One More

Had time to do one more card that works for both of the MFT challenges this week: sketch and color.

Had a lot of fun doing the background of strips of the correct color of card, then colored using those colors, as well.

I thought about using the full panel for the background, then figured I would show a way to cut it down, so it’s the same size as a small slimline, so perfectly follows the sketch challenge, while still being an A2 sized card. My piece was cut down first to just show a white border around the edges of an A2 card, then I cut it to 3 inches wide. Had fun changing it up.

Thank you for spending some of your valuable time with me today! Enjoy the rest of your day.

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Golda

I am a child of God, wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. My favorite things to do are: read, make cards and candles, share what I've learned.

15 thoughts on “One More”

  1. Love this! Such cute little cactus images. I pulled all of my succulent stamps out today. I seem to be getting into them as I watched a video where the demonstrator watercolored new succulent stamps. Now I own quite a few, so I probably can’t justify more, but they always draw my eye. Love these cute cactus and a wonderful background.

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    1. Lisa, I bet with all of your stamps, you have little faces that you can put with one or more of your succulent images and create your own unique ones. I love succulent stamps (desert girl here) and enjoy changing things up, too. Put a tiny mask over your stamp when you ink up, then you’ll have a spot for a face.

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  2. Adorable with your smiling cactus on that paper strip background. Does the cactus belong to the same set as the cowgirl on your previous card? Love it.

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    1. Thanks Gayle! Yes, that was the set I got out, so just used the same one. There’s a little cowboy, as well as the girl, a wagonwheel, the cactus, and some fun sentiments. I’m thinking there might have been something else, but already put it away.

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