I had so much fun making a previous card sketch featuring what I’m calling window panes that I had to put together another version. I love the distinctive diamond window in Necessary Chaos #4 but it does take up quite a bit of landscape. For this version, I placed the window pane on the card as a square.
I kept the dimensions the same as I think the inch square for the center square is going to be quite versatile, even if you chose to use various scraps instead of an image.
Here’s the card I created from this card sketch. In this example, I created a 3″ x 3″ watercolor and then layered it with the background layer. Layers really make all the difference here.
As you know, how you use this card sketch is up to you. If you’d like to change the orientation of the base card, layer on some embellishments, or change the placement of any elements, it’s your card! Go for it! The flexibility is one of the things I enjoy most about the idea of using a card sketch to design. If you need a little more structure I’ve provided measurements but just like every other element in a card sketch, don’t let that limit you! I’d love to see what you create with this card sketch. If you’ve used this card sketch and would like to share your finished card with everyone fill out the Mister Linky below. I can’t wait to see what you’ve made!
Until next time…