I’m over on the Picket Fence Studios blog today with a fun birthday card idea that is great for anyone on your list! Let’s face it, everyone loves a shaker card. What is not to like?! Even my boys go a little shaker crazy when I show them one I have made.
So I thought it would be a great way to highlight the Rough Around the Edges background stamp and the Happy Happy Happy Birthday sentiment set. But other backgrounds or sentiment would work great too! I have the how-to over at the company blog so hop over there to take a look.
I love the mint color on this for a fresh feel but any color would be fun. Find some sequins or jewels in your stash, pick coordinating ink and paper, make a quick shaker, send a smile to someone! I hope you enjoy this card. Let me know what you think!! Thanks for stopping in today. So happy you did. See you soon!
Hi everyone! I’m happy to be back today after my month of time off. I have to start with a big thank you to all who sent me such kind words on the passing of my mother. I feel like blogging is one of the last things to conquer but I know that my stamping community will understand some inconsistencies over the next month or so. Suffice it to say that my sister and I still have much to do. All of the sweet cards, nice comments and emails were very much appreciated and I’m truly grateful.
I’m back today with the start of the November release from Picket Fence Studios and I’m the sketch hostess for Freshly Made Sketches too. Nothing like jumping in with both feet! While I haven’t been posting, I have been doing some work and have things to share with you over the next couple of weeks. Maybe even a video…gasp!!! But not today, haha! Today, I’m just sharing this adorable new image set called Coffee Understands and a must-have background stamp called Rough Around the Edges. This gives you just an idea of how great the new release is and I’ve had such fun just creating with the sets.
This fun gal was the inspiration for my sketch (the joy of being the hostess)! Isn’t she adorable? I colored her using my Copic markers. This was the first card I had made in a month and I totally appreciated how fast this was to color. And then choosing a sentiment… Well, this one simply made me laugh out loud so clearly it was the winner! I’m not lying when I say that there is a tad bit of truth to this one for me over the last month… Patience is not always my strong suit and I have needed a bit of it as we tread through paperwork and details.
For the background layer, I thought this sketch was the perfect place to show you a peek of a new stamp. Rough Around the Edges is a striped pattern that will find itself on many cards. Just a perfectly neutral pattern that can be used for bold or subtle designs. LOVE that! I chose a few sequins from SU to keep with the fall colors of the coffee cup and that is it.
I hope you will enjoy playing along with my sketch this week. The team has created some amazing cards and I suspect the gallery is going to be full of inspiration! Thanks for stopping by today. I’ll see you again on Friday with a card (and maybe that video) I created for the Picket Fence Studios blog. Until then, have a lovely day.
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