I hope you are having a great week! I’m so happy to share the latest sketch from Freshly Made Sketches. Our sketch hostess this week is one seriously amazing stamper! Jen Mitchell has created a gorgeous sketch for us and I’m totally in love with it!
I tried to use a different color palette than I have been playing with lately and started first with this go-to flower from Altenew’s Beautiful Day stamp set. I stamped using Versafine ink and then colored using Zig Clean Color Markers. Just two colors was all it took to get pretty variation on the petals. I fussy cut it out and then added it to this ivory base to match the sketch. I used the Softly Falling embossing folder to give dimension to the top panel and added a Paper Pumpkin sentiment on the bottom later. I then added a Basic Pearl (colored with a Sharpie) and some Black Metallic Thread to the flower.
This sketch has infinite potential and I think I may use it again soon! Love, love it! I hope you will too. So glad you stopped in for today’s card. I’ll be back tomorrow with a look at a new product and I can’t wait to share. Until then, have a great day!!
Stamps: Beautiful Day (Altenew), Paper Pumpkin sentiment(SU) ; Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Zig Clean Color Markers; Paper: Naturals Ivory (SU retired); Black Metallic Thread, Basic Pearls, Big Shot, Softly Falling Embossing Folder, Dimensionals
You are such a pro with those Zigs! Gorgeous flower and card, Jennifer!
You do have a way with flowers girl! Beautifully done in yellow and black!
I. Love. This. Card. From the softly falling dots to that beautiful flower to the thread to the sentiment. It’s gorgeous and you make me want to take out my long-neglected Zigs!!
This is such a beautiful card Jen! I love that flower! It’s gorgeous and your colouring is amazing (as always!). The background is perfect! So pretty!
Your Zig coloring of this beautiful flower is perfect! Fabulous card!
Beautiful Card! Love your light and airy look!
This is such a lovely clean card Jennifer! Your flower is perfectly coloured and has such definition! I’m in awe of your colouring!