I am very late to Freshly Made Sketches this week. (Apologies to the rest of the design team!) Life just got in the way when the sketch came out last Wednesday. It's been over a week since I sat at my craft desk. I am not a happy person when I go that long without a little crafty time. So last night, while my guys were focused on the Colorado Rockies baseball game - after we all spent a long day hauling stuff to the dumpster that is sitting in our driveway (no reason except we've lived in the same house for 26 years and it's way past time to rent a dumpster and clean out) - I used the current sketch to make a Christmas card.
Here's this week's sketch by Linda. The challenge closes tomorrow - so have fun today!!
Dies: Lawn Fawn Stitched Borders, Tim Holtz Winter Words and Holiday Words Script
Distress Inks: Candied Apple, Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn
I know exactly what you mean. Life has been getting in the way here, too. I'm grabbing a few minutes while DH is somewhat settled to do a little commenting, with the promise to myself that if he stays put, I can craft after a while. I'm really glad you took some time to make this sweet card. That gradient green to red is fabulous for a Christmas card. Love those dots, too. Wonderful sentiment as well. Hope you get that dumpster filled and hauled and you can get back to your regular crafty time. BevReplyDelete
It was worth the wait Kim, this is terrific!ReplyDelete
That blended panel looks absolutely gorgeous! Such a fabulous card and worth the wait!ReplyDelete
Delightful! Lvoe the inky panel!ReplyDelete
Beautiful panel and sentiment. Great take on the sketch. Good luck with the de-cluttering!We need to just bite the bullet and do it, too. LOL!ReplyDelete