Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Card Week, Part 2

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Card Sketch #16


You can download and print this sketch by clicking on the card sketches link found under the "printable sketches" tab on the right sidebar.


"Bundle Up" by Shari Thurman
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper and Ephemera: Pink Paislee; Adhesive: ATG by Scotch, EK Success 3D dots and Zots; Ink: Colorbox Chalk Ink (Chestnut Roan); Thread: DMC; Tools: We R Memory Keepers Paper Piercer and Piercing Mat

Variation #1: I placed pattern paper along the bottom of the card and added my sentiment. I used 3D dots to elevate the sentiment slightly.


Variation # 2: I stitched the grid onto the card and then placed the hearts on top, rather than stitching through the hearts as shown on the sketch.

Variation #3: I layered the hearts in the center column using 3D dots.

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"I Just Love You" card by Allison Davis
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper: My Mind's Eye; Heart punch: Martha Stewart; Stamp: Technique Tuesday; Ink: Colorbox Fluid Chalk Ink

Variation #1 - I used much larger hearts than the sketch suggested.

Variation #2 - I didn't add the stitching in the grid pattern across the hearts.

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"Little Lady" by Lynette Jacobs
Supply List - Cardstock: Kraft paper by Scenic Route; Printed papers: Basic Grey (Basics), My Mind's Eye (Stella and Rose Mabel); Brads: My Mind's Eye (Stella and Rose); Trim: My Mind's Eye (Stella and Rose); Alphabets: American Crafts; Sketch: Allison Davis/Sketch Support (Two-page Sketch #10)

Variation #1: I used the sketch as is and added it as embellishment to an older sketch by Allison.

Variation #2: I punched brown hearts and then overlaid them with the printed paper ones.



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“Made With Love” by Carolyn Wolff
Supply List - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Lilybee Designs and American Crafts; Fabric: unknown; Ink: Ranger Distress Ink; Floss: DMC; Wood Spools: Maya Road; Hearts: Cricut; Buttons: unknown; Twine: May Arts; Die-cut Flower: American Crafts; Ribbon: American Crafts

Variation #1 – I decided to make a two-page layout instead of a card. I used the grid shown on the sketch as the main element on the left page.

Variation #2 – I used fabric instead of paper to create the background of my layout. They were leftover pieces from the quilt shown in the photos.

Variation #3 – I moved the message from the bottom of the sketch to the top of my layout.

Variation #4 – Rather than have the stitching cross in the center of the hearts, I had it intersect below the hearts.

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6 comments:

dawn said...

WOW love the cards and WOW on the layouts. So cool that they used past sketches to add this new one to it.

GREAT JOB TO EVERYONE!!!!!!!!

Lynette said...

Shari and Allison...I love your cards. I have a feeling that I will be using this sketch often in the future.

Carolyn...what can I say...SNAP? We seem to have the same idea so very often. I love your layout.

pnutsmum said...

Beautiful pieces of work ladies!! How uncanny that Carolyn and Lynette BOTH did the same sketch with the add on!

Ashley Horton said...

Everyone is doing such an amazing job with this sketch!! I love to see cards and layouts created from the Card sketch!!

connie said...

beautiful job! Love seeing the card sketch used as a layout.

Michele said...

These are great! What a wonderful layout Carolyn, using the fabric scraps instead of paper ... it's gorgeous!