A Field of Gingham Flowers — FMS130

It’s Wednesday, and that means we have another sketch for you at Freshly Made Sketches.  This week, Linda Callahan is our hostess.  Not only is she a fabulously talented stamper, who makes beautiful cards every week, but she also has a fabulous sense of humor.  Oh, how I love this team!

I pulled out Field Flowers and stamped the flowers with Crushed Curry ink and I used Pumpkin Pie ink for the flower center stamp.  I added some Dazzling Diamonds glitter to the centers as well.  I love the gingham paper from Gingham Garden dsp, so I need to use it up before the new catalog comes out.  You know, that’s only two months away.

gingham flowersHead on over to Freshly Made Sketches and see what the rest of the design team has to share this week.  And then we hope you’ll make your own card and link it up in the gallery.  We love seeing your work!

Enjoy your Tuesday!  Thanks for stopping by!


10 thoughts on “A Field of Gingham Flowers — FMS130

  1. This gingham is wonderful on your card! This card is as warm and inviting as Grandma’s kitchen! Well except maybe for my grandma’s who smoked and took out her false teeth to scare us!

  2. Beautiful, Amy! The gingham background works so well with those gorgeous flowers. Field Flowers would have to be one of my fave flower sets ever and you’ve used it so well!

  3. This card is fabulous Amy! I love that gingham background and Field Flowers is one of my favourite sets! Such a great contrast with the pumpkin pie! Super fun!

  4. I love the country kitchen feel of this card! So pretty with the gingham DSP. I love your striking color combo, too. So fresh and sunny!

  5. Amy – I don’t think that you have ever made a card that I didn’t love and use for inspiration in my next project. This is a beautiful combination of the gingham and flowers. Fits the brief perfectly. Inspiring project!

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