I have an unused trio of dies, one of which just called out to be on this sketch!
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Freshly Made Sketches: Let Us Adore Him
It's time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches! Today we have a sketch by Linda Callahan.
The colors took a funny turn - this card started out all white!! White wasn't quite right because the die got lost - so I paged through my Christmas paper stash and this one just jumped out. I loved its bold, Nordic colors yet I really hadn't done a Christmas card in quite this color scheme.
It's such a busy time of year, but I hope you can find a few minutes for yourself and play along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.
The patterned paper is from an old Basic Grey collection - Nordic Holiday
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I like that little village, the is pretty!!ReplyDelete
The bold red banner is wonderful with that Nordic paper! The die cut is beautiful! Pretty card for Christmas!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, Kim! I love that dsp and I love the pop of the red banner. Have a wonderful Christmas!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful, Kim! The black silhouette stands out beautifully against that gorgeous patterned paper. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas xxReplyDelete
This card is so beautiful Kim! I just love it! That sentiment makes me smile and that focal die cut is so beautiful! Love that background paper too! Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
You've sold me on the Beauty Lies Within dies! This is lovely - and the color choices are perfect!ReplyDelete
This is such a wonderful Christmas card. The patterned paper is perfect with that die and sentiment.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! Love the color combo and the village die-cut! Happy Holidays!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, Kim! Have a very Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
The village, the church, the sentiment...the essence of Christmas conveyed beautifully. The background paper: perfect! We're heading north shortly and I'm so looking forward to seeing my mom and taking her to Christmas Eve mass this evening. Fingers crossed our journey will be safe...a 'white Christmas' is making an appearance!ReplyDelete
absolutely beautiful :)ReplyDelete
This is really a fabulous card, Kim. I love the DSP; the colors/print are beautiful with your design. Really love the sentiment, too!ReplyDelete
This is such a wonderful festive card Kim! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas and New Year.ReplyDelete
Love this scene and it is wonderful with that background!! Hope your holiday was wonderful! Happy new year!ReplyDelete