Coloring on wood chips from camp inspired me to make this card. When I was a child logging activity was occuring near or around our camp on a regular basis and I remember collecting half circles of wood and wanting to draw or paint on them , although, after a long weekend they usually would end up in the campfire. We also would crack fungus off the side of the trees and scrape images into the fungus with sticks. ( now I know why I have memory loss, all that fungus spore inhalation) :)
This card was created as an easel card:
A muse stamps
NEW Birch Paper
New Apricot Paper
Fiskars circle template and shape cutter.
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