Today, I have a card for the current My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge #372. Last week, I had a post and video talking about how I like working with sketches because I'm more product-driven in my card making. I thought I'd show you my process, start to finish, on how I use a sketch to create a card.
Here is this week's sketch I'll be working with:
One of my favorite sentiment sets from MFT is Simply Fabulous Sayings. I was thinking I wanted to use one of the large words at the focal point on the card with the smaller coordinating sentiments as a background.
I channeled Laurie Willison of Soapbox Creations with my use of score lines to create the border strip on my card. She has such a great CAS style and I love how she uses this technique.
See how this card came together in the video below:
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