Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Freshly Made Sketches: Hello

It's time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches! Today we have a sketch by Karren.


Karren says we can use any number of elements along the bottom of the small panel so I went for a swag made of my favorite floral set - Petals 'n Posies by Reverse Confetti.  I also pulled out some softer colors which aren't my typical go-to-colors, but it's been such a cold and dreary spring - I needed some springlike colors on my desk!

FMS Hello

This is such a great sketch that can be used in so many ways - I look forward to seeing what everybody does with it!

SUPPLY LIST



14 comments:

~amy~ said...

Perfect!

snappy scrappy said...

So pretty!!! LOVE!

Betty Keefe said...

love your card Kim - the soft colors and embossed background are wonderful!!

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Lovely card, Kim! Love how the flowers pop against the clean design!

Jen Brum said...

What a lovely card Kim! I love that textured background! The sequins and the flower and the sentiment all look amazing together!

Deepti said...

Beautiful!

Lisa said...

I love that flower set too Kim, this is darling!

Jen Mitchell said...

So pretty Kim. This is a perfect antidote to a dreary spring!

Amy O said...

I love the soft and pretty look of this card. And I love the pretty sequins with the twine bow. Beautifully done, Kim!

Cindy Lovell said...

Such a pretty card,Kim!! Love the embossed background and the hello die in the middle!! So pretty!

Happy Dance said...

Sweet card, Kim! Am still madly in love with this embossing folder, and can see that I really need to order it soon, lol! It's the perfect backdrop for this card. Love those RC flowers and hello too. Wonderful card. Have a great weekend. Bev

Karren said...

This is so very pretty, Kim! All that beautiful white space makes for a crisp and clean card and the texture adds the perfect amount of dimension.

Jen Timko said...

Such a perfect card for the sketch! Love those little sequins and the flower at the bottoms is wonderful.

Narelle Farrugia said...

Oh so lovely! What a pretty soft colour palette!