••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Each day we venture further away from the sketch. The way I see it, there are zero rules or limitations when it comes to sketches. That's the beauty of them, you can use them as a starting point and incorporate your own style, ideas, and themes with ease.
Card Sketch #2
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In My Heart by Allison Davis
Supply list - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper and chipboard: BasicGrey; Embroidery floss: DMC
Variation #1 - A super easy way to change up the look of the sketch is to change the shapes and/or theme. I went with hearts instead of the circles on the sketch. They still somewhat follow the same placement as the circles on the sketch with a few minor changes due to the size of hearts I was working with.
Variation #2 - Because I feel the need to stitch on anything I can pull a needle through, I added a hand stitched border around the three patterned paper hearts. Stitching is perfect for adding an extra detail and finishing touch to a simple shape.
Variation #3 - I rounded the top and bottom corners on the right side of the card.
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