Most often when I start working with a new sketch, I feel a bit of a challenge in how I will interpret it, but it doesn't take too long for a card to start forming.
The same goes for this weeks Unscripted sketch. It started out as a challenge and I ended up loving it.
I did turn the sketch on it's side, but that is what sketches are for! They are to be a launching pad.
The sketch shows three different shaped pieces on the side and so I picked out a few punch out die cuts from a sheet by Crate paper to create a little collage. Is that school bus too cute?!
Did you notice my little circle accent peeking out from underneath the other pieces? I used my Kreaxions circle cutter to cut two circles. I have never been a fan of circle cutters but I have to shout it from the rooftops how much I love this one! It is SOOOO compact and so easy and fast to use. I have lots of circle punches and there always still seems to be a size missing and no more, with this cutter, there are an infinite number of sizes that can be cut. I only have a small cutting pad that I use because you turn the paper so you don't need a whole lot of room.
Gotta share some PROUD moment photos...
Our son had his ceremony to celebrate his promotion to Fire Captain! He asked his dad to pin on his new badge.Here is an offical pose with his new helmet, etc.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
SKETCH 104 – YOU ARE A GEM card
Cardstock – Core Expressions/Core’dinations
Patterned papers – SchoolHouse/October Afternoon
Punch out die cuts – Crate Paper
Circle cutter - Kreaxions
Self adhesive rhinestones – Recollections
Rub-on sentiment – EAD Designs/Paper Smooches
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
Sand It Gadget – Core’dinations