Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Sketch Card

Well, I actually got to stamp today. I found that my Stamp-a-ma-jig is my favorite new best friend! I just could not let another sketch challenge go by no matter how I feel. I, obviously, kept it pretty simple. I did use my faithful sanded on the background. I used the ticket corner punch on the outside corners and the mat pack for the piercing. For the sentiment I stamped and them punched out with the Tag Punch. The layers are just punched and cut in half so they they can layer out. The star brad was rubbed in the Not Quite Navy craft ink and after it had dried I wiped off the top layer. The sentiment is popped up with pop up glue dots.

Hopefully I will get another chance to stamp on Friday this week! If not I hope you have a nice weekend!!

Stamps: Holy Triptych, Sanded Background, Holidays and Wishes
Paper: Pacific Point, Baja Breeze, Basic Gray
Ink: Pacific Point, Not Quite Navy Craft for the inside of brad
Accessories: Hodge Podge Kit, Ticket Corner Punch, Key Tag Punch, Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon, Mat Pack for piercing


  1. Is this a standard sized card A2? Just curious - I designed something like this for my christmas cards - one of them and am having trouble getting the panels small enough!

    very pretty!

  2. genius, would not have thought of stamped images for panels!

  3. Debbi, I'm so happy that you were able to stamp! I love the monochromatic look to this as well as the star brad.

  4. This is a beautiful card Debbi!! Sometimes a sketch is exactly what you need to get back into the stampin mode!!

  5. Your "pretty simple" is very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Debbi, this is beautiful and this set is perfect for that sketch.


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