I stopped by the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge for a little inspiration today and found this fun sketch.
I love the simplicity of this sketch…I could imagine it with a plain background, an embossed background or as I finally decided a B&T paper.
The feels like home paper has such pretty florals and I thought I’d just keep things super simple to really highlight them. I layered Charcoal, Pebble & Sage with the Square Thin Cuts to form my box. I stamped a simple hello, added a mink twine bow and a couple of Sugarplum glitter gems to add a little sparkle.
I’m pretty sure this sketch is going to be added to my save file or maybe if I find some more time to play I’ll get another card entered.
Thanks for stopping by…I always enjoy reading your comments, let me know what you think of my card.
Happy Wednesday! As promised on Monday I came back to talk a little more about the Card Workshop Kits and the wonderful instructions that come along with them, but that are also available online.
I love our card patterns – I’m the proud owner and avid user of the terrific tools that make card making (and scrapbooking) faster and simpler. The card kits include brand new patterns that Close to My Heart has designed.
Since I focused on the Lucky Friendship Card Kit on Monday I wanted to continue talking about that particular kit and show you the versatility of using that pattern with other papers. I hope you’ll see how valuable our card workshops are in your card making.
Here I’ve used the So Much Happy Paper and the Paper Pal Pets & Wordfetti Stamp Sets with the same patterns.
Two more cards using the same pattern, but instead the Feels Like Home Paper Packets – you’ll notice I flipped one of the cards to a horizontal layout, but it’s still the same exact pattern.
I hope you realize how versatile the Workshops Your Way Cardmaking Kits actually are and I’ll let you in on a little secret…you can download the instructions for the kits right from my shopping page in the description of the products.
Let me know what you think about our card kits and if you’ve every used them before. I always enjoy your comments.