I've got two cards to share with you. First up is my entry for the sketch challenge over at the RetroSketches Blog. This is the sketch to work with:
and this is what my card looks like:
I discovered this little guy in a bow with goodies that I mainly use for scrapbooking. I bought it some time ago and thought I would use it on a kids card, but when I had a look at him today, I changed my mind and decided to make a fun Valentine's card in stead
I computer generated the sentiment and printed it on vellum.
I wasn't sure if the word 'dude' was referring to a guy or a girl (as I have in mind here) so I had a look around and found this explanation in the Urban Dictionary:
1) n. a name for anyone (stereotypically used by male surfters/skaters but now accepted by any race, sex, religion, and wealth) .
So I think it's OK to use it here - let me know if you think 'dude' definitely refers to a male person only and I should rather change the sentiment. (will work out a way to do that without ruining my card!!!)
Next up is another card I made with today's sketch on the Mojo Monday.Blog. (Apologies for saying in my previous post that it is a sketch by Julee - it's by Teresa Kline)
I have made a masculine card using the sketch:
Used dp by Heidi Swapp.
Image stamp from a local craft shop, Great Impressions.
Added some dry wall tape again and rounded it off with black plastic dots and rhinestones.
Afrikaans sentiment saying: 'Congratulations'.
That will be it for today - thanks for popping in!!