Sunday Sketch

Today's sketch lets you put a single panel in the middle of your card as a focal point. Where you go from there is entirely up to you.

A column of words is matted, then double matted on coordinating papers with a ribbon tied around the bottom of the middle layer. You can tie a bow or just trim the ends for a fun look.

There is enough space around the edges of the card to add other embellishments or images. Think about a flower in each corner, or double matting a matching patterned paper.

For my card, I started with a dark purple background, then matted a soft purple patterned paper on top.

My thank you phrases are vellum stickers, adhered to white card stock with three small gems underneath. The white is matted onto a darker purple decorator paper, with a loopy purple ribbon wrapped around it. I just trimmed the ends to look like a banner. This whole piece is then matted onto the same dark purple card stock as the background.

To add a little more sparkle, I put five silver gems in each corner of the card.

You can find this card, along with many other paper crafts and wood gifts, in our Etsy shop. Come visit for more ideas or to find the perfect cards and gifts.


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