Thursday, July 11, 2013

Online Card Classes Summer Card Camp 2: Week 1 Color Combo with Sketch 3

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Every week in this class you get a color combination with card sketches to play with using your own techniques or the techniques taught in class that week.  When taking a card class at Online Card Classes, you always learn a ton of tricks and techniques!

In the example above, I used Week 1’s color combination to fill the stamped image and I used Card Sketch #3 as the inspiration for the design of the card—I just turned the sketch around and used the stamped image instead of a skinny banner.  

The stamped image is a Unity Stamp Company Fashionista, named Jess, by Tracey Malnofski.  The patterned papers and sentiment is from Crate Paper’s Farmhouse Full Collection Kit available at acdigitals.com.  

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Click on the above collection image to be taken directly to the product pages at AC Digitals.

Here’s the description from AC Digitals:

Get ready for some good times down at the farm with Crate Paper's Farmhouse Collection. Surround yourself in the fresh outdoors, the morning breeze, and the smells of wildflowers and growing berries in this beautiful collection. The vibrant colors and a mix of country-themed patterns and elements will leave a smile on your face and a craving for some delicious homemade pie.

Buy the full collection and save 20%! The Farmhouse Full Collection includes the following individual kits:

  • Farmhouse Element Pack #1 - includes 54 elements in PNG format
  • Farmhouse Element Pack #2 - includes 16 borders and border bits in PNG format and 36 journaling cards and tags in PNG format
  • Farmhouse Paper Pack #1 - includes 11 12x12 papers in JPEG format
  • Farmhouse Paper Pack #2 - includes 10 12x12 papers in JPEG format

2 comments:

Nora N. said...

Your card is adorable!! You printed out your paper yourself? I have never tried that before!! Fabulous take on the challenges!!

Camille Robinson said...

Thanks, Nora! I print digital patterened paper all the time. That way I can have as much as I want, in the size I want, and I'll always have it.