Monday, January 18, 2016

A few more cards that feature a flexible sketch

 I have finished off the last of the card kits I had sitting from my last class.  You can see here the others I created with this same sketch for this class.  I really appreciate how wonderful it is to have flexible sketches because by simply changing the papers, the images and the greetings you can make cards that are appropriate for any occasion.  You can also change the orientation of the card, the position of the ribbon, the location of the image to change up the way the cards look. 
These were fast and easy because I was using kits with identical supplies but as you can see these kits still allow a lot of flexibility and the opportunity for anyone to give the card their own twists.  
These will be channeled into my stash, donated to various causes and/or be packaged to create little gifts that I will have on hand for when the need arises.
The background for the cards on the right and left is a digital background from Free Vintage Digistamps.  

I would highly recommend that you make several kits when you make up your next few cards.  These will be available to you when you need a card as the last minute and you will find that you can easily change up the elements of a kit to provide a fresh take on a sketch when you don't make the cards up at the same time.  


1 comment:

  1. Therese, I love the background paper on the top left and right hand cards. Sylvia D.


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