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Freshly Made Sketches #148

Freshly Made Sketches #148 published on 10 Comments on Freshly Made Sketches #148

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Wow, what a gallery we had in last week’s Freshly Made Sketches challenge.  Thanks to all who played along with my sketch!  This week we have a fabulous sketch courtesy of the incredible Jen Mitchell.  Her style and attention to detail always wow me!

FMS148 - Greetings of the Season


My card this week should come with a disclaimer *Does Not Follow Simple Instructions Well*.  I flipped the sketch, kind of.  Only the center panel though.  Hmmmm…. Hopefully Jen won’t mind too much.  I was just obsessed with using this bird from the new set Beauty of the Season.  He is so fantastic.  And I had to color him.  I had to!  I framed him with a cut out from the On Film Framelits (cut from Early Espresso ) and added a sentiment from a set that is not even in the Holiday Catalog is it so new.  It will be a set you can get for hostessing in an upcoming promotion and it is called Good Greetings.  You will need it too.  It is awesome.  The Vintage Faceted Button was colored using the Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities (just like the bird).  A little Burlap Ribbon and that awesome Kraft Card Stock for the finished card.

You know that the team at FMS has amazing inspiration for you this week.  Because they always do!  And we have a guest stamper for the whole month of August.  Kim Singdahlsen has joined the Clean Team (and the ensuing craziness)!  Please go give her a warm welcome!  Back soon with some more of my Display Stamper projects.  Until then, have a great week!

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Stamps:  Beauty of the Season, Good Greetings; Paper:  Kraft, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla; Ink:  Momento Black, Blendabilities – Cherry Cobbler, Daffodil Delight, Skin Tone;  Accessories:  Big Shot, 1-1/4″ Burlap Ribbon, On Film Framelits, Vintage Faceted Button, Linen Thread

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This is gorgeous! One thing I like about winter (pretty much the only thing) is being able to see a bright red cardinal sitting on a leafless branch from across my back yard. And you’ve captured that image perfectly with your beautiful coloring! And you know I don’t mind at all that you flipped that layer. 🙂

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