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Freshly Made Sketches #138

Freshly Made Sketches #138 published on 9 Comments on Freshly Made Sketches #138

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It is my turn!!!  Yay!!!!  Yes, yes, I am the sketch hostess this week at Freshly Made Sketches.  I always feel a little nervous when I create a sketch but after the team creates their magic, I feel better.  This week is just that.  You have to see what they have made!  WOW!

FMS138 - Graduation adventureAs for me, I have yet another card made with Project Life Everyday Adventure.  I just can’t stop making cards with it.  I know, I’m supposed to be scrapbooking but just look at how fun this is.  How can I resist?!  This little panel practically made the card for me.  First I snipped off the corners with the new PLxSU Corner Punch.  Then I put a small Bermuda Bay panel behind the top words.  The whole card is popped up on a Basic Black panel with Dimensionals.  The ribbons is the new Hello Honey In Color Ribbon (it is SOOOOOOO pretty….in all the colors!).  The button and some Bermuda Bay Baker’s Twine (new to the catty too) to finish.  This card is for my nephew who has just graduated from high school.  I think it is the perfect sentiment, don’t you?

So glad you could stop in today.  If you missed it, I have a great card using the new Blendabilities in last night’s Artisan post.  I am getting so excited for the new catty launch (June 2nd!)!!  I hope you will be able to join us this week in the gallery.  I am always so inspired by what everyone makes.

Until tomorrow, I hope your day is great!!

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Paper:  Whisper White, Basic Black, Bermuda Bay; Accessories:  Everyday Adventure PLxSU, Corner Rounder Punch, Hello Honey Ribbon, Neutrals Buttons, Bermuda Bay Baker’s Twine

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9 Comments

I’m not a scrapbooker so never looked at the PL stuff but now you keep posting these fab cards using it and I might just have to check it out! No fair LOL. Fab card and a superb sketch – I can’t wait to use it again and stick a bit closer to the sketch next time!

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