Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Whoo's Ready for a Treasure Hunt

Today I have a Treasure Hunt creation to share with you.

Here's the treasure I found at a recent yard sale:

Does anyone have an idea what it is?
It's a roll of veneer scraps, yep, real wood!
Cost - 50 cents

I used my Stampin' UP! Top Note die to cut a piece of wood for my card.

Although I love using designer papers, I chose not to use any on this card, allowing the wooden piece to be the main background for the owl image.

What a hoot!

Image: The Greeting Farm
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Copic markers
Cardstock: Archiver's Green and Stampin' UP! Summer Sun
Treasure: wood veneer
Embellishments: Stampin' UP! Grosgrain ribbon and Studio 18 rhinestones


Heather said...

Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh!!! I love that!!! What a FABULOUS find and such a creative way to use it!!! You deserve a standing ovation (imagine me standing at my computer with my hair all a mess wearing a robe, drinking my coffee and clapping ... not a pretty site! lol!!!) Your card is tooooo too cute!

April said...

Hmm....I am looking a lot like Heather this morning, but have a Diet Pepsi instead of a cup of coffee....
Such a creative card! LUV IT!

Barb said...

great card--what an awesome treasure find too. I am sure you will use them often in the future.

Marlene said...

WOW!! What a fantabulous idea....looks great! You really do know how to make something out of anything!

Lola said...

OMG what a great idea! How cool is that?

Laurie said...

What a deal! I never find such treasures! And way to use it! Fantasic! Love it! TFS!

~Paola~ said...

wowwwwwwwww....this is totally GENIUS Jeanette!!
absolutly and wonderfully AWESOME!

Inspired By Friends said...

I love that wood. Way cool! Great card.

Berenice R. said...

Super cute :)

djones said...

Great card. Super treasure find and perfect for this card!!!

Patty said...

Fabulous card you made with your awesome yard sale find, great idea to use it on your card!

BlueInks said...

What a great find! I saw some of this in 8 1/2 x 11 sheets at M's for $3 per sheet! Score for you!

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