected stamp set every first and third Monday.  This week we are focusing on a hot item from the main catalog, Wood Words, which coordinates with the Wood Crate Framelits.  If you are following the hop in order, you have just arrived from the lovely Lou Kitzelman's blog.

When we moved to our farm in September, my daughter wanted to make good-bye treats for her class, which she could also tuck in her forwarding contact information.  You know, because you always have time to pump out 30 treats when you are shoulder deep in boxes, right?

Stampin' Up! Wood Words
So we went with the farm theme on some packaging for Kit Kat bars.  To create, start with a 5 x 5" piece of card stock, punch and score at 2" with the Envelope Punch Board. Rotate CCW, and punch and score at 3". Repeat again on the last two sides at 2" and 3". 

Stampin' Up! Wood Words
Stamps: Wood Words; Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Wood Textures DSP; Ink: Crushed Curry, Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso; Accessories: Very Vanilla Baker's Twine, 1" Circle Punch, Envelope Punch Board, Wood Crate Framelits, Big Shot, Dimensionals.

I've been looking at some farmhouse style signs on Etsy and other places, and it got me thinking about a kitchen or foyer wall hanging.

Stampin' Up! Wood Words
After creating the framed sign, and backed it with a piece of thin die-cut cardboard to result in a thick focal point.

Stamps: Wood Words; Paper: Early Espresso, Basic Black, Wood Textures DSP, Cardboard; Ink: Crumb Cake, Whisper White Craft, Versamark; Accessories: Pearl Jewels, Linen Thread, Silver Mini Brad, White Embossing Powder, Sponges, Hearth & Home Framelits, Big Shot.

ICYMI, here are a couple other projects I have created with Wood Words.

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Hop on over to the fabulous Natalie Lapakko's blog to see what fun projects she has put together with this week's set.



Linda Callahan said...

You are rocking the farm thing girl! The wall hanging on your card is it!

Tanya Boser said...

Wow, that was a lot of treats to create while moving! LOVE the sign board card.

Lou said...

Wow Heidi! Love the treat packaging - how on earth did you manage to that in the midst of packing??? Your wall hanging card is fabulous too.

WebDeb said...

You've created a perfect paper version of a farmhouse sign -- love your choice of DSP!

Mickey Roberts said...

Heidi, I just love your chalk board and you are the champ for making those last minute treats for your daughter (a great idea for a difficult transition).

Anonymous said...

What a great mom you are!! Your rocking the farm thing wanna come help me with cows? lol I love all your projects always make awesome stuff!

Cindy said...

You are such a good mom to drop everything and make those treats! I KNOW how crazy moving can be. Love that you are embracing the whole farm theme with your new home!!!

Natalie Lapakko said...

Congrats on the new farm! And you are such a nice mom. :D I love your country-sweet projects today!

Charlet Mallett said...

Darling treats! I love seeing these in multiples. Shows awesome dedication and I bet these were loved. The Rooster on the chalkboard is darling too! Thanks for sharing.

Betty said...

I love how the rooster is prominent in each of your projects. Perfect for your new country setting!

Kelly Kent said...

I love the idea of moving treats! So clever Heidi! Kelly x