May 9, 2010

Twisted Cards #006

Pretty simple card today. This week's twist at Twisted Sketches is "Word" any way, any how. I decided to use my glitter chipboard Thickers from American Crafts. I am not a HUGE fan of using chipboard for my sentiment but when you see the sketch you will see why I decided that it was best.

Here is the sketch:

And here is my card:

I used a Kraft card base. I used Versamark and my For the Love of Dots stamp set from Practicing Creativity Designs. If you can see it behind the PP it is 2 seperate stamps. The large dots and small dots. I just love how you can combine the different stamps in that set to create an awesome background. So then I used Basic Grey's Nook and Pantry collection PP for the rest of the card. Since I don't have a square punch I used my Cricut to cut two 2.5x2.5 inch squares. The sentiment "congrats" was put together with glitter chipboard Thickers - Bliss from American Crafts. I was originally going to make the card completely coordinate and use Nook and Pantry chip stickers but I quickly realized the word "congrats" would have been way huge with those. I finished that card with 4 small buttons also from the Nook and Pantry collection.


Stamp: For the Love of Dots (Practicing Creativity Designs)

Ink: Versamark

Paper: Kraft cardstock (SU) and Nook and Pantry collection (Basic Grey)

Misc: Glitter Letter Thickers (American Crafts), Nook and Pantry collection buttons (Basic Grey)

Happy Crafting!!
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Karen B. said...

Oh I love the subtle dot background with the patterned paper, and your chipboard letters are wonderful!

Francesca said...

lovely card!

Jennifer Grace said...

The big, bold, thicker letters look great. I'm dying for some thickers - I don't have any and I don't know how I've survived so long without them!

Unknown said...

I love the colours you've used and the sentiment looks fab! Thanks for playing along at Twisted Sketches. x x