Monday, August 14, 2017

Reverse Confetti sketch #51

Pink dinosaurs were a thing, right? Even if they weren't, it was fun coloring the Reverse Confetti dino a pretty pink color. I also use the True Love 6x6 paper pad from Reverse Confetti and their latest card sketch. I think this will be a sketch that I will use quite often.




Card sketch - Reverse Confetti #51
Paper - Reverse Confetti - True Love collection
Stamps - Reverse Confetti
Circle die cuts - Reverse Confetti
Markers - Copic
Ink - Lawn Fawn and Reverse Confetti
Wink of Stella glitter pen
Glossy Accents


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*Card sketch image used with permission from Reverse Confetti.


8 comments:

  1. I'm very new to your blog and style of cardmaking. I subscribe to your blog in Feedly and as I was scrolling through my feed, I saw the beginnings of this card. I don't always see whose blog I am reading right away. So, as I'm scrolling I think...this is a cute card and a neat sketch. I'll bet it is one Kristie Marcotte would like. And lo and behold...it's your card. I thought that was so funny! Terrific card, by the way. And thanks for sharing. I am working on making some cards via your "revisted" tutorial. I tell you, I'm looking at sketches a whole new way thanks to you. Thanks for sharing and the inspiration you provide! :) Sorry for such a long comment, but had to share.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, Jeanne! I really do appreciate it! So funny you were thinking I would enjoy the sketch, when in fact, it was my card. And I do really like the sketch. :) I'm glad you are enjoying my tutorial.

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  2. Oh and I have a question...do your keep the sketches you use in some sort of binder or notebook? Curious as to how you organize them for reuse. Thanks!

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    1. When I find a sketch I like, I simply print it and glue it into a composition book. When I use the sketch for the first time, I write the measurements directly on the printed sketch. It's definitely not fancy, although I added pretty pink floral paper to the cover. :)

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  3. I love this card and your interpretation of the sketch! The pink and green combo is so cute, too!!

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    1. Thank you! I really had fun creating this card. :)

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