Wednesday, March 28, 2012

CTMH Hugged

Hello friends. I'm back today with the 2nd card I created using the techniques I shared yesterday. If you missed them be sure to go back and read through all the details of how I designed this set of cards. I hope it really helps you in the designing and getting started process which always seems to be the hardest part.

The first card was super simple although very cute so today I thought I'd share one that had a few more steps to it. 

For this card I chose to use the City Scape sketch on pg 33 of the Wishes How To Book. For the sentiment I chose to cut the ticket the next size bigger to mat it. For the flower you could use one of our paper ones or any other embellishment. I decided to use a stamp from one of our new stamp sets Card Word Puzzle. I colored it and the leaves in with our coordinating markers. Instead of a simple strip of paper across the top I decided to make a ribbon embellishment from my paper. If you have the Wishes How To book you'll also notice I turned the sketch on it's size. That's the fabulous thing about sketches you can follow them almost exactly like in yesterdays example or you can turn them and change them up a bit using a few creative techniques like the paper ribbon.

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Join my online gathering when you order and I'll put your name in the drawing for $25 in CTMH products of your choice.

It's super simple just go to my CTMH website and at the bottom of the page it says Join my gathering. Click on Tina's gathering and it will take you directly to the shopping area. Be sure to add your Wishes How To book and any other How to books before they're SOLD OUT.

 I'll draw a name from all the orders to choose $25 in CTMH product. All orders you place will ship to you immediately.

 I'll contact the winner on april 1st to get your $25 order and have it shipped directly to you.

Tina Gale

1 comment:

Carolyn/MamaC said...

Very lovely card! Love all the detail!