It’s time for another new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches and this week our hostess is our favorite clean card making Canadian stamper extraordinaire, Jen Brum. Take a look at her fun sketch:
I thought the focal panel on this sketch would be big enough to showcase the Delicate Dahlias stamp set. It is one of the current Sale-a-Bration offerings, so if you don’t have it yet you’d better hurry and get it (for free!).
My mother-in-law has not been doing well the past couple of weeks, and because the hospitals here are full with so many Covid cases it has been hard for her to get into the hospital to get the care she needs. She was finally admitted yesterday and I wanted to make a card for her to hopefully brighten her day just a little bit.
I stamped the images and cut them out with my paper snips. I then arranged them on a piece of card stock that was cut with the Stitched Greenery die. A Cajun Craze scalloped edge was cut using a die from the Scalloped Contours dies. The sentiment is from the Nature’s Harvest stamp set and was embossed with white embossing powder. The dsp on the card base is from the Harvest Meadow collection.
We hope you’ll join us and create your own card using the sketch! We love to see 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!
5 thoughts on “Fall Dahlia Healing Thoughts– FMS502”
Such a beautiful card for cheering up your mother-in-law! Praying she has a speedy recovery!
This is such an amazing card Amy! I love the colours – I would never think of putting those together but they look so fabulous! Those Dahlias are so pretty and perfect for fall! I hope your mother-in-law feels better soon and is able to get the treatment she needs!
Love the rich fall colors on this gorgeous card! Hope your mother in law is now getting the help she needs and is recovering!
So beautiful and rich-looking! I’m sorry your mother-in-law is ill and I hope she recovers soon.
I hope your MIL is doing better. It’s always scary when I can’t get the care they need. I am sure she loved your card. I love all of the papers that you used.