It’s Wednesday, and that means we have another sketch for you over at Freshly Made Sketches. We have been lucky to have Shannon Jaramillo with us as one of our guest designers. She is our hostess this week and she has a fabulous sketch for us that allows for so many possibilities:
I needed to make a sympathy card for one of my sweet stamping sisters, and I wanted to make something bright and pretty, like her. I used a new set I hadn’t inked up yet, Falling Flowers, which has a coordinating set of framelits.
I started by sponging some Daffodil Delight ink onto a piece of Irresistibly Floral dsp. The flowers were stamped onto Peekaboo Peach, Watermelon Wonder, and Daffodil Delight cardstock with their corresponding ink pads.
The circle was die cut with the Layering Circles Framelits Dies out of Soft Sky cardstock. The Vellum cardstock scalloped circle was also cut with these framelits.
We hope you’ll join us and make your own card using the sketch and post it to the gallery. We love to see what you make! Meanwhile, be sure to stop by the Freshly Made Sketches site to see what the design team has for you for a big dose of creative inspiration.
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
8 thoughts on “Thinking of Falling Flowers — FMS247”
What a gorgeous card! I love the colour combo!
Amy, I’m always blown away by your cards and today is no exception! Love the background, the tone on tone flowers, the color choices, the vellum scallop circle, the doily and the metallic thread…truly amazing! Thanks so much for making my sketch shine!!
You make the prettiest cards on the planet! The shade background sets off those bright flowers perfectly! And I love the wee bit of vellum peeking out!
Oh Amy, this is beautiful! I love that vellum scallop circle, the colorful flowers, and your sponged background!
WOW! Such a gorgeous card!!
Stunningly beautiful card, Amy! Your sponging in the background is amazing and I love how it fades out towards the edges of the card.
What a beautiful card Amy! I love all the details in this card! So many fabulous element! Love the flowers and the enamel dots and that sweet doily! Your friend will be blessed by this card.
You truly are the master of combining colours – I get to more than two and I freeze! This card is just gorgeous!