Happy Wednesday, everyone! Wednesdays bring a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches, and our hostess, Cindy Hall, has a versatile sketch for us this week:
I decided to use the filmstrip die from the On Film Framelits dies for the focal image in the sketch. I combined it with a stamped image from the Perfect Pennants stamp set.
I used some Pool Party Core’dinations card stock and the Sale-a-Bration embossing folder for the background. And I used some of the beautiful and fun Sale-a-Bration dsp as well.
You should go check out what the design team did with the sketch at the Freshly Made Sketches site. And then be sure to play along, as we love to see your creations in the gallery.
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Perfect Pennants
Ink: Crisp Cantaloupe, Basic Black
Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Pool Party (Core’dinations), Sweet Sorbet dsp
Embellishments: In Color Boutique Details, Summer Starfruit 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon, Decorative Dots embossing folder, On Film Framelits
13 thoughts on “Good Thoughts Film Strip — FMS 122”
Love your fun card and “what a great sketch” too! I love how your button adds a bright splash of color but totally grounds the heart and dsp pattern together! Fabulous card Amy, I love it!!! TFS!
This is such fun! Love the framing and all of those wonderful colors!
Fabulous card, Amy! Love the use of the filmstrip die to frame your sentiment!
Fun colors, great texture and a heartfelt sentiment. Such a sweet card!
Your card is just on the edge of bold, but with a nice use of colors that coordinate nicely. Such a great card!
Oh this is lovely Amy – gorgeous colour combo, fabulous filmstrip and love the embellishments you’ve added!
Love the filmstrip, love the pop of black…well, love the whole card!!
Fabulous,Amy!! Awesome papers and colors!! I love the filmstrip!!
Oooh, another gorgeous one! I can’t wait to order the dsp and that embossing folder!
Great card Amy! I love the sentiment in the flimstrip! Looks great! The embossed background is fabulous !!! I’m thinking I may need that DSP too!!!!
Love how you used the SAB DSP on this, Amy. I have yet to use that pattern but you gave me ideas to use it with. Love your Clean and Layered style!