Michele's hosting today's Ways to Use It challenge and she's asked us to go green - colour, reuse, recycle or any combination of those!
We have young silver birch trees in our garden and just this morning I peeled off some of the loose, thin bark thinking it might be good for a papercraft project - so I think I have the ultimate "green" material here! The tree trunk and the sentiment words are stamped on the bark (stuck to paper first to make it sturdy enough).
I've used scrap paper from my desk for the tree too, just turning it over and using the back of experimental bits and pieces!
Stamps (all Cornish Heritage Farms):
Spring Trees (Kim Hughes collection)
Everyday Petites (Mona Lisa Moments line)
Kraft shipping tag
Silver birch bark!
Scrap copy paper
Tim Holtz Distress ink by Ranger (Peeled Paint)
Stazon by Tsukineko (Timber Brown)
Glaze pen by Sakura (red)
Inkssentials white pen by Ranger
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2009 GMT Views: 613