The next card was an attempt to join the Lift Challenge. But I'm not a big star with sketches... I made a little draft on a small paper and went into my 'atelier'. After finishing the card I saw that I didn't use the sketch well. But no problem. It is a nice card to send to someone, isn't it? Papers are from Jillibean, butterfly die from Joy!
Many of you commented on my use of combinations of heavy printed paper. I was thinking of the reason why I like to use the papers in this way. Maybe it has something to do with my quilter's background. I am a quilter for more than 10 years (started at the age of 19 after being motivated by my mother). I really like to make combinations with fabrics and colors. Many 'rules' helps a quilter to make the good mix. It has to do with dark-light colors, kind of prints etc. In fact with scrappaper it works the same. So, if you like to know more about this, I recommend you to borrow a quilt book for beginners and it will definitely help you to make nice combinations!
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