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Creative Stampers November Blog Hop - Christmas

Card Inspiration by Card Sketch #30 - Wishes and Wonder

Again, I am bringing you a card sketch that we did on my Facebook Page, earlier today.  I wanted to show you how you can use DSP or Designer Series Paper with the same sketch and get so many different looks.  I think you may be amazed at how simple that really is .  If you grab a sketch, it can inspire you to make cards for any occasion.  I chose to do Christmas as my theme.  Here is the sketch.

Stampin With Diane Evans Card Sketch #30
And here is the card that I did in the Challenge.  I will include a list of supplies that I used in this card.

Wishes and Wonder 2 Stampin With Diane Evans

The measurements are on the Sketch photo, but for my card, here are my measurements:

Real Red: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4", 

Shaded Spruce: 3 1/4" x 3 1/4", 3/4" x 2 3/4", 2 1/4" square

DSP one Design: 1" x 5 1/2"

DSP another Design: 3" x 3"

Gold Foil: 2" x 3"

Here are some other cards that I made using this sketch.

Cherish The Season 2 Stampin With Diane Evansjpg


Tis the Season Stampin With Diane Evans

And here is a couple using Snowflake Splendor DSP

Snowflake Splendor 4 Stampin With Diane Evans
And
Snowflake Splendor 8 Stampin With Diane Evans
And they all look different.

I have the video for you as well.

 

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Join us for an afternoon of fun playing bingo "Stampin' Style" plus making cards!
Cost $65 and includes:
- 6 games of Bingo
- 3 Make and Take projects
- Pillow Gift
- Four Season Floral  Stamp Set (if you own the stamp set, you can substitute another stamp set up to $18)
Your bingo cards, make and takes, stamp set and pillow gift will be mailed to you before the event.
You can purchase additional bingo cards for the final game for $5 each.
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Registration closes November 8th
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I hope you can join us.

Now here is the supply list for todays card:

I hope that this sketch has inspired you to make a card,

Stampingly,

Diane


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