It’s Wednesday, so that means we have a new sketch for you over at the Freshly Made Sketches blog. And this Wednesday, the amazing Kim Singdahlsen is our hostess. Look at what she has for us:
I had some birthday themed products out on my desk, so I decided to start there. I used the Balloon Bash stamp set and the Birthday Bash dsp.
I embossed the focal image with Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder, cut it out, and popped it up with dimensionals. I love how the specialty dsp also has gold embossing on some of the balloons.
We hope you’ll join in and make your own card using the sketch. We love to look through the gallery and see how you use the sketch. You can see what the rest of the design team made this week over at the Freshly Made Sketches site. They always wow me.
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
9 thoughts on “A Crooked Happy Birthday — FMS173”
Birthday delight! Love the gold and the oh so festive look of this! Bright and cheery for sure!
What says happy birthday better than pom-poms! Not much, I say! I love these colors, the bits of gold and your fresh take on the sketch!
Such a fun card! Gorgeous and bright colors and the embellishments are so cool!
I kind of feel stupid,telling you over and over,just how much i love the colors you use!! 😉 But that’s the first thing that jumps to me,when i see your beautiful creations!! I hope it’s not getting boring?!
Stunning birthday card!! Love the twine,sequins and pom poms!! SO fun!!
This is such a fabulous birthday card Amy! I love it! I love those fun, bright colours and the pompom trim! This would be so exciting to get in the mail and will delight someone!
Gorgeous as always Amy! Love those fabulous fun colours and the embossing just takes this card over the top!
LOVE the colour scheme Amy and all that gorgeous, interest with the sequins, baubles and layers! Thanks for the inspiration over at FMS. Hazel xx
EVERYTHING about this card is awesome, Amy. From the colors and DSPs to the pompoms, sequins and embossing, you really know how to put it all together to create a work of art!
How do you DO this??!!! Those colors terrify me and you make them look easy. The touch of gold, the pompom trim…fantastic!