It’s time for a new sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches, and this week I have the honor of hosting our challenge. I have a simple sketch, but it is one with multiple layers. I think it will be fun to see how everyone uses them. Here’s a look at the sketch:
As soon as I got my newest Paper Pumpkin kit in the mail this week, I knew I wanted to use it for the sketch. It seems like I rarely use these kits as designed, though I usually love the sample cards. It is so fun to get this cute box of happy mail each month. The kit this month coordinates with the Broadway Bound suite in the annual catalog.
Everything on this card comes from the kit. The only exception is the card base, which I substituted for a plain Whisper White base. I love the shiny gold sentiment (which I had a terrible time trying to photograph).
We hope you’ll join us and create your own card using the sketch! We love to browse the gallery and visit your blogs. 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!
7 thoughts on “Hooray for Paper Pumpkin — FMS#342”
Well this card has party written all over it! Such a fun set! And the colors you used are great! And I hear about the gold foil – so hard to photograph!
What a fun birthday card. I really like the ink splatters in the background, it adds that little bit more to make this a truly a fabulous card.
This is such a bright and cheerful birthday card! Super fun balloons and the gold sentiment is so cool, Wonderful sketch, too!
Totally love this card Amy! So perfect for a birthday and it just looks happy! Love that big, gold sentiment! So fun! Thanks for a great sketch this week!
What a fun and happy card!! I love the gold and your perfect blend of patterns. Thanks so much for a great sketch this week!
It is definitely Broadway Bound – I love the “neon lights” and the shiny gold!!
Now that’s a fun birthday card. Love that shiny “hooray” and the balloons. I can totally sympathize with getting that shiny cardstock to show up in photos. Hardest thing ever! But you did a great job! 🙂