I needed a quick get well card for my grandson, who is having surgery in a few days, so I could send part of his birthday present along with get well wishes. This card is made with the Scribble Technique – which is so quick to do, you’ll find yourself making a lot without any effort!!
Supplies Used: Perfectly Penned Stamp Set (#128703, Wood-Mount; #122892, Clear-Mount); Very Vanilla 8-1/2″ x 11″ Card Stock (#101650); Gingham Garden Designer Series Paper (#129310); Early Espresso Classic Stampin’ Pad (#126974); 2013-2015 In Color Stampin’ Write Markers (#131260); Sponge Daubers (#102892); Subtles Candy Dots (#130933); Essentials Hardware Clips (#129964); SNAIL Adhesive (#104332)
The Scribble Technique is exactly what you think it is!
- Take 3 to 5 brush-tip markers
- Scribble a patch of color
- Scribble the next patch of color beside the first
- Repeat as needed
Let the scribbling dry before you stamp your greeting or image. The more silhouette-like the image is, the better. You can also add the greeting or image on a separate layer that’s small enough so the scribbling shows.
The great thing about this card design is that it’s flat enough to mail without extra postage. The Candy Dots embellishments don’t raise enough of a bump to worry about!
To order what you need to make your own Scribble Technique designs, just click the Order Online Button in the sidebar or any of the product links in this article. You’ll receive Preferred Pricing and Stampin’ Rewards on qualifying orders!Read More