Sunday, December 9, 2018

More Freshly Made Sketches 366





When I work on a card challenge, I very seldom only make one card. Usually three or four. I was working on Freshly Made Sketches 366 and used the same layout for all the cards. 

In this case, I used up most of my shaving cream paper I created by punching out/die cutting balloons from it. It's always nice to have extra birthday cards on hand which are good for anyone!

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Freshly Made Sketches 366



Welcome to my blog for Freshly Made Sketches #366 which is also a Design Team Call. If you are interested here is the link with more details: http://freshlymadesketches.blogspot.com.

This week's sketch is below:

I choose to use my paper I created with the shaving cream technique which will be described in several blogs this week. Basically white foam shaving cream is put on a paper plate and several drops of various re-inkers are swirled through it. Paper is pulled through and creates an unique marbled design.

I used the May Flowers Framelits to cut out this paper, as well as 3 layers of Lemon Lime Twist paper. When glued together is forms a sturdy chipboard type element.

The floral pieces were cut from Stampin' Up! watercolor paper with various framelits (shown below) and colored wet-on-wet with Bermuda Bay re-inkers.

With more somber colors this could be a perfect sympathy card.

Give this old school technique a try!

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