Freshly Made Sketches #373

Hey Everyone

Welcome to our newest sketch challenge at Freshly Made Sketches. This weeks sketch has been designed by the fabulous and so very talented Kim Singdahlsen.Something I don’t normally do is flip a sketch.  I’m thinking the main reason I did this was to use up the diecut from Wonderful Floral Framelits Dies that I had sitting on my desk. I’ve placed it between strips of Gingham Gala 6″ x 6″ DSP and Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock.  I’ve starting cutting into my DSP! Eek! The black and white butterfly has been cut from Botanical Butterfly DSP – an item you can earn free during Sale-A-Bration when you spend $90 or more.

The sentiment I’ve used is from the Stampin’ Up! 2019 Occasions Catalogue called Beauty Abounds. To highlight the sentiment I’ve stamped a bokeh effect stamp also from this stamp set in Lemon Lime Twist. I then added some leafy diecuts from Wonderful Romance Framelits dies. To finish of my mostly monochromatic card, I then added a Lemon Lime Twist sequin.


The team at Freshly Made Sketches have created awesome cards using Kim’s sketch. Pop over to the challenge and take a look.

Thanks for stopping by.



10 thoughts on “Freshly Made Sketches #373

  1. What a great mix of Lemon Lime elements – it’s one of my favorite colors!! A perfect backdrop to that butterfly and lovely sentiment.

  2. Oh WOW! This card is just gorgeous Narelle! Those colours are truly amazing and I love that butterfly! Love how you’ve turned the sketch on it’s side! Truly an elegant card!!

  3. AH Narelle,

    Your cards are ALWAYS sigh-worthy… this one no exception. Such pretty fresh greens and the perfect balance of white and blacks.

  4. Flipping the sketch makes for a totally different and gorgeous look! That lemon-lime colour is pretty cool and makes everything look so fresh. Gorgeous card!

  5. Hello Narelle: I absolutely adore your card, I saw it a few weeks ago when I was browsing Pinterest.
    I love every single detail on it and that’s why I CASE’d it today, I sure hope it’s ok with you.
    Thank you for the inspiration.
    Maria Rodriguez.

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