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 cut 3 sets of each letter (the top layer is a lovely white glittery card) and then stuck them all together for some dimension.
Friday, July 20, 2018
July guest designer... Lynne!
Please welcome Lynne as our July card guest designer!
I live in Northern Ireland with my hubby and our Westie, Ruby, and I work full time for a charity in Belfast. I've always enjoyed making things and used to do a bit of painting and cross-stitching, but I've been card making for about 15 years now. I sometimes think that my love of card making stems back to my childhood when I loved nothing better than a nice new set of crayons and a colouring book!! Here's my blog if you'd like to come visit: https://rubydoobydoocrafts.