Tag Archives: card sketch

Card Sketch: Be You

Hi friends! Here’s a simple, pretty card that makes use of your ribbon odds and ends. Tip: When you get to the end of a piece of ribbon, just tie a small bow with the leftovers and pretty soon you’ll have a collection of cute little bows handy to embellish your cards. To do the gold pleating at the […]


Card Sketch Challenge: You Are Beautiful

Hi friends! I wanted to pop in today with another sketch, one that is perfect for Valentine’s Day. This sketch is great for using up scraps, and you can create so many fun looks depending on what paper you use and how you choose to embellish it. Feel free to modify it with a different […]

Floral Card with a Black Bow

Hi guys! I’m Tammy and I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining The Weekly Scrapper with a new series called Card Sketch Challenge. Each Tuesday I’ll be sharing a new, original sketch along with a card I’ve made from it. Then it’s time for you to join in! Want to play along? It’s simple: Make a card from […]

Spring Blessings Card & Gift Bags

I would like to thank Melissa Phillips, author of Lilybean Paperie for graciously given us permission to share her beautiful Spring card today. I highly recommend visiting her blog you will truly be inspired.  I’m happy to introduce you to Spring Hills, a new stamp set from Papertrey Ink, designed by Nichole Heady.  Simply said, it’s just sweet and […]

Happy Birthday Sweet Thing

I’d like to share this very sweet card that I discovered on Debbie Olson’s Blog Thinking Inking. Debbie used the Sweet As Can Be Die Set. This die is really an ice cream cone, but with a little imagination now its a banner. 🙂  It’s always great to be able to multi-task our tools and this banner is […]