Sunday Sketch – SS028 – November 15th, 2020

Keeping it short and sweet today!

Essentially a three-element layout.  Card Base, Stamping Panel and a Shape.

I like to add a mat layer, usually 5¼” x 4” or 5⅛” x 3⅞” to my card base.  I think it adds just a little something and gives you an opportunity to showcase some of our wonderful patterned papers.

I cut two, 5¼” x 2” panels in coordinating DSP patterns from Classic Christmas (top) and Plaid Tidings (bottom).  The seam is hidden with a ribbon.  I chose the retired 1” Sheer Linen Cherry Cobbler because it matched and I still have some on hand.  A 1″ strip of embossed (Subtle 3D EF) Cherry Cobbler cardstock could be used instead of ribbon. This was mounted on to a Crumb Cake Card Base.

The Crumb Cake Stamping Panel was given a bit of an upgrade.  It has been die-cut using one of the scalloped rectangles from the Stitched So Sweetly Die set.  The wonderful sentiment from See the Good is added to the right side in Cherry Cobbler.

For the Shape, I cut two trees with the Pine Woods Dies in Shaded Spruce and Whisper White.  I offset them so that it looked like there was snow sitting on the branches.

And there you have it!  A quick card.  A great layout for creating multiples.  Holiday cards done in no time!


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Published by Jolanda Johnstone

Owner of THE INQUE SPOT STUDIO - Creative Space for Stamping & Paper Crafting and Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in South Carolina.

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