Guess whose week it is to be the hostess at Freshly Made Sketches?! Mine! I’m so excited for this sketch and I hope you like it as much as I do. I created the big gray panel as a place to put DSP or you can put something with pattern on the edges like I did. The circle can be any shape…just use your creativity!
So I know it might be a little early for an Easter wreath but this could just as easily be for spring. Or change the colors for another season. I created the wreath using strands from Burlap Ribbon. I created the purple flower to mimic the pattern of a hydrangea and added the little yellow flowers. All of them use the flower punch from my Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack. Let me know if you want to see more details on how I made the wreath and if you would like me to make a video to show you. I added the sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes onto a banner that uses the Banner Punch to flag the end. The background DSP is from the Moonlight Paper Pack.
I always love getting to be the sketch hostess. You always show me ways to use a sketch that I never considered when I created it. Such fun! The design team has done exactly that and you are sure to find yet another Pin-able card from them!
Well, I finished my 9-month check yesterday. That simulator really does dish it out! Let’s see, engine failures (that almost goes without saying), dual hydraulic system failures (that makes for A LOT of work) and some other “fun” things. But now it is done until the next cycle. Always good to get it finished! My kids are home from school on yet another snow day. Hoping to get to the crafting table and maybe they can even join me! My last Dirty Dozen projects go up tomorrow over at Splitcoaststampers and I hope you’ll go take a peek!
Thanks so much for stopping in today. Thanks for sharing your time with me! Don’t forget to let me know what you think about the wreath! See you soon!
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Stamp: Teeny Tiny Wishes; Paper: Whisper White, Moonlight DSP Paper Pack; Ink: Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight Blendabilities; Accessories: 1-1/4″ Burlap Ribbon, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Basic Rhinestones, Banner Punch, Crystal Effects, Vintage Faceted Button
Oh Jennifer,i think i need to steal this wreath idea!! So clever to use these burlap strands!! The flowers are so pretty and go so well togehter with this awesome wreath and the grey paper!!
Wow, this is beautiful, so simple, classic and serious inventive!
This wreath is genius! Love how you’ve interpreted your fabulous sketch. This is a CAS beauty! Congrats on your check flight and your Dirty Dozen stint.
Delightful. Yes. Please do a video.
That wreath is fabulous! So rustic and pretty, especially with the flowers. You’re so creative!
The first three commenters stole my thunder. It really is a brilliant idea, and good for every season. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us!
Off the charts creative my friend! Love the wreath – simple and of so sweet! Great sketch this week!
Wow this is totally gorgeous! Your burlap wreath is the cleverest thing I’ve seen in ages! I soooo enjoyed putting my card together with your sketch – it’s one of my favourite sketches!
This is stunning in its simplicity Jen! A very creative use of the burlap and I love the little hydrangea too. Such a clever interpretation of your sketch too.
Fun sketch, Jennifer! Like the way you used your burlap ribbon to make a wreath.
What a clever way to use that burlap ribbon. And I love how it all pops against the white. Your sketch was a delight to work with this week.
Beautiful Wreath! I like the touch of flowers!
Jen, this is the most beautiful Easter card! I love that wreath! Who would have though to pull the threads apart! Love the flowers. They are so sweet. It all looks amazing against the white!
I DID love your sketch this week! I don’t often get to play along at FMS but when I saw your sketch this week I knew I had to try! : ) Great job and your card is so sweet! I love those perfect little flowers : )
Thank you again for a great sketch.
The wreath is sooo cute, great card!
Burlap is my fav for most anything! Love how you used it for your wreath. Sweet card!
You are SO creative!! That wreath is so unique and so elegant!
Oh my gosh, Jennifer! I love, love, LOVE your take on this sketch. Very creative and the results are stunning. This is so amazingly beautiful, clean and fresh!
Jen, this is absolutely perfect! How clever, to use threads from the burlap! I adore the pretty flowers. i love your style Kx
Simply wonderful Jen! Lovin’ the twine wreath and sweet little flowers!