Wooden Bird Plaque and Card

Hi everyone

Ooops, little bit late with this post today.
I hope everyone is well.
Today I would like to share a little bird plaque and card I made using Lesley Wharton’s free papers.


These papers are fabulous.
I printed a piece of the backing paper off and just stamped the bird and tree image, added the highlights on the berries and fussy cut around the image.
I covered the wooden plaque with a piece of script backing paper using PVA to attach it to the wood.
I applied one coat of Mod Podge to the script paper to seal it.
When it was dry I sanded down the edges to reveal the wood.
I then attached my stamped piece using PVA.
I gave the whole piece two more coats of Mod Podge.
I then added the fabric strips and embellishments to finish.

FlorenceLangleyCards 023dThe papers are great for making really quick cards.
I just stamped my image onto the papers, added some highlights and fussy cut around.
The card was made up as seen using some mulberry paper as a backing.

Chocolate Baroque Stamps Used: Woodland Dreams and Fantastic Florals

Thank you for looking.

Florence x


  1. Kylie

    Woah! Just wow, Flo. These papers and stamps are beautiful but what you create with them takes them to another level. Absolutely jaw dropping, my friend xx

  2. lynne

    The papers look as though you were playing with lots of paints to create your own background – gorgeous!
    Two stunning projects.

  3. maria

    You really are some special artist, dear Florence, these are wonderfull samples, I really love your colours and images!!!


  4. Shari T.

    Gorgeous and Gorgeous, Flo!! WOW–those are papers? Very cool and you’ve showcased their intricate details wonderfully!! OK–YAY, more non-Christmas creations 😉 LOL!! 🙂 XOXO-Shari

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