Gather Home — FMS453

It’s time for another new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches, and this week the very talented and lovely Judy Rozema is our hostess.  Take a look at this fun sketch:

This sketch is so versatile!  I looked through the stamp sets on my shelf and pulled out the Coming Home set because I hadn’t used it yet and I wanted to color.  I decided to make a Fall themed card rather than a Christmas card, which this set was designed for.

I started by stamping the two houses, trees, and wreath with Memento Black ink and colored them with my alcohol markers.  I then cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I layered the smaller house over the larger one to make a new house.  These images layer so easily and give you so many possibilities.  I love them!

I sponged a little Crumb Cake and Balmy Blue inks onto the circle to add a little depth.  I then added some Pretty Peacock splatters to the sky.  The sentiment is from the Gather Together stamp set and was stamped with Cajun Craze ink.

We hope you’ll join us and create your own card using the sketch!  We love seeing what you make as we browse the gallery each week!  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 “Gather Home — FMS453

  1. This is the cutest little scene ever. From your amazing blended background to that little touch of linen — I just love it. I will have to look more closely at those houses. How cute are they?!?!

  2. Such sweet images, Amy, your scene is so pretty! The houses work well with a fall theme and I love the touch of linen. So good to hear from you, thanks!

  3. What a sweet card Amy! I love that little fall scene you’ve created! The colours are fabulous! I just love the unravelling thread peeking out behind the sentiment!

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