It’s another Wednesday, and that means it’s time for another sketch over at the Freshly Made Sketches site. This week, our good friend from down under is our hostess, and she has a great sketch for us. Narelle is so talented at making multi-layered cards look clean and easy, so it’s no surprise that her sketch has some fun layers.
I pulled out a beloved stamp set that has gotten a little dusty on my shelf, Kinda Eclectic. I used some of the new In-Colors with it — Watermelon Wonder, Cucumber Crush, and Tip Top Taupe.
I started by embossing the sunburst image with some Crushed Curry embossing powder (retired now). The sentiment is from the Another Thank You photopolymer set.
We hope you’ll join us and play along with this challenge. It’s always fun for us to see what’s in the gallery each week. Meanwhile, you can hop on over to the Freshly Made Sketches site to see what the design team made for some inspiration. You’ll see lots of beautifully creative and very different interpretations for this sketch.
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
8 thoughts on “Eclectic In-Colors — FMS189”
Love seeing the new colors! They look great with the Kraft! Pretty card!
I had forgotten all about this stamp set too until I saw your card! Those leaves are some of my faves! I love how you’ve combined all these images along with that bit of lacy ribbon. Gorgeous!
Great take on the sketch, Amy! The sunburst image is perfect for the circle element. The new in-colors look beautiful and I’m looking forward to getting my hands on them.
Beautiful card Amy! I love that stamp set and think the sunburst is perfect! I love that little piece of lace peeking out! So sweet!
Simply a wonderful way to represent that circle! This is such a unique color combination, and I love the contrast with the background. 🙂
These colors are lovely together! Love the Crushed Curry starburst (I’m so glad I picked up that embossing powder when it was retiring)
This sunburst is perfect for the sketch, Amy! What a fun color palette (that I will now have to copy)!
I thought about this stamp set too as I knew it would work perfectly for the challenge! Your colours as always are combined perfectly!