Banner card

You have probably seen this technique all over the place.  It is currently the sketch challenge over at Blessings Ink, so I had to give it a try:
The banners made me think of international flags.  They are all cut from the SOTF (scraps on the floor, although some people think the S stands for something else).  This technique works with any scraps of any size.  A little sponging of blue distress ink gives it the clouds in the sky look and feel.

Challenges:

Juliet Arrighi


9 comments:

Janice said...

Nice work with your "s" pieces of paper. Really love the simplicity of this one. Thanks for sharing it with us at an OBAG, Jx

Chana said...

Very nicely done! You have inspired me go make a few card sets and get rid of small scraps of paper that are languishing in my stash! Nice project and nice inspiration! Thanks for playing along with us at Eclectic Ellapu!
Hugz,
Chana

Myrna said...

Juliet
Neat card.
Even though I am not a fan of banners I like what you have done.
Myrna

May said...

Fabulous card, Love the assorted banners... Brilliant idea! Thank you for joining us at Eclectic Ellapu this week... Hugs May x x x

Leslie Hanna said...

I think I love you. Your SOTF is now forever etched in my brain. HA!

Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

angelic crafter said...

this is a really nice card... I often get stuck with male cards, but this is a great idea! Love the banners perfect for our challenge :-) Thanks for joining us over at Southern Girls Challenge. XOX Tania

Siv said...

Lovely card! Many find it more difficult to make a masculine card, so this is a great idea!
Thanks for playing along at the Southern Girls!
Hugs Siv

Marlies said...

A beautifyl card, so original and a great idea! Thanks for joining us at ATSC, Marlies x

Helen said...

Fab card - what a great way to use up some scraps!
Thanks for playing at Oldie but a Goodie!
Helen x