stampTV

Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters

Welcome to this weeks Friday Funday!

This week I have decide to draw a sketch. I thought it might help some of you that have a hard time using patterns papers!  :)

You can use the sketch anyway you want.

Here is the sketch I put together.  

The card base is 4 1/4” X 11”  scored @ 5 1/2” 

 

 

I used the following items for this card project:

Gina K. Designs - 

  • Stamp Set - Dazzling Dahlia from the new Stamp Tv Kit Sentimental Summer
  • Pure Luxury Card Stock - White Heavy & Layering Weight, Turquoise Sea
  • Premium Dye Ink - Turquoise Sea
  • Die Sets - Circle Larger Set Single Stitched & Circle Small Set Double Stitched Design
  • Patterned Paper Pack - Made With Love

Ribbon and Bling from my stash

 

Here is the layers all cut before I put them together!

I put the larger piece that is 3 1/4” X 3 1/2” on first then the 

    smaller 2 1/2” X 2 1/2” .

Then stamped the greeting and attached it to the layering circle (Turquoise Sea). Then put a few foam squares on the back & added it to the card base.  I added some enamel dots to the bottom left side and a bow at the top right side! Here is the finished card project! Thank You for stopping by! Let me know what you think and if you would try the sketch? Sketches are fun to do and give you a layout that you might not have tried!  :) If you haven't ever done a sketch, you make a card using the layout that was drawn, but you can turn it on it's side as well. 

Happy Stamping Everyone!!!

Have a great week and I hope you get to get a little inky!  <3 

  

Views: 753

Replies to This Discussion

How do we mark it so it gets identified correctly??          FF  Something???

You can tag it fridayfunday,  but it isn't a challenge so you don't have to tag it. :) 

Karen Knegten said:

How do we mark it so it gets identified correctly??          FF  Something???

I love sketches.  Hopefully I will get to give this one a try.  Pretty card!

Thanks for answering me, Karen

Karen Knegten said:

How do we mark it so it gets identified correctly??          FF  Something???

Beautiful I love it!
Beautiful card, Karen! Was thinking this would make a great challenge - one where we have to follow a sketch! Thanks for sharing!

I have the next MIUM challenge and maybe I'll do a sketch for that one!  :). <3.  So glad you all like it!  :)

Another fantabulous (yes Melissaneese) creation by Karen Hightower!  Question:  How do we overcome the fear and dread of leaving white space on our cards?  Seriously I would not have been able to walk away from this without placing some swirls or tiny accents into the white space.  Maybe some sponging and please, please,and double please don't say practice, practice, and practice...... tears.  LOL

:) Thank you and if you are talking about the white space above the bow, well... I almost did the same thing. I almost put a extra enamel dot, and or a swirl... I even thought of sponging as well. But I drew the sketch, and I figured this... I have 3 enamel dots at the bottom left, I have 3 panels (2) with PP and (1) with a greeting, One bow in the upper right corner.... So If I added anything else, it might make it off balance or be to much in one corner and not the other. Remember Your eye will travel around the card to the color and it can rest on the bow and dots... anymore it may seem to much. Sometimes you just have to let there be some white to make everything else stand out!  As for getting over the fear... I don't have a answer for that other than just know that some less busy areas are a good thing from time to time!  :). <3 

Melissa Kompkoff said:

Another fantabulous (yes Melissaneese) creation by Karen Hightower!  Question:  How do we overcome the fear and dread of leaving white space on our cards?  Seriously I would not have been able to walk away from this without placing some swirls or tiny accents into the white space.  Maybe some sponging and please, please,and double please don't say practice, practice, and practice...... tears.  LOL

Karen, I sat down today, pulled out several packs of patterned paper along with your sketch and made one card.  I enjoy following sketches as I really don't have to think too hard.  :)  I did add a third pattern to fit this month's challenge.  You made this easy.  Thanks for the sketch.

Sweet!!!

RSS

FOR ONLINE STORE ISSUES, CONTACT US: info@ginakdesigns.com

Gina's Favorites from Amazon

Technique Archives

Vintage Chic Kit

Introduction Project

Border Bling

Shimmer Card

Distressed Letterpress

 

Springtime Silhouettes Kit

Detail Image Thumping

Doily Card

Shadow Stamping

Watercolor Spritz

Wax Paper Focal Image

Embossed Marble 

Lattice Background

Negative Stamping

Perfect Pearls and Glitter Pens 

 

Sent with Love Kit

Adding Shine with Glaze

Distressed Embossed Patterned Paper

Double Embossing

Weathered Wood 

Tag Die Frames

Paper Scraps

Parisian Embossed Background

Pastel Pencil Background

Rubber Band Emboss

Victorian Distress

 

Winter Wonderland Kit
3-D Focal Image
Metallic Edge
Metallic Embellishment
Raised Frame Card
Partial Embossing w/Cuttlebug
Creating a Corner Bow

Autumn Splendor Kit
Bleached Leaves
Clean/Simple Scor-Buddy
Distressed Stripes
Emerging Leaves
Gatefold w/ a Twist
Masked Pumpkin
Scalloped Oval Card
Sunflower Resist
Simple Copic Coloring 1
Simple Copic Coloring 2

Christmas in July

Project 1
Project 2

Project 3
Project 4

Enjoy the Sunshine Kit
Cropped Circles
Decorative Edge/Scor-Buddy
Distressed Linen Butterflies
Distressed Newsprint
Flocked Background Part 1
Flocked Background Part 2
Distress/Scored Masculine card part 1
Distress/Scored Masculine Card Part 2
Layering Labels Dies
Recessed Diamond Background
Happy Fish Card/Copics
Reverse Nestabilities
Tent Topper Card

May 20102 Release ideas
Botanical Resist
Hope Grows Butterflies
Tag Dies as a Decorative Element

Impressabilities
Letterpress
Using with Cuttlebug
Stenciling

March Preview and
Spring Mix Kit Projects

Adding a Glittered Border
Asian Inspired Card
Borders with Nestabilities
Coloring Tiger Lilies
Flower Gift Basket 1
Flower Gift Basket 2
Gatefold Cards/Scor-pal
Nestabilitie/Beyond Border
Paper Piercing w/Sewing Machine
Paper Quilting
Setting Eyelets with Pen

Organize it! Projects
Decorative Edge w/Scor-pal
Embossed background/Scor-pal
Gift Card Holder 1 (Masculine)
Gift Card Holder 2 (Masculine)Journal and Pen Set 1
Journal and Pen Set 2
Kitchen Counter Organizer 1
Kitchen Counter Organizer 2
Kitchen Counter Organizer 3
Kitchen Counter Organizer 4
Little Black Book Part 1
Little Black Book Part 2
Memory Keeper Part 1
Memory Keeper Part 2
Organize it Card Sketch
Password Keeper Part 1 Password Keeper Part 2

Holiday Projects
Box of Gift Cards Part 1
Box of Gift Cards Part 2
Decorative Box part 1
Decorative Box part 2
Decorative Box part 3
Gift Card Holder Part 1
Gift Card Holder Part 2
Nugget Pillow Box Part 1
Nugget Pillow Box Part 2
Stamping on Candles Part 1
Stamping on Candles Part 2
Tone on Tone Card
Trio of Trees Card

Making a Calendar
Calendar Bits&Pieces 1
Calendar Bits&Pieces 2

Techniques

Adding Glaze with Glaze pens
Adding Glitter -Stardust Pens
Baby Wipes as an Inkpad
Baby wipes Background
Background using Marbles
Bleach as a Coloring Tool
Bleach as an Ink Pad
Bleached Polished Stone
Clouds
Colored Pencils/OMS Part-1
Colored Pencils/OMS Part-2
Crayon Resist
Cracked Glass
Cuttlebug Embossing (partial)
Cuttlebugged Wax Paper
Drop Shadow
Embellished Flowers
Emboss Resist Style 1
Emboss Resist Style 2
Embossed Foil
Envelopes- 4/25" Square
Faux Snake Skin
Faux Window Part 1
Faux Window Part 2
Flourish Punch Embellishment
Heat Embossing
Inking a Cuttlebug Folder
Joseph's Coat
Kissing
Kissed Flowers Part 1
Kissed Flowers Part 2
Lining your Envelopes
Nestabilities/Cuttlebug 1
Nestabilities/Cuttlebug 2
Nestabilities/Embossing Only
Nestabilities/Highlighting
Paper Piecing
Patterned Embossing
Polished Stone
Poppin' Pastels
Precision Inking w/Markers
Pullin' Pastels
Rubber Band Background
Shaker Cards Part 1
Shaker Cards Part 2
Shaving Cream
Shimmering Background Paper
Sky Background
Smackin' Acetate
Soot Stamping
Split Negative
Spotlighting
Tone on Tone Embossing
Trimming your stamps
Thumping with Markers
Watercolor Spritz
Woodgraining
Wax Paper Background

Assorted Projects
Tile Coasters
Clear Box Gift Box- part 1
Clear Box Gift Box- part 2
Embellished Flowers Card
Floral Thank You
Woodgrained Get Well Card

Sewing on Cards
Janome Sew-mini setup
Janome Sew-mini- bobbin and threading 1
Janome Sew-mini- threading 2
Janome Sew-mini stitching

How to use it!
Background Stamps
The Bow Easy
Chalk Enhancer
Crystal Lacquer
Easy Set Eyelet Setter
Metallic Rub-on Paste
Stamp-a-ma-jig
Making Cheater's Bows
Colored Glitter
Liquid Applique
Paper piercing Templates
Magnetic Snaps 1
Magnetic Snaps 2

© 2017   Created by Gina Krupsky.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service