Friday, April 6, 2012

Card Week, Part 5

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Card Sketch #18


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"Roughin It" by Janette Kincaid
Supplies - Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned paper: My Mind’s Eye, We R Memory Keepers; Alphabet stickers: Jillibean Soup; Chipboard Embellishments: My Mind’s Eye; Ink: Ranger Distress Ink; Embroidery floss: DMC; Black Thread: Gutermann, Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread; Journal Pen: Zig; Adhesive: Glue Arts, Helmar; Circle Punches: Marvy

This sketch was an easy transition after doing the flags in last week’s sketch. The notched banners are almost the same just on a larger scale (and of course there’s no flag pole!)

Variation #1 – I used the card sketch to create a one-page layout.

Variation #2 – I took inspiration from the vertical strips in the sketch and placed my paneled patterned paper horizontally.

Variation #3 – I replaced the message rectangle with my title and journaling.

Variation #4 – Rather than adding straight lines, my stitching repeats the cardstock and patterned paper circle embellishments.


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"Fly High card" by Katrina Hunt
Supplies - Patterned Paper: Little Yellow Bicycle (Paradise); Cardstock: American Crafts; Buttons: Nikki Sivils, Scrapbooker; Adhesives: Scotch and Fabri Tac; Ribbon: Hobby Lobby; Punches: EK Success, Martha Stewart

Variation 1 - Rotated card orientation.

Variation 2 - No strips of paper running up and down on width of card. I cut strips, adhered to card stock and then punch circled out.

Variation 3 - Added a bow and button.

Variation 4 - Message is very small.

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"Fishing Below the Falls" by Michele Edwards
Supplies - Cardstock: American Crafts, Bazzill; Patterned paper: Scrapbook Walls; Fish brads: unknown; Embellishments: fly was made by my husband; Alphabets: Cricut (Plantin Schoolbook); Floss: DMC

Spring has sprung, and that means that the trout fishing season will soon be here! We love our visits to Sauble Falls. My husband spends hours fishing, while I watch, both him and the river. I'm always amazed when I see the trout leaping up the falls! I can never get a photo of THAT though, lol!

Variations

1. Instead of a card, I turned the sketch on its side to create a background for my two-page layout.

2. I made the strips wider, and punched a scalloped edge to further the water theme.


3. I stitched a scalloped wave pattern through some of the waves, and continued the stitching into the photographs.
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2 comments:

dawn said...

How fun these are!!

I love the colors in the background in the first one. What a beautiful cabin, that would be so much fun.

The second one is pretty!

Love the waves you used in your layout, that's perfect with the photos.

Great job ladies!! Sad to see this week end but know next week will be fun as always!!

MaryAnn said...

love your waves Michelle and your great photos.