It’s Wednesday, and the talented Jen Brum has a sketch for us at Freshly Made Sketches this week:
Now, I must say that this curve had me stumped for quite a while. Then I decided to just print the sketch, cut along the curve, and trace it onto my dsp. Pretty simple! Once I figured that out, this card was pretty easy and quick to make.
I hope you’ll join us with this challenge. You can check out what the other designers made at the Freshly Made Sketches site.
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Regarding Dahlias
Ink: Daffodil Delight, Coastal Cabana
Paper: Daffodil Delight, Strawberry Slush, Whisper White, In Color DSP Stack
Embellishments: Strawberry Slush 3/8″ Ruffle Stretch Trim, White Baker’s Twine, Pearl Basic Jewels
10 thoughts on “A Curvy Dahlia Card — FMS92”
Love this! Well done:-)
Genius way to make the curve! Wish I thought of that! This is beautiful! The ribbon is lovely along the edge!
Very pretty card as I am not crazy about the sketch so I won’t play along but you make it look beautiful!
Love the flower super cute !!!
Beautiful card Amy! Great idea printing out the sketch! I really love that Dahlia! That wish list of mine just keeps getting longer and longer!!! Those pearls are so fabulous!
Ooh, I love this Amy! Especially how you layered the sentiment over the flower and added the ruffle ribbon.
Well, tracing that curve certainly makes things easy! I love that big flower and the simple sentiment stamped over it is such a fresh, modern look. And I love these colors together! So tropical!
I love how you used the sketch! That ruffled ribbon accents the curve perfectly and I love that big beautiful dahlia!
You make combining colours that I would consider a bit tricky so easy! Love how you created your curve by using ribbon – clever thing you are!
Hmm….I need to trade brains because I sure didn’t think of doing that. Genius. You’ve really sold me on this set. I had no intentions of getting it, but it’s on my list now! Love the colors. You are a master of awesome color combinations!