I like to create my card background on a piece of glossy paper by brushing the colors of my choice directly from my ink pads. At the end all the colors blends into each other smoothly and create this soft look background.
This week's sketch is great to use the triple layering technique (just like the triple stamping technique) in different or the same designer series papers. I did not concern about the exact matching images.
I have been challenging myself to use all those beautiful papers that were donated for me to make more cards for the Troops. Can't wait to play along but not enough time. Don't give up!
I've been wanting to take a challenge the 6x6 template. It took me a while to figure out the template. Once I made a mistake, I came up with my color-coded template for myself. Finally, I made it. I had to do this before I do other things.
Thanks to Kathryn for taking time to provide the template.
On Sunday, June 23, 2013, we are going to have our monthly OWH Cardmaking Party at Susan's place. As usual I've been making card kits since last month's party and these two are the latest. I love the papers. I couldn't stop playing with them. I added blings on my cards and they look nicer. Entering the Paper Players Challenge #150 - Bring on the Bling
Please find out my previous post about the 12x12 One Sheet Wonder template and step-by-step cutting tutorial. Measurements for this sketch, I reduced 1/4" overall since I was going to layer designer series papers on colored cardstock sized 4"x5-1/4". My cardbase is heavy white cardstock.
I am working on some more of card kits for OWH Cardmaking Party on Sunday, June 23, 2013 and this group of cards will be the sample cards.