Ironmongery originally referred, first, to the manufacture of iron goods and, second, to the place of sale of such items for domestic rather than industrial use. In both contexts, the term has expanded to include items made of steel, aluminum, brass, or other metals, as well as plastics.
OK! So here is my card for the challenge-
My husband works with boilers to make power at a local mill. So when Frantic Stamper came out with the pipes I immediately knew I wanted to make this card! Here is a list of materials-
- Embossing Folder: riveted metal (Tim Holtz).
- Dies: bucket (Impression Obsession), pipes (Frantic Stamper), Copic on the colored pieces.
- Paper: copper metallic cs (DCWV-old), white cs, silver (Tim Holtz).
- Stamp: sentiment (Lawn Fawn-Happy, Happy, Happy)
Have a wonderful day!