Big and Little Blooms — FMS141

Woohoo!  It’s Wednesday!  And Wednesdays bring new sketches at Freshly Made Sketches.  And the always creative Cindy Hall has a fabulous and challenging one for us.  I guess that’s why it’s called a sketch “challenge”, right?

This sketch had me stumped for a while.  I decided it would be a great sketch to show off some pretty dsp, so I looked through my stash, and decided I needed to cut into a sheet that I love from the Flowerpot package.  And since it has flowers all over it, I decided to make a big flower using the Flower Patch stamps.

Blooming SquareMy son walked by while I was photographing this and said that he thought “blooming” is used as a bad word in England.  I’m not sure how he would know that, but if it is, I apologize to those of you across the pond!  It’s not meant that way here.

Blooming Square Close UpI used the coordinating Flower Flair Framelits dies to cut out the flowers.  They sure do make it easier!

We hope you’ll join us and make your own card with the sketch!  Jump on over to the Freshly Made Sketches site to see what the other designers made with it for some inspiration.

Enjoy your Wednesday!  Thanks for stopping by!

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11 thoughts on “Big and Little Blooms — FMS141

  1. Hee hee – the things kids know! Bloomin’ can be a substitute for a rather mild swear word (bloody) but I’m pretty sure everyone will understand the true meaning on your card, regardless of where they’re from. I love these beautiful big flowers and can’t wait to get my hands on that set!

  2. Fabulous,Amy!! I can’t say it enough…i just love your eye for colors!! These are stunning…so beautiful!! And the flower is so pretty!!! I so had no idea about the blooming!! You have one smart boy there!!!

  3. Oh Amy! This is so beautiful! I can’t believe how much I love all those flowers! I can’t wait for my stamps to arrive!!! Love that white embossed banner! Hope you’re having a great vacation!

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