12 September 2018

Freshly made sketches #354

Hi there!

It's time for my second post as guest designer at Freshly made sketches !




So many ways to interpret this sketch... all depending on which shapes or elements you decide on!

I rotated the sketch to landscape orientation and this is what I came up with :







I used:


  • Design ID #203104, Design ID #203107, Design ID #203110 from the Silhouette store
  • Mask cut with my Silhouette cameo
  • Distress Oxide inks 
  • Black rhinestones
  • Foam tape for dimension

I love the fact that cutting files for the cameo can double up as digital stamps ! Some of the cutting files available are designed with too much detail to cut in proportions suitable for greeting cards. No problem at all... just use the color fill option ( I used black ) , create a small offset and only cut the outline... and there you have a digital stamp!

I am so exited to see what you create with Linda's sketch this week!

Sharing my card at :

Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge ~ Pop it up!

Thanks for visiting me today!

Hugs


Hannelie

14 comments:

Amy O said...

I love how you've used the sketch to make the strips appear to be shelves with cute succulent plants. And I love the pops of bright colors against the white base. Beautifully done!

Linda Callahan said...

So clever how you rotated the sketch and made bright shelves! Sweet as can be!

3kidmama said...

I LOVE how you took the sketch and made this lovely, graphic card. Perhaps its due to being an expat living outside your home country, but you have such a gift for creating the most amazing cards with "basic" supplies. It always seems that after I stop by your lovely block, I find myself looking at my own stash with new eyes. If I ran the crafting world, I would hire you to teach an online class titled something like: "Designing Elegant Cards with Everyday Supplies". Your just know how to create magic! :D

nancy littrell said...

You are so clever to make digi stamps from your machine. Love how you turned the sketch and added your succulents. TFS Hannelie. Hugs..

- Bellule - said...

J'adore ta carte, les couleurs, le graphisme tout y est superbe !!

Bises ♥

Daria Z. said...

Fabulous take on that sketch!

Papercraft Boutique said...

Fantastic take on the sketch, Hannelie! Love the simplicity, the effective use of the colors and the DIY stencil! Hideko xx

Leslie Miller said...

So cute! I'm intrigued by the sketch and I love what you've done with it. You and the team certainly have some inspiring samples!

Cheryl W said...

It's such a good idea to use the Silhouette to create digital stamps and then cut them out on the offset. They look fantastic on your card!

Jen Brum said...

This is such a great card! I love how you've rotated the sketch and I love those cacti! So cute!

Jen Camara Mitchell said...

I love how you combined colorful shelves for your black and white cacti. That's a great look and a great card!

Karin Åkesdotter said...

LOVE your CAS design - and what a great take on the pop -up theme!! Thank you so much for playing along with us at the the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge! /Karin

Karren said...

Oh how clever to turn the sketch into shelves for those gorgeous images. Wonderful card!

Narelle Farrugia said...

Oh this is just too sweet! I love how you've flipped the sketch and added your little cacti pots - awesome card!