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I really like this one! I went a bit crazy with some layers for this one. I challenged myself to just use whatever was in arm’s reach of my desk, so I used a lot of stuff from my stash box for this card.
You know I love the layers so I used an embossing folder for my green layer and then went to down with some doily and flowers that I cut in half. I also have a layered sentiment die and then some gemstones, stickers and twine to finish it off.
How will you interpret this sketch? Come by the blog and show us!
This looks like a slimline but the DT has created some great examples of an A2 design with it and Raechelle has incorporated it into her layout, which is pretty cool!
I, myself, went the slimline route with this one.
I love this milkjug die that I’ve had in my stash for a bit. It’s fun to pull out and fill it with some awesome things. This time, I used some left over bits from a Simple Stories Simple Vintage Indigo Garden collection. I did some layout displays for the Scrapshotz booth at Creative Scrapbooker Carnival over the weekend and I knew I had a few bit left that would work for a card as well.
The DP is just from my stash but I love this color palette and I think it turned out well. Be sure to stop by the blog to see the DT and to play along with us this week.
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.
This is coming on to Easter Weekend for us here in Canada so I hope that you have a Happy Easter! I will be heading to our farm in Saskatchewan a little later in the week. Very excited!
Ok….been to the Tuesday Morning Sketches blog yet? Our new sketch is up and we have some amazing DT projects for you!
Here’s this week’s sketch!
For this card I used a Gina K stamp and die set. It’s called Friendly Silhouettes. I did some ink blending with my Stamp Market inks and then I also blended on a scrap and stamped and fussy cut the butterflies out. I die cut the friend sentiment and added it to the stamped Hang in There. A few little gemstones and we are done!
Be sure to play along with us on the blog – we can’t wait to see what you create!
I was playing around with some PinkFresh flower die cuts for my card!
The DP is just from my stash and the sentiment is a new one from my card class a couple of weeks ago! It’s also from PinkFresh and is from the Simplest Gestures stamp set. A little twine and some enamel dots from Your Next Stamp finish off this card!
The DT has some really great projects this week to highlight this sketch (don’t they always though!). I hope you will stop by and give them some love!
So I have been trying to work on some old online card classes that I’ve had sitting here from Scrapbook & Cards Today – the online Crop & Create ones. They pack a lot of punch into those weekends so there are a lot of classes!
I did a Lawn Fawn one, hosted by Jenn Shurkus in the October 2021 event. We got to play with some watercoloring and some fun stamps/dies and stencils from Lawn Fawn of course. These are the Frosties collection.
Now this isn’t the exact card that we made, as I altered it for this challenge, but I really like how it turned out. All those snowflakes and swirls are part of the set we got for the class. The unicorn is a different Lawn Fawn set called Winter Unicorn which I stamped and then colored with some matching Copics. The sentiment is from Stampin Up and then I just added a few enamel dots from my stash.
I hope you like it and don’t forget to stop by the blog so you can play along with us! You can also stop by the SCT blog to find out more about the Online Crop & Create classes (we have another one coming up next weekend and wooweeee..you should see the product we are going to be working with!) by going here.
You will be happy to know, that I didn’t use an SCT sampler this time! 🙂 I’ve had this image and sentiment on my desk for awhile now, given to me in a swap. I really wanted to use it up, so I went with it as the inspiration for the sketch.
I sent pretty simple with this sketch and kept pretty close to it. I colored the image with my copics and the paper is actually a paper pack I picked up from the dollar store. I loved all the leaves and plants in this one and thought it went well. The other sentiment was just from my jar and a few enamel dots and a fun card is ready to go.
Drop by the blog today to play along with us and don’t forget to the leave the rest of the DT some love too!
So ya. I’m behind. By like two days. That’s how long our sketch has already been up on the blog at Tuesday Morning Sketches. I don’t know how I missed this week! Ugh! Better late than never right!
This is one of the easiest sketches you are going to come across to use. You can make it as minimal or as detailed as you want. Perfect for leftover scraps of some embossed cardstock. Don’t want to use a circle? Try a star or an oval or really whatever shape you fancy.
This probably the last card that you are going to see with the July 2020 SCT Sampler because I am all done with it! I love this card. I think it turned out really well. I paired this with a sentiment stamp set from Hero Arts called Cheeky Birthday.
Come on over to the blog, you still have time to create with us!