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Freshly Made Sketches #112

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Freshly Made Sketches has another fun sketch for you this week!  I have to say that I love the sketches from this team and they just keep coming up with new and fun ideas!  This week, the awesomeness is courtesy of the lovely Jen Brum.  This one lends itself to some cool interpretations.

FMS112 - Christmas Season

I thought I’d go all out with banners and chevrons on this on.  I started with the polka dot print from the Season of Style Paper Pack.  The chevron pattern on the back of that print was perfect to cut into little arrows so I started working on layering.  I needed something for behind that print and I punched out Cherry Cobbler chevrons using the Chevron Border Punch.  LOVE that one!  The Gumball Green arrows add another layer of detail but what to do for a sentiment?  Oh yes…the stamps from A Banner Christmas to the rescue!  I stamped the chevrons in Crumb Cake on White Vellum then cut them out and stamped on “Christmas” in Early Espresso.  The “Merry” is inked in Cherry Cobbler and cut out.  I added on a Vintage Faceted Button tied up with Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine to finish it up.  It is more layering than I normally do but I really like this card!  It seems fun and modern to me.

Ok, I know that you will love everything the design team has made.  This sketch has inspired a wonderful variety of styles!  I can’t wait to see what the gallery will hold!

I’ll be back on Friday with an Artisan extra post (our Stampin’ Up Facebook Page projects).  Don’t forget to check out my glittery tags from my earlier post too!  Hope your week is going well…see you soon!

Stamp:  A Banner Christmas; Paper:  Season of Style Paper Pack, Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green, Whisper White; Ink;  Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake; Accessories:  Chevron Border Punch, Vintage Faceted Buttons, Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine, Glue Dots, Dimensionals

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