Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Card Week, Part 2

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Card Sketch #12


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"Boo 2 U" card by Melissa Elsner
Supplies - Paper, die cuts, corrugated alpha: Jillibean Soup; Cardstock: Core'dinations; Letter Stickers: Echo Park Paper Co.

Variation #1: Overall, I stayed true to the measurements given for this sketch. For the top square, I cut out one of the frames from the Jillibean paper. It was the perfect size.

Variation #2: The cluster of embellishments on the sketch inspired me to do some fussy cutting. Those monsters were too cute to not include on this card!


Variation #3: I added some stitching to help bring it all together.

  
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"Friendship" card by Amy Roller
Supplies - Cardstock: Stampin Up!; Stamps: Stampin UP!, Close To My Heart; Ink/Markers: Archival, Stampin Up!; Blender pen: Stampin Up!; Patterned paper: unknown; Ribbon: Micheals,; Glitter Accent: Stickles (Patina)

On this card I made everything 1" smaller because of the size of cardstock I was starting with. I layered my cardstock, paper and ribbon as follows: yellow/blue/pattern paper/ribbon/yellow/white and also used a border punch on the pattern paper piece. The ribbon is another variation instead of a striped paper.


I decided to use stamps directly on the layered cardstock rather than add a 3D embellishment and I used flowers and a butterfly instead of stars and swirls. Next I stamped my images and then colored them using five different colors. I then blended them with a blender pen to create a water colored look. I also added in some shading around the bottom of the pot and butterfly.



I stamped the flowers twice and colored the second image as well them cut out just a portion of the flowers and popped them up on top of the first image to add depth and detail.

Next I added Stickles to the center of each flower.

Last, I stamped my sentiment and matted it as well, placing it in the bottom left of the card.


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"Happy Birthday" card by Carolyn Wolff
Supply List - Cardstock: Bazzill, Worldwin
; Patterned Papers: unknown; Ribbon: American Crafts; 
Die: My Favourite Things (small star), Cricut (large star); Ink: Ranger Distress Ink (Vintage Photo, Memento); Pop Dots: EK Success; Stamp: My Favourite Things (Happy Birthday), unknown (Swirl); Floss: DMC; Stickles: Ranger; Border Punch: Fiskars; Scoring Tool: ScorPal

To celebrate National Cardmaking Day I decided to make a card.

Variation #1 – I matted the 4 squares with cardstock to pop them off the base of my card.


Variation #2 – I used a border punch and added ribbon for the striped strip running through the middle of my card.

Variation #3 – I made a 3-dimensional star and accented with smaller die-cut stars.


Variation #4 – I stamped the swirl using Versamark and then added Stickles to accent.


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"Hello Friend" card by Christine Chain
Supplies - patterned paper: Echo Park, Jillibean Soup; letter stickers: American Crafts, Jillibean Soup; brads: Doodlebug Designs; rhinestones: Kaiser craft; flowers: Bazzill Basics

This was another fun card sketch from Allison at Sketch Support! I had a bunch of Jillibean and Echo Park scraps in my stash, begging to be put to good use. I picked out a few colors to go together and had some fun. The rhinestones were part of a circle that I cut apart so that I could have some flourishes for the flowers.

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4 comments:

dawn said...

Amy your card is beautiful, love the flowers and sentiment.

Carolyn, Christine, Melissa, your cards are bright and fun. I like that your cards showed 4 different PP squares instead of just one.

Great job to all 4 of you!!

Megan B said...

another great day of cards! Great job ladies!

Sue Althouse said...

I love seeing all the different looks from the same sketch!

Lynette said...

I love them all.