Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Great technique!


Please join us over at Just Us Girls this week for this GREAT technique hosted by Sharyn!

It’s called Weathered Wood!

I had so much fun doing this and it is so simple!!

JUGS technique

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Isn’t Sharyn’s card AMAZING!!!  I LOVE IT!

Here is a link to show you how to do it!

I sure hope you play along with the girls and I!

Here is a link to the JUGS BLOG!

I have to make this a quick post as I still have family in town

that is staying with us.

Take care,


11 thoughts on “Great technique!

  1. You got me by the color! Love the grouping of flowers too!

  2. Love the wide worn planks! Perfectly aged in the sunlight! Pretty card, wonderful sentiment!

  3. Gorgeous card and your wood background looks so real. Love the sentiment too. I am definitely going to try this technique. TFS

  4. Your card is fabulous! Love the turquoise paneling and great focal flower cluster

  5. I am in love with that color…..absolutely gorgeous! Your flowers are perfect too! You did a great job with this technique!

  6. Beautiful! I love the blue wood. Love all of the beautiful flowers and that fun flourish, too.

  7. Love this blue weathered wood! Pretty flowers too!

  8. LOVE the weathered wood – how cool is that??!!! LOVE your colors, all of those flowers, and that FAB sentiment! Wonderful card, Nancy!

  9. Gorgeous card Nancy!!! Love the wood look. I’m going to hop over and see how its done. Thank you!! ~Sophia

  10. this is so pretty. I love that wood look and the flowers are lovely!
    beesmom at splitcoast

  11. Love the colored wood and the flowers are so pretty! Lovely card!

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