Sunday Sketch

Today's sketch will have you cutting corners - figuratively, not literally.

The easiest way to make a corner embellishment is to find one that's fairly round, overlap the edges of the card and trim away. This gives you the ability to turn a flat image into something new and different.

Combine it with three or four pretty patterns, and you have a beautiful card.
For my card, I started with a brown decorator paper that has a little visual texture to it. Then I cut three coordinating patterns into blocks to run across the card.

My corner embellishment is a large flower cut from another piece of decorator paper from the same stack. I cut it out, adhered it to the corner and then trimmed off the parts that went off the card.

The perfect sentiment for my sympathy card is matted on coordinating paper.

For more layout designs, come visit my Etsy shop. You'll find hundreds of handmade Christian cards, prayer and praise journals, wood gifts and paper crafts, as well as something special for yourself.


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