When I started making this card I was initially trying to make a purely masculine card but now that I look at it I think that it could be suited for either. To make this card I followed along with the 2 challenges that I followed for the last card. Here are the details again for Color Throwdown #509 and CASe this Sketch #288 by Donna
This time around I looked through my 6X6 paper packs and found a Kasiercraft pack that had Red, Orange and Blue through it. And it also had some extra elements in the back of it including this scalloped circle that I used for the sentiment.
For the sketch I changed up the size of the rectangle elements to suit the size of the circle element. I actually like both cards I made using this sketch because the elements suit each other.
Thanks for stopping by and looking at my project. But before you go I would like to leave you with this last thought:
“LIGHT-BULB MOMENT” oh I just saw this and it was a YES why hadn’t I considered this before. Somethings are hard to let go so now I am going to just let it be! This may be the break through that I have been needing.
Have a Happy Crafty Let It Be Kind of Day, ❤ Tracy
This time around I am here to share a card that is based on a sketch from CASe this Sketch and a Color Throwdown challenge. The challenge details look like this …
I dove into my 6X6 paper packs and found Bluebell by Kasiercraft this had a mix of Red, Orange and Blue which suited the colour challenge. I stamped the Butterfly image onto some card stock and sponged Salty Ocean, Spiced Marmalade and Fired Brick Distress Inks over it. Then I stamped the sentiment onto the Red paper.
This card came together a lot quicker than usual I think that this is because I drew out the sketch first and figured out the sizes. Next time this sketch is used I think the 2 smaller elements should be a little smaller – I noted this on the drawing I made.
Thanks for stopping by and looking at my project today. Before you go I would like to leave you with this last thought:
Oh you should see mine at the moment. It looks like a bomb hit it! I do need to get into sorting through what is on there though. But I did have fun while making the mess so that is something I suppose!
Have a Happy Crafty Cluttered Kind of Day,
Hello everyone. The card that I am sharing with you was inspired by the previous sketch that I used but had to cover a mess so my copying of the sketch didn’t go as planned.
I made this card for a friend of mine who is getting to move into her own place after many years of having to share house with other people. I wanted to make her something to celebrate this milestone. The bird and wattle images are from the August Stamp and Colour Kit by Uniquely Creative. I coloured these in with my Copic markers. The birdhouse is from a magazine the sentiment also came from the magazine stamp set but I updated it to say ‘your’ to better suit a single person.
I really hope that my friend likes her card and has many new and happy memories to come in her new digs. Thanks for stopping by and looking at my project and as always before you leave I want to leave you with this thought:
You don’t need to move address to achieve this but sometimes it helps. Sometimes it is cleaning out the past, arranging (better) the present and preparing for a better future. I feel like I have achieved this of late with my decluttering.
Have a Happy Crafty Arranged Kind of Day,
Hello everyone, I had so much fun creating the last card that I decided that I would make a second one using the same sketch. And I also recycled the circle I had cut for the previous card and used it to make the frame on this card!
Just to remind everyone what CAS Game #123 from AAA Cards looks like here is the details
Again you can see that I created another A6 sized card. All of the products used on this card came from the Uniquely Creative Dreamy Card Kit plus Unicorn image came from the Stay Unique add on Stamp Set. The Unicorn I coloured in with my Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils.
As I mentioned above the circle frame was made with the leftover circle from my previous card. To make this frame I used 2 dies – firstly I used a scalloped die and once I cut this I left the die in place and used Pinked Rashberry Distress Ink with a sponged dauber this left a nice halo which I was pleased with. I wanted to used the outer edge from the die cut but because it was so thin I was afraid that I would rip it when using my 2nd colour of ink. To prevent this I flipped the inked die cut over and replaced the outer cut back around the scalloped piece which gave it a bit of stablity then I carefully sponged Fired Brick Distress Ink.
I flipped it back over and placed the pieces together and placed some tape on the back to keep it together. To make the frame for my image I used a smaller circle die to cut out the centre. I backed this piece with some of the patterned paper from the kit then glued this whole frame down onto the pink textured card stock. Then added my Unicorn to the centre. The enamel dots are from the kit and the Happy Birthday is a sticker from my stash. And that completed the card.
Thanks for stopping by and looking at my project. This post is a little longer than usual because I wanted to let you know my process for producing the frame. But as usual before you go I would like to leave you with this last thought:
I try not to stay in the past for too long. But I do look back to see where I have come from.
Have A Happy Crafty Searching Kind of Day
Hello Everyone, I am sharing with you a card that I made based on a card sketch on the AAA card challenge. This is the details to the card challenge CAS Game #123 – Sketch
I didn’t keep to the square card because I don’t usually do this size so I extended the sketch to fit our Australian size A6 card front. I had so much fun making this card using one of the images that I had coloured in with my Polychromos Pencils. The colours for the van were inspired by the circle element on the front of the van. As soon as I saw it I was reminded of Captain America – so I had to colour it Red, White and Blue. The paper behind the image is from Kasiercrafts Road Trip 6X6 paper pack.
Thanks for stopping by and looking at my project. And as always I would like to leave you with this thought:
I have forgotten this of late. I do like making things and it helps me to feel closer to those who taught me how to craft when I was younger. I have lost all of those who introduced me to being creative.
Have a Happy Crafty Creative Kind of Day,