Love, love, love the newest sketch at Freshly Made Sketches! This sketch has been designed by the super talented Jen Brum. Sketch challenges are my favourite and where I get most of my inspiration when I’m stuck for a design.
My love for Stampin’ Up!s Graceful Garden continues. This time I watercoloured my roses with Cherry Cobbler Ink and my leaves are coloured with Old Olive Ink. The pretty designer series paper I’ve used is from Bundle of Love Specialty Designer Series Paper. The papers from this pack are all stunning and, even though I want to use them on every card, I’ve held myself back so you won’t be Bundle of Love’d out!
The sentiment I’ve used is from Beautiful Bouquet. I made this card for a wedding, but with the simple congratulations, it could be given for an anniversary or to someone who is starting a new job. Whenever I sell my cards I’m always interested to hear the story of who they’re buying them for.
Here’s my card:
The design team at Freshly Made Sketches have aced this sketch challenge – head over to Freshly Made Sketches and take a look.
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We are celebrating 300 sketches at Freshly Made Sketches this week! How amazing is that? To celebrate this huge milestone, one person will be randomly chosen from the gallery to receive all of our cards!
I remember I played along with the very first sketch way back and I definitely my first card (not a fan of that one I can tell you…..). It’s funny (and almost slightly cringeworthy) looking back at my style and the cards I used to make.
Our sketch designer is Jen – she’s created this great sketch for us:
I ADORE this sketch and as soon as I saw it, I knew I wanted to make a Christmas card in blue and white. You will see that I’ve added a strip of Silver Glitter Ribbon under my sentiment to break up the blue and white and to also add a bit of sparkle. I also LOVE this sentiment from Holly Berry Happiness as it’s the perfect sentiment for when I create cards for the many creative friends I have made overseas. I stamped the sentiment in Basic Black Ink and then punched it out with my Pretty Label Punch.
The designer series paper I’ve used is from Bundle of Love Specialty Designer Series Paper and the snowflakes I’ve cut are from Seasonal Layers Thinlit Dies. These dies are so versatile as there are dies for all seasons in them.
The girls are Freshly Made Sketches are such a wonderful group of girls that I feel privileged to be a part of. As always, they inspire me and encourage me to create the best cards I can. Head over to Freshly Made Sketches and take a look at the wonderful cards they have created.
We would love it if you could play along with our 300th sketch!
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