Card Layout 50

Woohoo, made it to number FIFTY! Seriously, if you are not out enjoying lockdown easing, pull up some snacks and have a binge watch.

Anyway, here’s the layout and the card that was inspired by it.


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A Quick Demonstration

Fancy seeing how I put this one together? Ok, just hit play.


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Ok, that’s about it for this one.

If you have any questions or thoughts about the content of this post, please feel free to pop them in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

Bye for now.

John.


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10 thoughts on “Card Layout 50

  1. HI JOHN, BEAUTIFUL CARD TODAY. I REALLY LOVE IT.
    WILL YOU TELL ME WHAT SCORE BOARD YOU USE, I THINK ITS A GREAT IDEA HAVING THE SCORING TOOL ATTACHED TO THE BOARD.
    LOVE AND LIGHT
    SIOUX X

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  2. Gongrats John, to you for 50 stunning lay outs and to us for 50 awesome cards, 50 how to videos and the 50 stunning lay out!So inspiring and gorgeous, I had a lot of fun watching your videos.
    I love this awesome series.
    Your card today is so beautiful, love it!
    I think your sentiment is better with the mustard colour and yes I also use a greater paper than needed for stamping my sentiment.LOL Always scared that I don’t stamp it straight or that it’s to small etc.
    On your question what I use for shaping flowers: years ago there was a Dutch companie that launched a series of gorgeous punches to make your own flowers, not one punch one flower but a set of punches to make one flower. With that series there was also a flower forming set wich contains a soft forming pad and an etui with a reverse tweezer and several styluses with on each two bol sizes. Most of the time I use that for my flowers and other 3D elements but sometimes I will use my fingers.
    Thank you so much John for sharing again your awesome lay out, card and video, stay safe and have a wonderful evening.

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  3. Love that your sketches have reached 50. Love this series and the cards you create with them. Congrats John also on keeping us going through lockdown.

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  4. Hello John – do you have an e-mail so that I can contact you? I was very interested in your video ref “Magic Mat”. I am having a problem getting hold of one.

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  5. Fifty already?!!! Loving your sketches John. They suit my style of crafting as I don’t like “over fussy” cards. I’ve used several of them already and the recipients have loved them. My lockdown quilt is nearing completion and even if I do say so myself it looks gorgeous! I’m really pleased with it. Just two doubles to do and all the beds will have one! Take care and have fun!! Xx

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