Wild Rose Hello — FMS391

It’s time for another new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches, and this week it is my privilege to be the hostess.  I came up with a pretty simple sketch, but I think it leaves lots of room for creativity.  Take a look:

 

Whew!  It has been a whirlwind the past couple of weeks.  My middle child graduated last week, I planned a Senior dinner event for over 150 people for her school, and I just got back from our church’s youth camp with 600 others.  I am ready for summer vacation!    Another thing I’m ready for is the new catalog, which went live yesterday.  My card today features one of the new sets in it, and it is so fun to play with.

This flower is like a 3-step stamp set.  I started by stamping the outline with Mango Melody ink.  Then I used some So Saffron ink to stamp the broad-filling image.  Lastly, I stamped some Crushed Curry ink on top with the third stamp.  It will be so fun to play with different color combinations with this set.

For the background panel, I sponged some Balmy Blue ink and added some Artisan Textures splatters.  I love the fonts used in this set, and this sentiment was included with it.

I hope you’ll join us and create your own card using the sketch!  We love to see what you make each week as we browse the gallery.  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!
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7 thoughts on “Wild Rose Hello — FMS391

  1. That bright flower is gorgeous against the gingham! Great sketch – wonderful card! Hope all of your graduation festivities went well!

  2. Such a great card Amy! I just love that big, bright flower! That gingham paper is so cute! I would never think to put these colours together and yet they look incredible! Love your creativity! Thanks for a great sketch this week!

  3. I’m not sure how you got it all done but yay you!!! You deserve some quiet and stamping! This is really so pretty and I love the colors on that flower.

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