Hello! I am sharing a short post today, sharing a simple card inspired by card sketch on Sketch N Scrap.
This is the fun sketch created by Lisa on Sketch N Scrap that is quite versatile for any occasion.
I had the “FUN” banner cut apart from a 12×12 patterned paper in my stash for the longest time and added the “HAVE” alphabet stickers to complete the banner. I decided to use the sticker “worry about the details later” from Shimelle Go Now Go sticker book. Sometimes we should have fun right now without overthinking, right. I thought it would be a fun card to send to a friend.
Hop over to Sketch N Scrap for a lot more inspiration from the design team members. Hope you will play along our challenges – we would love to see your creations, Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!
Hello! It’s Friday card share with Sketch N Scrap again! It’s the last card sketch for the month and I had a lot of fun making cards this month!
My cards are inspired by this card sketch in the archive created by Lisa on Sketch N Scrap:
I used all the papers from Shimelle True Stories. I fussy cut out the coffee cup from the patterned paper and also the lid. I pop up the lid with foam tape for the extra dimension. I also punched out little hearts from other scraps from the same paper pad and embellished the card. I stamped “thanks” sentiment and pop it up as well on the coffee cup.
I found the card design so cute, and I made cards in smaller versions and thought it would be perfect for the gift cards to coffee/tea places.
It is really simple to make and fun. Hop over to Sketch N Scrap and check out the design team members’ inspiration! Hope you will try out and create with our sketches. We would love to see your creations! Thanks for stopping by and Happy crafting!
Hello! Today I have another birthday card to share. It’s been a long time since I made a card without any patterned paper. So it was a lot fun just with inks and stamp and a cup of ice water to make my card.
Firstly, I was inspired by this card sketch designed by Heather on Sketch N Scrap.
I was really inspired by the drips and circular rings. So I wanted that to be the main background of my card. First I blended some Cracked Pistachio Distress Ink onto the card front. Then I had a glass of ice water that had been sitting for a few minutes on the table and put in on my card for a few seconds. Then I just moved the cup to a different position where I want the ring next. It’s just really cool how distress inks works with water.
Then I make some splatters by dropping some water droplets onto the card.
It was really fun and easy to make. Then I stamped my imaged and colored it with Distress Inks as well.
I think it worked really well for a masculine birthday card. Super fun and simple birthday one layer card.
Hop over to Sketch N Scrap to check out what the other design team members had created. We would love to see you play along with our sketches too! Thanks for stopping by and Happy crafting!
Hello! It’s another card share today on Sketch N Scrap! We are celebrating every Friday of the month with cards in honour World Card Making Day. I created a simple birthday card using some scrap patterned paper. It really is my aim to make cards using scraps, mainly because I love the papers too much to throw away even the most little tiny pieces.
I was inspired by this sketch designed by Mandy on the blog:
I have a paint splatters stamp (Recollections from Michaels) which is perfect for the card inspiration. I just stamped it with the color (Hero Arts Soft Cantaloupe) which matched my patterned papers and cut out some squares with my papers. Then I added a sentiment in the middle square to highlight my sentiment. Then I cut out the little cameras and pop it up with some foam tape to embellish the card. A really quick and simple card to make.
I seemed to need birthday cards more than any other cards yet I do not make enough of it. So hopefully I can remember to make more of it lol
We are highlighting Susan Renshaw (past DT member of Sketch N Scrap) on the blog today, so hop over and check out her card design as well as other great inspiration from the design team. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!
I have a card to share today! I decided to go all polka dot frenzy with this card. Polka dot pattern is pretty versatile; suitable for everyone and everything. It is actually really quick and easy to make. It is a Father’s day card! Never be afraid to use pink for masculine cards. Pink fashion in men is extremely popular! 🙂 Well I am sure my dad would not mind it!
I used texture paste with a polka dot background stencil. Then I used different polka dot pattern pattern papers to make banners for the card. I used a 3×4 Project life card for my sentiment. I added alphabet stickers to make my focal sentiment more personal. I inked all the paper edges with Weathered Wood distress ink.
I made my card based on a sketch over at Sketch~N~Scrap. Hop on over their blog for more inspiration.
I am also playing along Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Make it Masculine and Casology: Week #149:Vintage
Here is the inside of the card: I did try to use papers that match the front of the card.
- Papers: My Mind’s Eye Lost and Found & Chalk Studio 6×6 Paper pad, Recollections: white and grey cardstock
- Stamp: Hero Arts Stamp & Cuts Happy set
- Alphabet stickers: October Afternoon Sticky Keys -Key Caps
- Ink: Waffle Flower Petal Point Ink # 9 Coral, Ranger Archival – Watering Can, Weathered Wood distress ink (inked edges)
- Others: texture paste, Adhesives: American Crafts This to That tape runner, Recollections Dots stencil, Project Life card – Cinnamon edition Project Life Core kit, Foam tape
Thanks for stopping by and Happy crafting!