Thursday, September 9, 2010

Two Cards, One Sketch

As I've said before, I love using card sketches, especially when I have quite a few to make in a short amount of time.  I can spend my time selecting just the right papers and embellishments because the layout is done.  Anyway, this card layout was for Raq's Card Challenge on the Cricut mb.  As I was assembling this first card, the second one just popped into my mind.
The papers are from my scrap drawer.  I used punches for the flowers and tag, placing Stickles in the flower centers for some added bling.  Also, I like tearing paper, it adds a different look and texture.

I love using white on white (with just a few hints of pale blue).  Using the Cuttlebug Divine Swirls and Swiss Dots folders added enough dimension to differentiate the papers and I also inked the torn edge of the dotted paper.  The snowflakes were punched and I pop dotted the oval and single snowflake.  The oval center is a brad I had in my stash.

Thanks for stopping by.
Hugs and Happy Crafting,


Kristie Maynard said...

Wonderful! What a huge difference there is in the two cards when they are actully very much alike! Great job on these!

Peggy said...

Oh so lovely, Larelyn. They are both so unique. I would hate to have to say which one I like the best. Great job.


Scrapping Cat said...

Love your white Christmas card...absolutely stunning...hope its ok to scraplift...

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