I haven’t done a lot of shaker cards lately, so I thought that I would go for one on this card! I don’t have any arch dies, so this was as close as I could get. Great thing about sketches are that they are a jumping off point. Sometimes you have to adjust according to your vision, or in my case supplies!
I just used some stash stuff for this one. I like the colors! I hope that you will stop by the blog today and check out what the rest of the team has created for you! Some really great projects!
I picked this one, because it’s so simple and really, you can use just one piece of 6×6 double sided paper and some focal image or embellishment and voila, you are done. You could literally make this in 5 mins!
So this was my first card back in February of last year!
Here’s today’s for you!
So an interesting note. I created the second card first and then went back to find the first one for this post. I was surprised at how similar the two are! 🙂 I used one piece of 6×6 paper that was tucked in with a birthday card that I was given to make this card. I die cut some cardstock circles to match. The sentiment is just from my stash and the vellum leaves are Stampin Up. A few enamel dots and gems from my stash and this is ready to go!
Be sure to head to the blog for the rest of the DT showcases and I can’t wait to see what you create too!
Hello all! It’s Tuesday Tuesday. Skip on over to the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog and you will find this week’s awesome sketch to play along with!
A great, fun sketch and easy to play along with.
Still playing with my October 2019 SCT sampler, I used papers from the Pebbles This is Family Collection. I also used the puffy sentiment sticker that came in my sample and I added some gold enamel dots from my collection. The flowers I’m sure you recognize from earlier cards. I had a lot of these flowers printed off and they make great focal points for cards!
Be sure to stop by our blog and see the rest of the great cards from the design team using this week’s sketch and I hope you will play along with us too!
I hope you had a lovely Easter holiday! Sadly on my end, although I was happy to head to my farm in Saskatchewan, we arrived back yesterday and realized that we all have Covid. It is not a fun time in this house! 😦
I had this Lawn Fawn cupcake die set that I had never used, and to be honest, I don’t know where I got it from. I did want to use it tough and so I paired it with some fun papers from my stash as well as a fun birthday sentiment. Of course, enamel dots right!
Be sure to head over to the blog to see what fun the rest of the DT has created for you and we hope that you will play along with our challenge this week.
Howdy everyone! We are halfway through June if you can believe it! Have you been over to the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog yet? Here’s our new sketch!
I really liked the look of this one and it’s not a pattern that I would do on a regular basis so it was nice to be outside my comfort zone a bit!
I chose to rotate mine to a horizontal view. I’ve used all papers and accessories from my stash as I was trying to clean up my desk so that I can start some new projects. I love the purples together and again, it’s not a color I work a lot with!
It’s time for you to play along with us and the DT has some amazing takes on this week’s sketch so be sure to stop by and leave them some love!
Of course the DT has created some awesome pieces for you to be inspired by. Here is mine for you!
As I am slowing making my way through my old SCT samplers I used the August 2018 one for this card. Using the My Bright Life Collection by Pebbles. I also added in a pink doily from my stash as well as some black twine and some enamel dots also from my stash. This is a great sketch to do an anything kind of card.
Be sure to stop by the blog and show us what you created with this week’s sketch!
The DP is from my stash. The die cuts I used are the swirly scribbles from Stampin Up. I added some sequins from my stash and a sentiment from Scrapbook.com. Our cute little owl there is from Michaels. I have a big pack of them so he may show up on another project!
Head on over to the blog to see what the rest of the team has created and to play along, we can’t wait to see what you create.