Sunday Sketch

It's hard to believe that June began this week, but that means it's June wedding season! So between wedding cards and anniversary cards, it will be a busy crafting season. 

For my anniversary card here, I started with a textured background paper. Then I cut a piece of patterned paper in half and ran it across the top and bottom of the card. This is a great opportunity to use up some of those smaller scraps of leftover paper.

The focal point is a beautiful flower die cut on a torn piece of card stock. It's accented with four gold, glittery acrylic dots to add sparkle and shine!

After stamping the sentiment at the top, I added a coordinating Scripture inside, matted on coordinating decorator paper.

Ready to make this card sketch your own? Gather a few supplies and let's get started!
Cut a piece of textured card stock to fit the front of your card. Choose a coordinating scrap of decorator paper and cut it to run borders across the top and bottom of the card.

Mat your focal image (sticker, die cut, stamped image) on a torn piece of card stock. Center it on the card front and add an embellishment (acrylic dots, eyelets, metal brads) to each corner.

Cut out a sentiment or stamp it above the image. Coordinate the verse inside and mat it on card stock.

How did you get creative and make this card your own?


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