Another OWH Sketch Challenge!
The sketch is for a vertical card but I turned it on its side. I've been doing a whole lot of vertical folds so I wanted to shake things up a bit.
I used a kraft cardstock as the base. Then I used black cardstock for the first layer. The patterned papers are from Kaiser Craft's Lush collection. I have their 6x6 paper pad and its just perfect for creating cards.
I stamped my sentiment and added some eyelets with my Crop-a-Dile. I like how the shiny gold gives the card another fun focal point.
Of course I also added dash lines with my gel pen and some string tied in a bow.
This next card isn't linked to any challenges, its just one I made alongside the first one.
I kept it very simple. I used the leftover cut-out from another card to create the window layer. I hate wasting any patterned paper so I like to try to use every bit of it. I heat embossed the sentiment with a white embossing powder.
The background is just white cardstock, and I stamped some flourishes with some Tea Dye Distress Ink.
Some products I used:
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