Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Tuesday Morning Sketches #587

 Hello!  Thank you for stopping by my blog today!  I do appreciate your visit.  The first revisited sketch is up at the TMS blog and it's a great one by Debbie that was originally published on 9/1/2020 (TMS #570).  I like this sketch because it's a great base for big, bold focal points.

My card features dies from a small die of the month kit from Spellbinders - I believe June or July 2018.  The paper is the last of what I got from a Simon Says Stamp monthly kit and the little sentiments are also from Simon Says Stamp.

I made 4 of these cards.  This first one is a birthday card to a dear friend of mine.

The other 3 have this sentiment.  I love the versatility of cards - particularly these types of cards.  They can convey any message you wish to send.

In this picture you can at least see the shine of the gold foil cardstock I used.

So I'm thinking about getting the We R Memory Keepers Snapbox.  It's a portable, foldable photo box.  I think that would help me improve the look of my pictures.  What are your thoughts on this tool?

I hope to see you over at the TMS blog, come join the fun and be sure to leave some love for the design team members.  We're refreshed and ready for the coming year of sketches!

4 Encouraging Thoughts:

Patti said...

This is beautiful Melissa - that foil is fab! Never heard of a Shotbox but I just looked it up it would surely be cool. I have a portable light box studio that I got from Amazon but I’ve been lazy and not using it -I like the Shotbox looks a lot better but it costs a lot more. They really do help.

Debi said...

Can't offer an opinion on the photo box, sorry. But I love this card and the gold foil die cuts! Nice work, teamie! Hugs, Debi

Debbie said...

These are fantastic! Love the foil!

Freubelmina said...

Oooo I love the golden details at your flowers Melissa! A very nice card.
Thank you for your sweet response on my blog. Hugs, Wilma xx

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