Friday, 20 July 2018

Guest Designing for Stick It Down

I'm delighted to be Guest Designer this month for the card sketch over at Stick it Down.   Here's this month's sketch:
 And here's my card ....
I thought this sketch would be harder to put together than it actually was!  I cut out a panel slightly larger than my card base, and used the cut off remnants of each section as a guide to cutting the next one, so there was no faffing about trying to work out angles and whatnot.  Hope that makes sense!! I wasn't too worried about matching up my edges as I then die-cut my panel once I'd all the bits stuck down. 

For my sentiment I used a really old set of dies, I can't even remember the manufacturer.  I cut 3 sets of each letter (the top layer is a lovely white glittery card) and then stuck them all together for some dimension.

3 comments:

  1. Fabulous card! Your papers look so great together. I like the font of those letters, too. It's kind of funky and adds a lot of interest. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Ruby, I love this card. The papers you chose are so fun and that font you used for the HB2U is so whimsical and matches perfectly. I definitely need to try my hand at this sketch, but was intimidated by the angles too! Thanks for the inspiration.

    Stacy B, DT (single-page) member for SID

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  3. Well done on your guest spot Lynne!! What a great card, love the papers you used and the HB2U is such a fab font and soooo sparkly!! xx

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