It was no surprise that last week’s gallery at Freshly Made Sketches was particularly fantastic…a Design Team Call certainly brings out everyone’s best! And we are at it again for this week’s sketch too. And oh what a great one it is!
The incredible Karren Johnson created this one and it has tons of potential for creativity. I saw the layered rectangles and immediately thought of this great cover panel from Reverse Confetti (Striped Frame). I cut it from white card stock. With the little rectangle in the middle, I added distress ink using the Life Changing Blender Brushes. Even on regular card stock, these really do make blending SOOO much easier!
I stamped the snowman from Let It Snow (Honey Bee Stamps), some snowflakes and the sentiment all in Hybrid Ink. Then I added a little bit of Copic coloring to the snowman. I hand cut the words and then added all the elements using foam tape. There is something about this fellow and his snowflakes that makes me happy every time I pull him out. Maybe it is the easy coloring but I’m pretty sure it is the simple joy he has in throwing the snow around. It always looks like he is creating a magical scene to me.
Well, I hope you enjoy this one. I’m back on Friday with the latest from Picket Fence Studios. They are having a small December release that you will love. Also…if you missed it…hop over to their Instagram page for a chance to win the entire release for you AND a friend! YES! Go…right now….ok, go after you go to FMS to check out all the details for the sketch. Hope you have a great day and I’ll see you soon!
This is so darn cute! Sweet snowman and fabulous diecut!
Awe! It’s like you can FEEL his snowman joy!
This is adorable!! I LOVE the soft sky and that snowman is so fun!!
What a happy card! I love the sweet snowman, and the white die-cut background is fabulous. I love this, Jennifer!
That adorable snowman just looks so happy and you’ve created a sweet scene for him. Love that cover plate, too! (You might just have enabled me, there…)
What a wonderful happy snowman! I love the sweet background you created for him.
I love this. I think your snowman is juggling snowflakes!