Freshly Made Sketches #111

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FMS Final 111-001I am such a fan of sketches that make for quick yet creative cards!  Guess what?  The awesome Linda Callahan has created just that for us this week at Freshly Made Sketches. I think this one is really fun to use!

FMS111 - Dahlia Birthday

I am completely in love with this dahlia from Regarding Dahlias.  Every time I see it on a card, I think it is so great.  It was the first thing I thought of when I saw the sketch.  So out it came and I stamped it using Cherry Cobbler ink onto Very Vanilla.  A few snips later and I have this perfect flower.  Because it is so pretty with black, Modern Medley DSP just “had” to come out too.  Aren’t they pretty together?!  I have found myself a little short on birthday cards so this sentiment from Four You seemed like just the right one.  This is one of those cards that can be easily duplicated to create a set (perfect gift…I think so!).  The cool sketch really makes it feel special.

As always, the design team is ready to wow you!  I’m all ready to start pinning!  Oh, and if you hadn’t noticed already, we have set up a Freshly Made Sketches Pin Board where the team is pinning the sketch and our cards every week.  Yep, one stop shopping for inspiration!

If you haven’t seen it already, I put up the first of my cards with the new November Artisan Team box.  Come take a look…Christmas is in the air (at least a Christmas card).  Thanks for stopping by. See you again soon!

Stamps:  Regarding Dahlias, Four You; Paper:  Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Modern Medley DSP; Ink:  Cherry Cobbler; Accessories:  Dimensionals, Stamp-a-ma-jig

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14 thoughts on “Freshly Made Sketches #111

  1. Amy O'Neill

    Oh, I love that dahlia! And I haven’t used it in a while (I need to change that). I love the clean look of the Modern Medley paper with it. Beautiful CAS card, Jennifer!

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