JFF Design Team · JFF Monthly Challenge

Drawing a Blank? Use a Sketch!

Sometimes all it takes is a little spark of creativity and it’s time to celebrate!

I had a stack of paper, a bin of stamps and I drew a blank. I took a Facebook break and this sketch challenge popped up in my feed.

It was just what I needed! I even stepped out of my comfort zone and handwrote the sentiment with a Perfect Medium pen and some white embossing powder.

I used the JFF Rubber Stamps small Stamptangle Star for my focal image, heat embossed with red glitter embossing powder and made some watercolor out of gold Perfect Pearls.

I finished off my card with a glittery brad, foil stars and card stock  from the Club Scrap July 2018 Firecracker kit.

The JFF Rubber Stamps monthly challenge is going on now and our theme for July is Red, White and Blue!

Make something festive and share it with us for a chance to win a gift certificate to shop in the JFF Rubber Stamps online store! I’ll look for you at the Red, White and Blue linky party!

CHALLENGES ENTERED:

CAS-ual Fridays #203 Heat Embossing! 

Shopping Our Stash #361 Geometric Patterns

Club Scrap 07/18 Card Sketch Challenge

10 thoughts on “Drawing a Blank? Use a Sketch!

  1. OMG .. you wrote it?? Wow.. fabulous.. you are so good at handlettering Wendy. Also, love the sparkle and the festive look of your card and hey.. am here as CAS-ual Fridays DT (wink).. thanking you for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays. Lots of love and Namaste (you are one person I know I can do Namaste to) ~ Ishani

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  2. This is a beautiful and festive card, love your glittery star and the amazing handwritten sentiment, you have a very steady hand.
    Thank you for playing with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH, hope you play again next time.
    Hugs.

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  3. What a wonderful celebration card! I’m loving the hand-written sentiment on this with all of the festive sparkle of silver and blue and a sketch kick-starts my creativity as well! Beautiful work on this!

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    1. Thank you Carol! I’m not comfortable with my own handwriting, I think I just need to practice. I rarely write things anymore, I just type them! Sadly, it’ll be a lost art one day. Thanks again for the kind words!

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