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Monday, July 2, 2012

Freshly Made Sketch #41

I did something I haven't done before.
I am posting this card before I should to make the deadline for Freshly Made Sketch Challenge.
I needed inspiration yesterday ( I made 5 videos and 11 cards)
so I went in search of sketches.
I loved all of these.
I like to use a simple sketch and then dress it up if I am in the mood.
Complicated sketches leave me feeling pressured to do too much.
Anyway this sketch was used for my Step It UP! Saturday entry, which will be posted on Saturday.
All three cards and a video will be available.
So this is a sneak peek, and it is the step #3 card.
This was so much fun to do.
Check out Freshly Made Sketches HERE and join the fun!
  • Nature's Walk Stamp Set, Apothecary Art Stamp Set
  • Crumb Cake CS, Soft Suede CS, Midnight Muse CS, Very Vanilla CS, Comfort Cafe DSP, First Edition DSP
  • Crumb Cake Ink Pad, Soft Suede Ink Pad
  • Big Shot, Tulip Frame EF, Stamping Sponges, Crumb Cake Seam Binding Ribbon, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Dimensionals, Basic Pearls, Distressing Tool (retired)


Jana said...

OMGoodness, I love this card. I never think to emboss on the DSP or to use two different ones like you have. It has a very vintage feel.. well done, thank you for sharing with us :)

Allisa said...

I love how you embossed the DSP, I really need to try this! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Jen Brum said...

Wow! What a great card! I love the vintage look to it! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

Tui Nathan said...

What a great card Joan ...your embossed layer is awesome and your soft distressing adds a lovely edge!
Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!!!

Amanda said...

Beautiful card, Joan. I love how you can get so much detail in a card without making it look over done.

Carol Maynard said...

Wow!! Awesome card!!! I love how you incorporated two different sheets os DSP and then used the tulip frame embossing folder! How clever! I love the vintage look to the card!

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