Card Layout 57

Does it always go to plan? No. You’ve likely seen that with my other card layouts.

Sometimes this is a good thing though.

Here is todays creation that was inspired by the layout which you can download below.


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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6 thoughts on “Card Layout 57

  1. Hi John,
    Love the card and the great colors together.
    I also feel lucky I found you!
    You are a great teacher and inspiration!
    Thanks from Cali

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  2. Again a awesome card and lay out John. I love your idea of the cicles, this is great when you don’t have enough cardstock or paper to put a whole circle on top and it’s less heavier to mail.

    Question for you: what do you do with all the cards you made in this series?
    Do you post them, give away or put them in a box for when you need one?

    Thanks again for sharing, always love your videos, stay safe and have a wonderful weekend.

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      • Everything oké with you John?
        You are sertainly not useless, you bring so much joy to each and everyone who follows you
        and I know for sure that counts for your family and friends too.
        If you don’t send them it’s perhaps an idea to bring them to a senior complex so the seniors who are lonely get a nice card in their postbox.
        Hope you are well, big hug for you.

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  3. Thank you for yet another lovely card. Thanks too for the tips with the gridded ruler. I have one and only used it to centre things. I know better now

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