Little Pink Typewriter — FMS157

I’m so glad you came by today!  It’s my turn to host the challenge over at Freshly Made Sketches this week, and I hope you’ll play along.  Ready to see the sketch?  Here it is:

I recently got the Tap Tap Tap stamp set.  I didn’t think I needed that set, and when I put in an order for a few other supplies it somehow ended up in my order.  Does that ever happen to you too?  Since it was 95 degrees here again today, I just can’t make Fall or Christmas cards, so I was glad to have this set handy.

Little Pink TypewriterI always thought it would be fun to have a typewriter this color.  Well, I guess I can now.  I watercolored the image after stamping it with StazOn Black ink.  The color scheme is Crisp Cantaloupe and Coastal Cabana with Basic Black and Very Vanilla.

Little Pink Typewriter Close UpWe would love to have you join us for this challenge.  Hop on over to the Freshly Made Sketches site and check out what a fabulous job the design team did with the sketch, and then post your own creation to the gallery so we can 000h and aaah over your creations.

Enjoy your Wednesday!  Thanks for stopping by!



13 thoughts on “Little Pink Typewriter — FMS157

  1. Awesome Sketch,Amy!!
    Oh yes,it always happens to me too!! I always order things that i usualy didn’t need!! hehe
    I love how you’ve used this Set!! The watercoloring looks great!

  2. I remember when I was a kid we had a pea-green typewriter so I would definitely like one this color! And I’d like to say that I’m sorry that it’s 95 degrees where you live but that would be a big lie! LOL! I’d happily trade my fall weather for your summer weather! Your card is beautiful and colorful as always and your sketch is fantastic!

  3. This is awesome, Amy! Love how you colored the typewriter and put the sentiment in color, too. The look is so perfect with the DSP and the colors.

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