I had fun with this one!! In my not-yet-used dies was this little frame and I have a set of sentiments to fit inside of it. It seemed a bit small - so I started added arrows and stars. Then to keep it more contemporary - a brick background!
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Freshly Made Sketches: Big Huge Hugs
It's time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches! Today we have a sketch by Narelle.
I think this works as a big huge hug for the right person!!
I hope to see you playing along with this week's sketch at Freshly Made Sketches. I love browsing the gallery and seeing all of the amazing and creative ideas!
The little bits of patterned paper are from Echo Park's Happy Camper.
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Such cool elements on a cool card.ReplyDelete
Love that little frame and sentiment set! Funky colors that look great together.....and the brick wall is terrific as a backdrop!ReplyDelete
I love all the elements...awesome card.ReplyDelete
How fabulous! It has a certain masculine flair too (which I find nearly impossible to make) so I know you'll find just the right person to send that hug to!ReplyDelete
Love those layers there Kim! How you can layer and still keep it CAS is beyond me . . . I just wish I could do it! Have a lovely evening! Hazel xxReplyDelete
This is a fun card! The colors and patterns look fabulous and I love that brick wall embossing folder!ReplyDelete
I love this little collage, which is so clean and cute. And I love it against the brick background.ReplyDelete
SO cute Kim! I love the little collage of elements you put together!ReplyDelete
I love how the stars and the big arrow draw attention to that fabulous sentiment. This is a great color combo and I love the texture from the brick background too!ReplyDelete
This is such a fab card! I love those colours together - they have a really modern feel!ReplyDelete
Oh wow! You never cease to amaze me with your creativity! I love that brick wall background and those little stars! That frame is so fabulous! Just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Amazing card. I love the embossed background and love the fun elements. That sentiment is awesome too!ReplyDelete
Cheering and applauding your fabulous showcase of the MCT mini frame and arrows dies; these reside in my collection (I'm totally a fan of Emma's products...she was my 'gateway' into this hobby) but I haven't given them very much TLC of late. The brick background is striking; the wee stars, charming!ReplyDelete