Like I mentioned earlier this week, at my World Card Making Day event, I brought supplies for everyone to make cards based on two different layouts. I shared the first layout in a previous post and so I thought I would share the second layout today.
So, here is the card that I made as a sample:
It is a super quick and easy card and it lets you feel like you are an artist (even if you are like me and can’t paint or draw worth anything ) by giving you space to color using markers and/or water coloring.
So, given those card components, here are some of the cute creations the other folks came up with:
Pam’s card –
this is another example of why I love it when folks take my samples and do their own thing. I love how she tucked the sentiment label between the designer paper layer and the scalloped edge. It’s a different way of layering I probably wouldn’t have thought of on my own.
Stamps: Fun and Fast Notes, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: Real Red CS, Basic Gray CS, Crumb Cake CS, Bashful Blue CS, Greenhouse Gala DSP, Celebrations DSP
Ink: Basic Black, Pacific Point, Stampin’ Write markers
Accessories: Scallop edge punch, Scallop trim punch, Word Window punch, Modern Label punch, Blender pens, Watercolor pen
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One response to “World Card Making Day Projects–Part 2”
Jennifer, I really like the simplicity of these note cards and agree with you about how much fun these will be to make. Thanks for sharing!