Another Beate Sketch

I just love browsing Beate's blog. Her weekend sketches are just so fun. This card is made with the last sketch she provided. I believe it was week 42.



The card is a 4 1/2 x 10 square of Bazzil red cardstock folded in half. I used matching paper from American Traditions for the squares and mounted them on basic black. Next I used the Creative Memories circle cutting system to cut three nesting circles in red, black, and white then mounted them off-center to the base. Don't you just love the flower? I punched a 1/2 inch white circle then used 1 inch ribbons folded together taped to the circle to make the ribbon base. Then I attached the flowers with brads to the ribbon base. If anyone would like more descriptive instructions, let me know and I get get a tutorial up. I used a glitter pen to doodle lots of faux stitching, although I am not sure you can see all of it in the photo. Lastly, I wrapped the same green ribbon around the card, tied it off in a knot and added 3 brads to the bottom left.

4 Shack Opinions:

savitri said...

Cute, cute! I did this sketch too. Hard but fun.

Lori said...

Nice job with the sketch! I like the layered flowers.

~Michelle~ said...

funky layered flower and ribbon loopy leaves!

Mel M. M. M. said...

LOVE the bright colours and that flower is gorgeous! :0) mel