It's a stash challenge at The Male Room this fortnight, and we have been asked to use hardware, such as brads, eyelets and charms. That means I had a chance to use some of my very favourite brads (apart from my beloved dragonflies) - screw-headed ones. They go perfectly with wood-effect card and paper, and this time I used them with some Kanban card printed to look like a row of planks - perfect for a tool shed wall. I cut off one plank to "screw" to the wall, and added a peel-off birthday greeting to it. I didn't have a black one the right size or style, so I coloured a gold one with a Promarker (Promarkers take a bit longer to dry than the peel-off pens we used to have when peel-offs were at their height of popularity, but give then 5 minutes and they do a great job). I added eyelets for the corners, mainly because the legs of my brads were too long for the look I wanted to achieve.
The tools and toolbox are images from DeeDees Digis "Tool Time" set, sized, printed and fussy cut. Mind you when it came to the tiny spaces under the tool box handle I really regretted my decision to fussy cut them, but I've stopped swearing now.