Good Wishes for the Coming Year

 


This card was made for Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #448 in which the sketch has multiple small square images.

The small images I used were punched with a deckled edge square punch from Stampin' Up! (SU) "Penguin Playmates" designer series paper (DSP). There are so many quite little critters that the penguin plays with, it was hard to decide which ones to feature!

Since I used a deckled edge punch, I wanted to two sentiment pieces to also have deckled edges. However, with no punch (I also tried decorative edged scissors, but they were too deep), I turned to my ScanNCut CM350 digital cutting machine and a deckled SVG file from DesignBundles.com. I had to resize the deckled rectangle to 2.56" x 1.25" since it was sized for a slimline card in its original format. I was pretty pleased with how they turned out since they maintain the deckled edges from my punch.

The sentiments were from the retired SU "White Christmas" stamp set that has several cute scenery images along with the two sentiment stamps.

I am rating the difficulty level of this card as a "2" out of a possible "5". The punching was super easy, but the creation of the sentiment panels took longer than the rest of the card combined!

Stamps: SU White Christmas
Paper: SU Soft Sea Foam, Just Jade, Penguin Playmates DSP
Paper Size: A2
Ink: SU Tranquil Tide
Accessories: McGill Craftivity 1-1/4" Deckle Stacking Square Punch, Brother ScanNCut, Tombow Multi Liquid Glue
Techniques: Punching, Digital Cutting


Comments

  1. Charming images created a fun, whimsical card! Thank you for joining us at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge this week. ~Dena J

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  2. Oh my goodness! What a lovely way to use some fun patterned paper. Great way to use the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge.

    sue n.

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  3. I love all of the cute critters on this card--what a fun interpretation of the sketch.
    Thank you for sharing with us over at the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge!
    Anna, Design Team

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