MACM – Card Sketchbook Tips

Morning, all! Thanks again for all the get well wishes on last Friday’s post and giveaway. I’m still hanging in there. The cold is starting to fade, but I think it left behind a sinus infection. Boo.

Anyhow, I thought for today’s MACM video I would answer a question that came up multiple times here at my blog, at YouTube, and at Facebook after I posted the Card Sketchbook video a few weeks ago…

How do you use a sketchbook? How do you sketch?

I answer a bunch of questions in the video, so be sure to check it out below! :)

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  1. I’m considering making a sketchbook as well :-) I think I’m loosing way too much time to decide what kind of card to do… and I usually decide while I’m already pulling out all my stuff from the boxes :-)

  2. I made my first sketch book after seeing yours a few years ago…but then, like the others…I had no new ideas…this has been very helpful, so thank you. Hope your sinus infection is getting better.

  3. Thanks for a beautiful video with great ideas. I am inspired to try a sketchbook. and try to be a little more organized!

  4. I have already made four ‘card sketch’ books for me and friends….also daughter made one. However, do you have the PDF, or know where I could find one for the ‘pages’ insert? I would love to make one for scraping too. Thank you and love your inspiration.


  5. Can you please upload a PDF of the square card/scrapbook template? I make square cards more often than rectangular cards and would like to sketch them out(:
    Thanks so much!

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