As it’s Wednesday there’s a new sketch to play along with at Freshly Made Sketches. This week our talented sketch designer, Kim Singdahlsen, has created a fabulous sketch.
Sometimes I can overthink which stamp set would be the best set to use for a sketch, but for some reason, using the Beautiful You Stamp Set came to me straight away.
The elegant image I’ve used has been coloured with my Pool Party and Smoky Slate Blends. The sentiment I’ve added to the layering is also from the Beautiful You Stamp Set. After I layered all my strips of cardstock, sentiment and image, I felt my card was lacking in detail so I stamped some flowers from the Dressed To Impress Stamp Set and coloured them with Mango Melody & Pool Party Blends. The little handbag fitted my fashion theme perfectly. This bag is fussy cut from the Best Dressed DSP.
The team at Freshly Made Sketches have created awesome cards with this weeks sketch. Pop over to the challenge and see what they’ve created.
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I created projects recently for my class girls that featured Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper before it retired. It’s taken me a few weeks to remember I hadn’t put them on my blog.
The two first projects are using Stampin’ Up!s Dragonfly Dreams. I was so glad that this stamp set carried over as it’s one of my favourites.
This is one of my go-to layouts. I’m a huge circle fan and by layering some circles and adding a couple of banners, the card has a fullness to it that I love. My dragonfly is lightly coloured with Stampin’ Up!s Watercolor Pencils to give it a little more definition and I added some Black Metallic Thread to finish it off.
For my second project we made a post-it notepad holder with calendar. We used the same pencil technique to give the dragonfly a bit of colour. I stamped this fabulous sentiment from Beautiful You as it fit perfectly on my card stock and also because I really liked the words. I added some Black Linen Thread and a sequin just because I liked the look of it!
We then moved on to Stampin’ Up!s Lift Me Up stamp set. We created two cards using this set.
The first card could be for either a male or a female with these colours and these stamps. My usual cards are florally so it’s nice to have a card in my stash for a man. If we had more time in the class, we could’ve coloured the balloons, but I liked them clean and didn’t want them to clash with the background DSP.
Our last card was a shaker card. We’d never made one before and I hoped they liked it. Shaker cards are fun and can be used for any age group.
I hope you enjoyed these projects.
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