Freshly Made Sketches #315

Hey Everyone

We have a new challenge at Freshly Made Sketches for you.  This weeks sketch has been designed by the wonderfully talented Amy O’Neill.  Take a look at her fab sketch:

So when you’re craft room is too hot to spend a lot of time being creative in, you go with a clean and simple card with as little stamping as possible.  I might be the only Melbournian wishing for Winter to arrive soon…..

My only stamping comes in the form of a sentiment from Holly Berry Happiness.   I added a thin strip of Basic Black cardstock that was edged with my Ticket Tear Border Punch.  I then cut various snowflakes from Seasonal Layers Thinlit Dies.  To add a little bling to my card, I added little black sequins to the centre of each snowflake.  The stitched oval on my card is cut with my Stitched Framelits Dies.  I LOVE Lemon Lime Twist for Christmas – so the DSP I used in the background is from Eastern Palace Specialty Designer Series Paper and then I added some Lemon Lime Twist ribbon and tied a knot.

The Clean Team have created gorgeous cards to inspire you.  Head over to Freshly Made Sketches and get ready be to wowed.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle

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9 thoughts on “Freshly Made Sketches #315

  1. That lemon lime twist has given such a fresh light feel to the card – perfect for a Christmas in Australia, and what a great sketch. I hope you’re not in for another summer like the last one. We just had our first real snow fall here last night, but I spent enough summers in Australia to know exactly how you feel.

  2. I’m loving Lemon Lime Twist for Christmas too. I think I missed the boat on using that color this year, though. 😦 Love the beautiful snowflakes. And the rhinestone centers really jazz them up!

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