Revamping Pazzles WCMD sketches

lara-bdlouis-bd-shakerI made these 2 cards, for my awesome niece and nephew using a recent sketch design from Pazzles from the free World card making day (WCMD) sketches.  The first card used Tim Holtz emboss resist paper, using different shades of distress ink blended over the surface . A glaze pen was used to layer over the words written with regular pen, using the Pazzles pen tool. Because the glaze pen takes a while to dry, the rolling and movement of the cutter head could smear, but it was easy to just go over the original letters to make them pop. The art shapes and chemistry shapes were designs from the craft room, done in print and cut style. My niece loves both art and chemistry, thus her Birthday card of course had to feature both!

The second card is a shaker card, using the given design sketch. The fuse tool was used to create the shaker pocket filled with sequins using recycled clear packaging. The movie themed items and Happy Birthday were printed on card stock, the sequin package and black overlay placed on top. The stars were cut from paper scraps and the button had twine looped through the hole and attached with adhesive. Quick and easy, and my movie making nephew loved his card.

It is very easy to adjust a card sketch to fit your needs and using the Pazzles Inspiration Vue cutter and craft room designs make it simple and quick!


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