Happy Day Hello — FMS239

Summer vacation for my kiddos is so close I can almost taste it!  Just one more day of school!  But two great things happen today — no waiting!  Stampin’ Up! has released its new catalog, and we can finally order whatever we like (and I have a long list).  It’s also Wednesday, which means we have a new sketch for you over at Freshly Made Sketches.  Our hostess this week is our favorite Floridian, Cindy Hall.  And she has a super versatile sketch for us:

I needed to make a quick card for this one, so I pulled out a new kit that is available today, called the Oh Happy Day Card Kit.  It has all kinds of great stuff in it to make 20 cards.  Of course, I can’t be bothered to look at the simple instructions, so I just dove in and pulled out some of the elements that I like and thought would work with the sketch rather than making one of the fabulous card ideas provided in the kit.  That’s one of the great things about these kits — they provide you with instructions on how to make great projects with the kit contents, or you can go rogue and make whatever you want.

Happy Day Hello

The only stamping I did on this card was the sentiment, and that stamp is from a Paper Pumpkin stamp set that I received a while back.  Everything else on the card came from the kit.

Happy Day Hello Close UpWe hope you’ll join us and make your own card using the sketch!  We love to look through the gallery and see what you make.  Meanwhile, be sure to head on over to the Freshly Made Sketches site to see what the design team created.  They inspire me every time!

Enjoy your Wednesday!  Thanks for stopping by!


9 thoughts on “Happy Day Hello — FMS239

  1. Wow! I never thought you were a Rogue Team Member!!! I do love this card though! It’s so fun! You just have that knack to be able top put different patterns/colours/elements together!!! Enjoy the summer holidays! We still have 4 weeks of school…ugh.

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