I have another simple card sketch for you this week. This one uses strips of colored cardstock and versamark ink to create a simple background for a sentiment. I have lots of samples for you below, so be sure to read through to the end. Plus, I have a quick-reference guide that you can download and print to save this card sketch for future inspiration for your card making.
This week's Stamp with Me Tuesday was Mystery Stamping and the mystery cards were based on this sketch. It works with any type of stamp and only uses a couple of ink pads which makes it perfect for simple stamping and beginning stampers. But, the results are so beautiful that even the most advanced card maker will want to try it!
If you missed the Mystery Stamping live, you can still watch the replay and play along.
This week's Mystery Stamping was based on a simple card sketch. I love card sketches for quick card making! These samples use the Garden Greenhouse, Ocean of Inspiration, Cactus Cuties, and Happiness Abounds stamp sets from Stampin' Up!® You'll find the cutting dimensions and supply lists below.
I hope you'll join me next Tuesday night at 8pm Eastern for my next Mystery Stamping event either on YouTube or in the On Y Go! Stamping Facebook group. I'll post the first clue on Monday evening with the cutting dimensions to create a card. You dig in your stash and prepare your supplies. Then, during the live card making event, I'll give you step-by-step instructions to create a handmade card.
If you'd like to see what Mystery Stamping is all about, you can watch the replay of this week's event.
If you know me, I love card sketches for making quick and easy cards, and this one is a great one! These cards are so easy to make with just stamps, ink, paper, and a little ribbon.
Whether you want to make a baby card, a birthday card, or a just because card, it will work this sketch. For these samples, I've used the Let's Set Sail, Catch You Later, and Artfully Layered stamp sets.
You'll find the card sketch, all the cutting dimensions, and the supply list for these sample cards below. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
Did you see this card sketch that I shared this week? I used it for my weekly Mystery Stamping event. I wanted to see what would happen if I followed the same basic layout, but made it a vertical card instead of a horizontal card. Yup, it worked fabulously that direction as well!
Here are two sample handmade card ideas for you using the Flowering Tulips and Hello Ladybug stamp sets from Stampin' Up!® I have all the info for these fabulous cards for you below.
Card sketches, like this one, make it easy to create cards quickly. You can keep the design just like the sketch, or change things up to work better for your rubber stamps or patterned papers.
For this week's Tuesday Night Mystery Stamping, we made cards based on this card sketch. You'll find my sample cards below using the Garden Greenhouse, Flowering Rainboots, and Catch You Later stamp sets. I hope you'll join me next Tuesday night in the On Y Go! Stamping Facebook group for our next Mystery Stamping event.