Freshly Made Sketches #327

Hey Everyone

It’s time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches.  Our sketch hostess is the wonderfully talented Jen Mitchell.  Jen is not only the creator of gorgeous clean cards, she’s also a fabulous sketch designer.  Take a look at her cool sketch:

I’ve had my newly purchased Brusho sitting on my desk unused for a few weeks.  It kind of scared me as I was unsure how to use it.  I decided to give it a go on this weeks card.

I wanted to created a washed looking background and I think I achieved this….. I carried over the yellow and tinges of red from the background into my flowers.  The flowers I’ve used are from Perennial Birthday.  I gave them a quick colour with So Saffron and Real Red Inks.  The leaves were also given a quick watercolour with Pear Pizzazz Ink.  I then stamped some leaves from in Petal Palette in Basic Basic Ink and fussy cut them to layer behind the flowers.

I really like the sentiment on this card as it can be used for so many occasions.  It’s also from Stampin’ Up!s Perennial Birthday.

The team are sure to wow you with their cards – head over to Freshly Made Sketches and take a look.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle

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5 thoughts on “Freshly Made Sketches #327

  1. This Brusho background is wonderful! Love the color variations!! As always, the flowers are perfect. Love your take on the sketch.

  2. Gorgeous card Narelle! I love those flowers and that background is amazing! So cheery! I don’t even know what Brusho is!!! It’s best we keep it that way! It looks complicated and messy!!! Neither of which I do well with!!!

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