It’s time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches, and this week our sketch comes all the way from France via our favorite die-cut card-maker professionnelle, Cecile Ribon. Take a look at her fun sketch:
I need a graduation card for our daughter who will finish up her college degree in just a little over two weeks. It has been a long, tough four years, with Covid making it extra difficult. However, she has loved her time in Michigan! I wanted to make her a card using her school colors of maize and blue to personalize her card a little.
I used the December 2022 Paper Pumpkin kit stamp set (the sentiment) and the Best Day stamp set (fireworks and confetti) to make her card.
Some Night of Navy Bordered Ribbon was added as an embellishment, as were some retired resin stars. I used Blueberry Bushel for the ink on this card. It will be returning as a new core color when the next annual catalog is released in May
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!
7 thoughts on “She Did It! — FMS581”
I love this!! Congratulations to your sweet baby girl, I can’t believe she’s already finish!! ❤️
This is VERY sweet…congrats to your daughter! Fun way to use the sketch! BTW, I didn’t see your card in the FMS gallery….we sometimes have that issue at the Players too! Thought you’d like to know!
This is such a fantastic graduation card Amy! I just love the colours and fireworks and confetti peeking out! Congratulations to your daughter!
Love this Amy – what a fabulous way to celebrate your daughter’s achievements!
What a super fun and happy card, Amy! I love it and your daughter will surely love it, too! Just perfect to celebrate a beautiful achievement! Congrats to your daughter!
Beautiful graduation card! Congrats to your daughter! Wonderful accomplishment!
Wonderful card for a fabulous achievement! It certainly doesn’t seem like 4 years since she left for college, but I’m sure it felt like way longer for you!