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Card Layout 52

Good news, this blog post is innuendo free! Also, it contains a very nice card. Come see…

Somehow this all came together within 30 minutes of searching, rummaging and gathering so I am thinking that the process is getting easier thanks to all of these layouts. I hope that they are helping you too.

I worked back to front for this card sketch by creating a rough layout to work from and then the printable one after so you won’t see the layout before the card today.

Pretty, innit?


Download The Free Card Sketch Here

If you want the sketch, just right click on the image below and choose “save as…” or “save image as…” and store it in a folder on your computer or print it out to save offline.


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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14 thoughts on “Card Layout 52

  1. John, since you do an awesome job on creating Asian cards….Will you do more of them?
    I love making Asian cards, they can be simple or a lot, either way they are gorgeous. I have all these Asian colored papers and embellishments, but don’t know where to start. I have use some of your Sketches so far, and they came out wonderful. It’s you, that has the tricks ,on how to mix and match everything. That’s where I get lost.
    Please do more!
    Thanks from Cali

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  2. Wow! You couldn’t of done any better. Good job!
    Love how you took a piece a paper, colored it different shades of color, and put your die on it..as you did the butterfly. Great idea. I learn so much from you!
    Thanks From Cali

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  3. I have a new favorite, this one, John! Once again an awesome card and great lay out.
    What a great idea John to use the backing of the doily as a resist for another project with paints (or inks). I would never thought of that, learn always something from you.
    Thank you so much for sharing this beauty, stay safe and have a wonderful evening.

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  4. Hi John as always another entertaining video. I do like the way you throw in useful ideas like how to ombre with inks before die cutting. Never entered my head to do that. Enjoy the rest of your day Xx

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  5. Another gorgeous layout John. I am really enjoying seeing all your designs and ideas come to life. They have helped me enormously over the last few weeks. Many, many thanks for all your hard work and for sharing your ideas. X

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