Wednesday, August 27, 2014
DECONSTRUCTED SKETCH #165
My monthly "Girlfriend Day" is tomorrow, and for the first time this year, we are stamping again!! We decided to take a break from making cards this year, although we continue to get together for our special girl time. I had cut too many of the tag shapes for my CTMH Open House last month and thought I could make use of them on a card to swap. The Deconstructed Sketch this week was perfect - the design of the large circle worked well with what I already had. I just had to cut the top on the Cricut and emboss the bottom.
Here's the list of materials that I used to make this card.
All are CTMH unless indicated:
You Mean the World to Me (B1467) - front greeting
One-Way Borders (C1561) - long arrow border
Hello Summer (C1595) - small arrow
On Your Birthday (SU retired) - inside sentiment
Chalk It Up background paper (X7184B)
Glacier, Sorbet, Black and Colonial White cardstock
Black, Lagoon and Sorbet
Chalk It Up Assortment (Z3009) - sorbet foam heart
Black Striped Twill Ribbon (Z1988)
Mini Stapler (Z2027) to secure ribbon
Cricut Artiste Cartridge - tag shapes
Cricut Artbooking Cartridge - chevron overlay
Sizzix embossing folder - connected circles
Take a look at the other great cards made with this sketch over at the Deconstructed Sketch Challenge Blog. Thanks for stopping by!