It’s time for a new sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches, and this week our favorite Massachusetts resident, Jen Mitchell, is our hostess. She has a sketch that I love, which is easy to use and is very versatile. Take a look:
I wanted to use some more of the Lots of Happy Card Kit, so I pulled out some pieces from it to get started. I think these pieces are so pretty and feminine, so I decided to embrace that and made a very feminine card. I colored the pieces with watercolor pencils and used a blender pen as well.
The Powder Pink card base (this is such a pretty shade of pink!) was stenciled on the bottom portion with some embossing paste and a stencil from the Pattern Party Decorative Masks. I added a little strip of gold foil paper to further distinguish the two layers on the card base.
Some other little gold touches were added and this card came together pretty quickly.
We hope you’ll join us and create your own card using the sketch! We love to see what you create as we browse the gallery. Meanwhile, be sure to stop by the Freshly Made Sketches site to see what the design team has made for your inspiration.
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
9 thoughts on “Lots of Feminine Happy — FMS327”
Amy this is gorgeous! So much texture- I love the embossing paste, the gold shine, the vellum- all of it!
Stunning! Love it!
Beautiful use of the kit elements!!! I love the pink and the touches of gold!
This is so pretty, Amy! Making me rethink that kit!!
This is so soft and pretty – I love the colors! And I love the embossing paste!
What an amazing card Amy! I love those gorgeous flowers and that fun stencilled panel! So pretty! Seems like the perfect birthday card!!!
Love this Amy! The embossing paste and the little gold strip define that diagonal space beautifully. And I love how you have clustered the flowers around the sentiment. Beautiful card!
Gorgeous card. Love the colors. The bottom section with the embossing paste really sets off that lovely bouquet behind the sentiment circle.
Oh wow! This card is absolutely gorgeous Amy! You truly are the Queen of colours and perfect use of stamp sets!