Using an sketch to make a card

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Today I am sharing with you how using an sketch to make a card can be super easy. Especially if you’ve ever struggled to come up with card ideas, this is the best way to get your creative juices going.

I have heard so many times from fellow crafters that it is so hard to make cards when they go into their craft room, mainly because they just cannot figure out where to start.. 

And so today I want to share with you how using sketches can help you create cards in no time. 

Plus, this post is part of a blog hop, which theme is a sketch challenge. So make sure you visit all the blogs from my fellow demonstrators are you can see their interpretation of this sketch.. that way you can see so many ideas with just one sketch! 

So let’s get started!

The Sketch

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As you can see from the picture in the left, this sketch is very simple!! Which in all honesty, this is the best. 

I find that the simpler the sketch the easier it is to come up with multiple alterations. 

You might be wondering what do I mean with that? so let me explain a little bit more.. 

Alterations are the changes you can make to your card following the sketch without completely change the essence of the sketch.

For instance, you can change the shapes of the elements, or perhaps the colors, or the textures, and the list goes on and on..

Once you have a sketch then the best part is to select a suite or a selection of products. That way you don’t get overwhelmed. 

Having just a smaller selection of items to use, help you focus and see how you can substitute the element of the sketch with the products you selected. 

So in my case I decided to use a brand new bundle call Flowers of Friendship, which has a cute a stamp set plus a punch to cut out the flowers and the leaves. 

I also wanted to use the brand new paper pack Hand-Penned DSP and the Gold glitter enamel dots, which sadly have sold out and have retired at this point. And for the ribbon I used the gold satin ribbon. 

The Color Combination 

For the color combo, I try to use the colors from the DSP, specifically from the design or sheet I want to use. 

So for my card today I used the following color combination:

You can see how these colors are exactly the same as in the pattern I am using from the DSP. This is the easiest way to come up with color combinations. 

The Finished Card

Using an sketch to make a card with the Flowers of Friendship bundle from Stampin Up!

 

As you can see from the card, I follow the essence of the sketch, however I changed the hearts for flowers and I layered the circle with a decorative label that I die cut from the painted labels dies. 

I also layered the sentiment in a pool party cardstock that I cut in a banner share and then added the dots in the label and outside the label.

I used the DSP for one of the layers in the sketch, but this could have been as well an embossed piece of cardstock.. 

So you can see how easy this was when I follow an sketch. 

The Blog Hop Line up 

Make sure you visit all the participating blogs to see how others used this fun sketch to create cards. You will see how easy using sketches is for making cards. 

Give it a try.. 

Below is the full list of blogs participating in this blog hop. 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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How to make 12 Easy Thank You Cards

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Want to learn how to make 12 Thank You Cards with just two sheets to Designer Series Paper a.k.a. DSP? If so, then keep reading as you will see how easy this is. 

Also please know that today I am participating in a blog hop which theme is Thank you cards. So if you are looking for card ideas, then make sure you visit all the participating blogs. I know you will enjoy watching all the site while getting lots of inspiration.   

I recently found a card maker over YouTube that shares templates to cut your DSP as well as a sketch. So when you follow her instructions you can get several cards at a time. 

I definitely was hocked immediately!

You know I love sketches and so having a sketch and a cutting template to play really call my eye.

I gave it a try and OMG, the results were amazing! I loved how easy this was to follow. And I loved that her cutting template also maximized the use of your sheet, so you get really low scraps. 

This channel is called Call Me Crafty Al – and Alicia shares a new template every month so you can work on your projects during the month. You can check here channel here. For my cards today I used the template she shared for March 2021.

Alicia from Call Me Crafty Al is tremendously generous, as you can download her templates for free as long as you are subscriber..  

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Thank You Cards Supplies 

For this template, you need to use two sheets of DSP that coordinate well together, that way you can mix them for the cards. So I decided to go with the Peony Garden DSP as I loved how well the colors coordinated.

Plus I knew I wanted to use a petal pink ribbon I had in my collection. 

The template also called for a scalloped circle, but in my case I wanted to use the circle die cut from the painted labels. This is one of my favorite circles as it decorates the cards really nice. 

And since I was using the Peony Garden Suite, I decided to use the Prized Peony for the cards, plus it also had a beautiful sentiment for the Thank You cards!

Color Combination 

From the Peony Garden paper pack, I selected the following color coordination.

I love using the designer series paper for color combinations as it makes it so easy to get color inspirations and ideas. Give it a try if you ever find yourself having trouble with color combinations. 

Card Details 

You can see on the pictures below, how the cards turned out in more detail 

I loved switching the patterns for the top and bottom, as it makes it look different, even though the are the same sketch. 

Also, note how I use the image from the front of my card, into the inside of the card. This is a very easy tip that you can use to make your card even more special. 

Finally, one other tip to share is the use of the gems.. Note that put them in the less busy pattern no mater where this was.. I did this as the would show up better rather than in the busier pattern. 

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As far as the bow, I used a retired petal pink bow, however, you can use the metallic edge ribbon (silver or gold) and color it with the alcohol markers a.k.a. Stampin’ Blends in Petal Pink.  

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And above you can see the 12 cards I made when following the cutting template! I promise you this is super easy to follow, so give it a try! I know you will love to play with it. 

Want more Thank you Card ideas?

You can see these past blogs where I share more Thank you cards

     How to make a quick and easy thank you card using the Butterfly Brilliance Bundle from Stampin' Up!    Thank you card using the Butterfly bijou DSP    Thank you handmade cards using the Dandy Garden Suite

 

The Blog Hop Line Up!

Well my friend, I hope you have enjoyed the Thank You cards I shared with you today. 

And if you are looking for more Thank You card ideas then make sure to follow along the below list of blogs, as today we are all sharing Thank You Card ideas. So I am sure you will get lots of inspiration and lots of ideas for your Thank You Cards! 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Butterfly Brilliance Bundle for an easy Thank You Card

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Are you looking for card ideas using the Butterfly Brilliance bundle? Well my friend, then you are going to enjoy today’s share.. As I am going to share with you a Thank you card that is very easy to make using the Butterfly Brilliance bundle from Stampin Up!

But what is even better is that this post is part of an International Blog Hop where my follow demonstrators around the globe will be sharing even more project ideas using this bundle. So make sure you hop around with us and visit all the blogs participating in today’s blog hop. I know you will get a ton of inspiration and will have a lot of ideas to keep you crafting with this amazing bundle.

So let’s get started shall we?

Thank You Card.

For my project today I wanted to use the dies from the Butterfly Brilliance Bundle, mainly because I love the ones with the details!

Also these dies are stand alone dies, meaning you can use them as the embellishments. And if you know me, you know I love to use the dies to embellish my cards! So any time there are stand alone dies, I am all over them! 

How to make a quick and easy thank you card using the Butterfly Brilliance Bundle from Stampin' Up!

From my card you will see that I used the Flower for every Seasons designer series paper (DSP), as this one has so many flowers in their patters.. And I believe these butterflies would go perfectly with any of the designs in this pack! Don’t you agree?

After all we see butterflies in flower beds.. right?

Color Combination 

As far as the color combo for my card, I mainly used the colors in the DSP as inspiration.. You know I love to see at the designs in the DSP’s and pick from there a color combo from my cards. 

I love doing this and today was not the exception.. If you ever struggle with color combinations, give it a try, you will see how easy this goes. 

Because I am using Stampin’ Up! products, the task to mix and match becomes so easy, as all their products color coordinate beautifully. So once I have decided the color combo, then it is just matter to pull my cardstock, embellishments and ink in the same colors to have everything coordinate. 

Like I said, this becomes so much easy, when the products color coordinate.  Do you agree?

The Sketch 

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As usual, I used an sketch to come up with my card, here is the sketch I used!

I changed the teal circles for the butterflies, which you can change for anything you want! This is the part where you should have fun and change it to whatever you want. You can use flowers, or any other shape your heart desires. 

This is why I love using sketches as they really provide me with a visual inspiration that I can change in so many ways.. Just give it a try! Challenge yourself to use one sketch to come up with 5 different cards. You will see how little by little your mind starts getting creative as you try to change things around..

If you give it a try, please let me know how you liked the experience and if you found it helpful..

I always love to hear what you think of sketches and if you found them helpful to create your cards. 

Other Card Details 

As mentioned I wanted to use the Flowers for Every Season DSP, but in all honesty, this paper pack is soon retiring, and so I was playing with the scraps I have left over in this pack. 

And while looking at the scraps I realized I had the Piece of DSP with the circle in the middle, so I just cut this piece to fit the card.  I also cut a piece of the flower pattern to fit underneath. and then I cut two other strips of the bumblebee DSP to add to the borders.. all of this was really just using scraps from this pack!

Do you save your scraps? I definitely do, but I also love to go over the scraps and see how to use them in cards, rather than cutting a brand new sheet.. 😁

And for the butterflies, I actually die cut them in Basic White cardstock, and then I used the wink of stella to add the shimmery look in all the butterflies. I then glue them with the glue dots just in the body section of them. And to finish them up, I added the gold glimmer enamel dots in its body. 

As far as the sentiment, you can see that the Butterfly Brilliance Bundle does not have sentiments, so you can use anything you already have. In my case I used the sentiment from the Prized Peony stamp set. 

Once I stamped the sentiment in a strip of Bumblebee cardstock, I punched out the ends with tailored tag punch to make the banner shape. This is by far my favorite punch ever! I think it makes it so easy to create banners in so many sizes! 

Want to see more samples? 

Click on the images below to see a few other samples I have shared using this Bundle. Please note that the DSP that coordinated with suite has sold out, however you can recreate these cards with the stamp set and other designer series paper packs, like I did on the card I shared today. 

Finally, If you want to get any of the items I am used to make the card I shared today, scroll down this post to see the supply list. I listed all items I used with the links to my store, so you can easily purchase them. 😁 Also note that the DSP I used today is at a discount and it will soon retire, so grab it while you can still can!  As always, I appreciate your support! 

The Blog Hop Line-Up! 

And if you want to see even more samples, then make sure you visit all the participating blogs on this blog hop! I am sure you will enjoy it!

Below you will see the full list of designers participating in this blog hop! I know you will enjoy visiting them while you get lots of ideas and inspiration! 



The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Thank you Handmade Card using the Butterfly Bijou DSP

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Looking for Thank you handmade cards to make? if so, you will be thrilled, as I am sharing with you how to make a beautiful Thank you handmade card using the Butterfly Bijou designer series paper a.k.a. DSP

But let me also tell you, that this post is part of an international Blog Hop with fellow demonstrators across the globe!! so make sure you hop with us as you will get lots of inspiration for your next Thank you card!

So let’s get started!

Thank you Handmade Card using the Butterfly Bijou DSP

This month Stampin’ Up! released a beautiful collection called Butterfly Bouquet! which if you have not seen, keep reading, as you will fall in love with it immediately.. 

There is a new bundle (stamp + dies) and two new paper packs. The Butterfly Bijou DSP and the Natural Touch specialty paper.  (see below)

Butterfly Bouquet Suite

And as you can see all these brand new products coordinate beautifully! The Dies are amazing, as they cut out the silhouette of the butterfly as well as stand alone butterflies with all the details..  You can check this post, where I show three more samples using the whole suite! And one of these have the details butterfly as the main focal point of my card.  So you can see the full potential of these dies. 

Now, Stampin’ Up! has told us that the bundle will make it to the new annual catalog being released in a few more months, however, the paper packs will not. And these are only available on a while supplies last!  

The Butterfly Bijou DSP, has beautiful designs, and one of these sheet coordinate perfectly with the dies. You can line up the images with the dies and cut them all at once! how cool is that?

One of these butterflies is what I am using today as my focal point for the card I am showing you here.  

Thank you card using the Butterfly Bouquet Suite

So you can make lots of cards in a very easy way using these cut outs.  Just change the background and voila!  

You can see this other card, where I sponged a cloudy background and just added a sentiment and the butterfly and I got another beautiful card! so playing with the DSP will help you make lots and lots of cards! 

The Color Combo

Since I wanted to use the larger butterfly of this suite, I used it as my color combination idea.. 

This always helps me when coming up with color combinations.. Believe me, almost 99% of the times I use the designer series paper as the one to give me color inspirations.. and since all the products from Stampin’ Up! color coordinate, making my cards ends up being really easy! 

The Sketch and other details for this card

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This card was the last card I made during the Card Making Made Easy Workshop, where I show how you can use the one sketch to make lots of cards, while all looking different and beautiful. 

You can see the sketch on the left. 

This is a very simple sketch, yet if you followed me during this workshop, by now you know that it is super versatile and it gives you sooo many options to modify it.. 

So in the card today, I made the circle larger to follow the larger butterfly from the DSP. Also I had to make the circle towards the middle of the card, so that the butterfly would fit in the card. 

And instead of cutting a circle from the DSP, I actually cut out the circle from the card front and added designer series paper under this layer..  That way the circle is recessed.

Additionally, I added the shimmer paint diluted with Alcohol with a spritzer to make the card front to be shimmery!!  in person, this card looks even better! and I added wink of stella to the wings of the butterfly to make it pop up even more!

So you can see how easy it is to make a handmade card using the Butterfly Bijou patterned paper!  Play with it, you will see you can make this and many more cards! 

The Video Tutorial 

And as usual, here is the video tutorial so you can learn how to make this card step by step. I go over measurements and some other tips to make this card.  Below you will find the full list of supplies I used in case you want to purchase any of the items I used to make this card. 

 

The Blog Hop Line Up

As mentioned before, make sure you hop with us as you get lots of ideas for your Thank you Handmade Cards! I know you will get lots of inspiration from the talented group of demonstrators around the globe! 

below is the full line up. 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Three Thank You Handmade Cards using the Dandy Garden Suite

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Have you been looking for Thank You Handmade Cards to make? if so, then you are in for a treat!  As today I am sharing with you three beautiful Thank you handmade cards using the Dandy Garden Suite from Stampin’ Up!

But what is even better is that this post is part of a blog hop, where a group of fellow demonstrators will be sharing ideas for Thank You cards! So I know you will get lots and lots of inspiration to keep you crafting for a while!! 

so let’s get started!

How to Make Three Thank You Handmade Cards

For my cards today, I wanted to use the Dandy Garden Suite which is becoming a favorite of mine as the color combinations in this paper are really nice. 

Also the stamp set included in this suite has a beautiful set of sentiments that has a Thank You sentiment that would go really well for the theme of my cards. 

Thank you handmade cards using the Dandy Garden Suite

I always try to pick a few set of products when coming up cards, as that helps me get my creative juices going.  I can focus on a specific set rather than get overwhelmed with trying to use anything I have.  Give it a try next time you are in your craft room.. Kinda like a challenge if you will. 

Once I pick the products, then I try to see the papers in the collection and pick the patterns I like most. This will help me get a color combination. 

Color Combination 

I think that the greens and yellows in the Dandy Garden paper pack draws me in every single time, so I decided to use exactly those colors when selecting the sheets of paper I would use, and with that I know which Color Combination to use!

Once I picked the papers, and the color combination, then it is just matter of pulling the cardstock, embellishments and inks on those colors to start playing and make my cards. 

Sketches & Other Details 

And as usual, I used sketches to make these cards.. I honestly think this is the best way to come up with as many ideas as you can when you are crafting.. if you have never used them, give them a try! I know that these always help me in getting into my creative mojo every single time! 

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As far as the dragonfly, I stamped it with memento ink and then color its wings with Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blend. And to make it even nicer then I added wink of stella to its wings! This added a nice shimmery look to the dragonfly. 

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For the bow, I actually used the Braided linen trim in Mossy Meadow, however I unraveled the threads and then make a bow out of it! It really gave so much character to the bow..  I will be honest, this was not my idea.. this was an idea I got during the FB live when I made these cards. Vicky Hendricks suggested it and oh my! I loved how it looked!

This is what I love from crafting with friends, you always get so many ideas.. 

If you ever want to join me, I go live every Thursday night at 7pm CST on my Facebook page. I hope to see you there 😉       

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Additional card ideas using the Dandy Garden Suite

Dandy Garden Tutorial Bundle

If you love the cards I share here and fall in love with this suite as much as I did, then you might want to check out the Dandy Garden Mega Tutorial Bundle. 

This Mega Tutorial bundle includes 62 tutorials only using the products in the Dandy Garden suite! 

I know you will love it and I know that you will enjoy making all the projects in this Tutorial Bundle! 

If you want to get your own copy, you can go into my tutorial shop and get it today.. Click here to purchase your own copy of the Dandy Garden Mega Tutorial Bundle. 

 

The Video Tutorial 

If you want to see the step by step tutorial on how to make these cards, then you can watch the video tutorial below! I go over measurements, as well colors and other tips that I am sure will help you when you are making cards! Also at the end of this post you will find the supply list for the items I used to make these cards. If you want to purchase any of these items, just click on the images from the supply list and they will take you to my online store! 

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The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Color Combination for Card Making

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Do you like challenges? If so you will enjoy this one, as it is about color combination!! everything goes as long as you use the color combination we showcase!! Additionally I am participating on the blog hop as I think you will get lots of inspiration of how to use this color combination for card making projects! 

I love playing with challenges and this type is becoming a favorite of mine. I will be honest, this color combo was a bit more challenging than the previous one. Mainly because I was thinking so much of flowers, and there was no green on this combination.. So I literally had to look at other ideas.. 

I thought of incorporating foliage in the Sahara Sand color, however it was looking a bit sad, 😂 or at least my card was looking that way, and I was going for a different feel. So then I decided to look for “shapes” not so much of an image like flowers, and then it hit me!! BANG!! Why not doing a fun background with watercolor!!! 

This was when I got all excited and my card design started flowing immediately.. has that ever happened to you?  You start with one idea and then something hits you, so that you change route and get all excited with the new idea that everything falls in place perfectly.. this is really how it felt for me this morning!!! 

And this my friend, is why I love challenges!! it really forces me to get creative!! So whenever I don’t feel my mojo, I look for all sorts of challenges, whether these are sketches, playing with specific products or a color combination for card making. It never fails! Give it a try and you will see what I am talking about!!   

I am also secretly uber-excited to see what the team is creating today!! specially cause like I mentioned before I thought this color combo was a bit  more challenging for me.. So make sure you see all the participating blogs on this blog hop!! I am sure you will love seeing what everyone came up with this color combination for card making!! 

So without further ado, here is my card!!! TA-DA!!! 😎

Color combination for card making

The Color Combination

So as you all see in the banner the color combination for this challenge is the following:

So when I was designing this card I was 100% sure I wanted to use the Sahara Sand as the card base of my card. Being a Neutral color it makes it easier to color coordinate with almost any other color. 

Brand NEW water paintersFor the background – I really wanted to play with watercolor, and try the new water painters.

The new water painters have three brushes as you can see on the picture on the left. Now you have a wide, medium and fine tip for the brushes, which will help you a lot when watercoloring different type of images or backgrounds. 

I definitely wanted to try a stripy background. I have been wanting to give it a try ever since I saw the new wide tip brush water painter.. And oh my!! It was super easy!! believe me no need to have a steady hand lol.. 

To make it all come together for my card, I added the Misty Moonlight lines in between the Highland Heather stripes using the finest tip brush of the water painters.. 

So you can see that overall the background was easy peasy to put together!! give it a try! I definitely want to try this background with so many other color combinations for sure!!! 

Card Sketch, Measurements and Instructions

The Sketch

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For this card I used a card sketch that I have previously showcased a few months ago. I love this type of sketch whenever I am working on my background, as It makes it easy to feature even more the background you are creating. 

This could also work if you want to use Designer Series Paper (DSP) a.k.a. patterned paper, if you want to feature the beauty of and specific design, this sketch would be perfect as well! 

Measurements

Below are the measurements of the cardstock I used for this card.  I am also sharing with you the full supply list at the end of this post for you to see all the products I used. 

  • Card base – Sahara Sand 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and scraps to die cut 
  • Misty Moonlight : 4 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ and strip of 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ 
  • Watercolor paper: 4 1/4″ x 3 1/4″ 

Instructions

  1. Fold the card base in half using the bone folder
  2. Paint the stripes onto watercolor paper with Highland Heather ink using the wide tip brush water painter.  Tip: for the new ink pads you can grab the color with an acrylic block so you can pick up the color from it with your water painter easier  
  3. Paint the lines onto the watercolor paper with the Misty Moonlight ink pad using the fine tip brush water painter. Paint these lines in between the stripes you paint on step 2
  4. Let dry the watercolor paper and then glue it down onto the Misty Moonlight cardstock
  5. Tap the Misty Moonlight strip with the embossing buddy. This will help get the embossing powder only on the areas where you stamp with the versamark
  6. Stamp with versamark the sentiment onto the Misty Moonlight strip and add white embossing powder 
  7. Using the Heat tool, apply the heat onto the embossing powder until you see it melts completely
  8. Cut the end of the strip with the Tailored Tag punch to get the banner shape on the end of the strip
  9. Die cut the swirly flower and leaves from the Well Written Dies in Sahara Sand
  10. Glue the die cut onto the card front and color it with Wink of Stella to add a shimmery look 
  11. Glue the sentiment onto the card front with dimensionals 
  12. Color with the Dark Highland Heather Stampin Blend the rhinestones and add them to your card

The blog hop 

As mentioned above, this post is part of a blog hop where we all are sharing what we came up with this color combination! so make sure you check out all the blogs participating on this blog hop as you will get lots of inspiration and of course you can see how everyone used this color combination for card making! I know you will love to see all the projects! 

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The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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