Ready or not, it’s time for another new sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches, and this week our crafty pilot friend, Jennifer Timko, is our hostess. She has a simple, classic sketch for us and it is one that is super versatile. Take a look:
Since Stampin’ Up! has made some of the new products from the upcoming annual catalog available a month early, I thought I should feature this suite today. There is some gorgeous dsp and a new stamp set, Love What You Do, that you can order now.
I started with a Mint Macaron (I’ve missed this color — It’s so good to have it back) card base and stamped the clusters of small flowers with Mint Macaron ink. The sentiment was stamped with Tranquil Tide ink.
The flowers were all cut out with paper snips (lots of fussy cutting) from a sheet of Share What You Love Specialty DSP. They were arranged and a bit of Fresh Fig ribbon (this is retiring) was added, as were some new Share What You Love Artisan Pearls.
Stampin’ Up! is offering three different bundles, which all include free products, when you purchase products in this new suite.
We hope you’ll join us and create your own card using the sketch! Meanwhile, be sure to stop by the Freshly Made Sketches site to see what the design team has created for your inspiration!
Enjoy your Wednesday! Thanks for stopping by!
8 thoughts on “Thankful Bouquet — FMS335”
I love Mint Macaron too and the colors you chose for your flowers look wonderful with it! Beautiful card!
Love this x
This is gorgeous! I love the rich colors of the flower paired with the mint macaroon background!
What a beautiful way to show off the new and returning items. Those flowers are really pretty!
Your fussy cutting was so worth the effort, Amy! This is one gorgeous card!
What a beautiful card Amy! I just love those flowers and the background! They are so springy and pretty!
Beautiful Card! Like your fussy cut flowers.
Amy, Amy, Amy – you have totally nailed it with this fabulously and amazingly beautiful card! It would have to be one of my all-time favourites – it’s stunning!