Welcome to the second week of Freshly Made Sketches month of celebrations. Week 2 sees us revisit our 200th sketch.
This sketch had me reaching for my Dashing Deer Bundle to pair with some Garden Lane DSP. I love it when I can work products into projects for something other than they were designed for. This Garden Lane DSP isn’t a traditional pack of Christmas papers, but I think it works perfect for my festive card.
My deer has been cut out with my Detailed Deer Thinlits Dies. To tie in with the colours in the DSP, I used Mossy Meadow Cardstock for him. I added some strips of Mint Macaron and Sahara Sand Cardstocks under the sentiment as well as piece of Braided Linen Trim. For a bit of sparkle I added some Noble Peacock Rhinestones.
The team have created wonderful cards using this sketch. Why don’t you pop over to Freshly Made Sketches and see what they’ve created? We would love it if you played along with us!
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We have a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches for you! This week our sketch has been designed by our Queen of creative backgrounds, distress inks and owner of probably the biggest stamp collections of anyone I know – Karren Johnson.
Also, don’t forget we are into week two of our Design Team Call. This is your last week to enter, so if you’d like to join our group, head over to the challenge, link up a card and add DT Call next to your name.
I decided to go a little scenic with Karren’s sketch – something I don’t do very often.
The tree I’ve fussy cut out is from the ever faithful Lovely As A Tree – truly the most versatile of stamp sets. I applied my Early Espresso and Old Olive Markers directly to the tree stamp, huffed on it with my breath and stamped on Whisper White Cardstock. The little reindeer are from Dashing Deer Stamp Set. I inked these up with Soft Suede Ink and cut them out with the matching Detailed Deer Framelits Dies. The grassy area was stamped with the grass stamps from High Tide. I’ve used a combination of Mossy Meadow and Old Olive Inks for the meadow.
I searched around for a sentiment that fit in the space where I wanted to place it. The one that worked the best was this Noel stamp from Joyous Noel. I stamped this in Early Espresso Ink. The background stamp is stamped in Crumb Cake Cardstock and is also from Joyous Noel.
The piece of designer series paper is from Wood Textures Designer Series Stack. I thought the woodgrain background fit with my whole woodsy/meadow scene. To balance out my placement of the reindeer, I added a sequin and a scrap of Burlap Ribbon near my sentiment.
For inspiration, head over to Freshly Made Sketches and see the gorgeous cards the Design Team have created.
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