How to Make a Card Using A Sketch – Take Two
On Monday I shared with you how I make a card using a sketch as inspiration. Today I am excited to show you the second project I made using the same sketch.
Here's the sketch again:
And here's the second card I made:
So you can see that I flipped the card from vertical to horizontal but kept the same basic layout. I liked the tag upside down again and added a cute bow made with the 10 Second Bow Maker at the bottom of the balloon string. The balloon takes the place of the plain rectangle and I just added a little texture in the upper right hand corner to echo the circle shape of the balloon. The punch of yellow and black with the pure white makes all the elements stand out while still coordinating perfectly.
Here are the products I used to make this card:
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I hope this is helping you see how YOU can make a card using a sketch by just tweaking the elements and adding your own style – try it out and see what happens!