Have you ever struggled coming up with a design for a card?  I have!  When that happens I turn to card sketches.  It’s pretty easy to find them you just type “Free Card Sketches” into google and poof you will have more ideas then you need.  I created a series of three cards using the Morning Star stamp set from Stampin Up!® and sketches.  Here is the first card in the series.

Abeautiful card that works for several occasions! Graduation, congratulations, and to help uplift someone in your life!

Project Recipe:

Cuts for Card Base, Card stock and Designer Series Paper (DSP)
Card Base: Thick Whisper White 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 scored at 4 1/4
Layer 1 – 2019-2021 In Color DSP- 2 1/2 x 4 1/4
Layer 2 – Rococo Rose – 1/2 x 4 1/4
Layer 3 – Whisper White – 2 1/2 x 4 1/4
Layer 4 – Pretty Peacock – 4 1/8 x 5 3/8
Layer 5 – 4 x 5 1/4
  1. On the top section of the card front stamp the ivy with Pretty Peacock ink and 3 small flowers with Rococo Rose as shown.
  2. Layer 1 – Adhere to the card front flush with the bottom edge.
  3. Layer 2 – In Black Memento ink stamp the sentiment onto the left side of the strip. Then adhere to Layer 1 flush with the top edge.
  4. Layer 3 – Stamp 2 Large flowers and 2 small flowers with Rococo Rose ink then fussy cut out with paper snips. Adhere to card front as shown using Stampin Dimensionals.
5. Layer 4 – Adhere to the inside of the card.

6. Layer 5 – Stamp the flower star in Pretty Peacock onto the center of the sheet. Then using Black Memento ink stamp the sentiment in the center of the flower star. Then layer on the inside of the card.

Adhere Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the card front onto the center of each of the flowers and three on the sentiment strip as shown.

Thanks for stopping by I hope this will inspire you to try out a few card sketches.

Below is a list of Stampin Up!® products that I used to make this card.  If you need any of the products just click on the pictures below and you will be taken to my Website.  


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