You can submit your entry by clicking here.Today Barb Schram is back to finish her guest blogging week and she has a terrific Christmas Card for today's sketch.
SNOWFLAKES are… After the holiday celebrations are over and winter marches on, what a wonderful card to brighten one’s day! JustRite is sponsoring the Card Positioning Systems sketch challenge this week and I thought I would get a head start on those winter cards utilizing JustRite’s A Merry Little Christmas Set! The outer ring border and center snowflake are from JustRite’s A Merry Little Christmas and stamped with Versafine vintage sepia ink. I utilized my JustRite 1 5/8” round wooden stamper to set my border ring and center. Close-up detail of the outer stamped ring also reveals a cardstock button I made to use in the center. I used my stamped snowflake center in the upper left portion of the card design. After gluing 6 circle punched layers of designer paper, I created two button holes (with crop-a-dile), sanded edges, and placed crystal effects button top. Copic markers BG10, BG72, and BG75 are the colors I used to coordinate the snowflake with my Basic Grey patterned paper. I applied liquid pearls with a very light touch to add just a little dimension on the snowflake and butterfly wings. A detail photo of the butterflies…I added pearls to the butterfly spine. The first is made with liquid pearls and the bottoms two are adhesive pearls. I added machine stitching to follow the sketch layout instead of another layer of cardstock. Wouldn’t you love to get butterflies in the winter? It’s a wonderful prompt to remember the promise of spring, and new beginnings are just around the corner. Oh…the versatility of JustRite Stamps! I hope you can give the sketch challenge a try this week, check out the CPS BLOG for details! On Wednesday, I will return with holiday ornaments to share! Think personalized, simple, and economical! Take good care! See you tomorrow! Supplies Stamps: JustRite A Merry Little Christmas, 1 5/8” Round Wooden Stamper Paper: Papertreyink Stampers Select White, Ocean Tide cardstock, Basic Grey Fruitcake Snowflake paper, SU brown Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia Accessories: Martha Stewart Butterfly punch, Circle punches, Spellbinders circle and scallop dies, Sewing machine SU, EK, Copic markers, jump ring/links, candy, Michael’s white ribbon, liquid pearls, adhesive pearls, crystal effects, crop-a-dile, corner rounder
If it is your first time visiting the JustRite Blog---thanks for stopping in!! We have a very unique interlocking stamp system. Which you will love. This week we are focusing on font!JustRite sells font sets which contain font in 3 sizes - 95 point, 50 point and 25 point. Often people ask what is a point. Point is a term used to describe the height of a font - If you write in a word document you can choose the size of your print by selecting the font size and it is calibrated in points. So the larger the number of the font the larger the font is. Our 95 point font is approx. 1" tall and is the largest font shown in the above picture. Here is today's line up of Fabulous Designers!! Simply click on the links below to begin your Inspiration Journey on the JustRite Mega Font Hop. Don't forget to leave comments on all the blogs including the JR Blog....because we have 3 Mystery Blog Candies to giveaway this weekend. These links are now direct links to the blog hop projects. Michelle Wooderson Sankari Wegman Heidi Blankenship Eva Dobilas Beate Johns Sharon Harnist Barbara Anders Sharon Johnson Deb Saaranen Becca Feeken Kazan Clark Lauren Meader Tammy Hershberger Linda Beeson Jenny Gropp Lori Craig Tanis Giesbrecht Jenn Balcer Lisa Somerville Karen Maldonado Pamela Smerker Karen Taylor Latisha Yoast Julie Overby Mary Pfaff Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".
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