Yesterday I decided to mock up a Thanksgiving card in MDS ... have you ever done that? I was away from home and my craft room, happened to have my laptop with me, and create "Thanksgiving card" was on my to-do list. Those of you who have followed my blog know that I love doing punch art pumpkins in the fall, so my task was set.
Here are the initial results:
Now, I may experience some difficulties when translating this into a paper card when I get home:
- The Teeny Tiny Wishes greeting I used will not be large enough ... so I'll need to dig through my Thanksgiving greeting stamps to see what I have.
- My textured digital stamp on the upper part of the card will need to be swapped with a background stamp in my collection (I think I'll ink it partially for the same faded look).
- As with most of my pumpkin punch art cards, I may revert to my Little Leaves Sizzlit for my foliage ... or maybe not? Maybe I could heat emboss the Always Foliage Stamp onto my punch art?
But I do like the layout of this card! So I think I out to turn it into a card sketch for my gallery.
So, please tell me. Do you ever use digital to design a project you will later create in paper? Or, does what happen in digital always stay in digital?