Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Card Concept Seize the Sketch

So I sat down today to try out a new challenge blog
called The Card Concept.  My style for this card is

Clean and Layered.

And I really liked the sketch at Seize the Sketch.
But once I sat down to create it didn't seem to come together for me.
Anyway, this first card is my entry into these challenges,
but the one below was another one I tried.

You see, this one below didn't seem to photograph well, and that
little flower embellishment just looks too vanilla compared to the other whites
in the card.  I could NOT get it to stop standing out, so I decided to try again, and the 
one above is my final card.

For seize the sketch, I changed up the star medallion to a banner.
It just seemed to work better with the heart banner.
For the card concept I started with red, because of the cute 
little red cabin in the inspiration photo, and decided to make a
Valentine's card.  I embossed the red card stock to 'add texture' for
the card concept, as well.

Most of the product on my card is from Stampin' Up! except for that cute heart banner from Basic Grey and the "us" sentiment sticker from Little Yellow Bicycle.


Susangail Powell said...

They're both great! I really like the long banner with the hearts on the first card you made. Nice job!

Tracey McNeely said...

Sandra this is so gorgeous! Thank you for joining us at the Card Concept!

KayM said...

Such a lovely card! I do like the top one better, the hearts look wonderful!! So happy you joined us at The Card Concept! :)

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Love how all your pretty details work so well together! Thanks so much for joining us at The Card Concept!

Lori said...

Two great cards! I love the heart banners strung across them. Thanks for joining us at Seize the Sketch!

Teresa Kline said...

luv them glad you played along with us at Card Concept!

sparkle & shine *~*

Karen D said...

Both cards are lovely Sandra. The heart banner works so well on your first card. Thank you so much for joining us at The Card Concept.

Amanda H said...

One of my favorites. A great variation on the sketch!