Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Freshly Made Sketches Challenge #448


Happy Wednesday!  I hope you're having a great start to your week so far!  Can you believe we're cruising into the middle of the month?  It's now dark when I get up in the morning which makes it a little hard to wake up but now I get to see some spectacular sunrises again.  I love watching the sun come up.  To me it's the perfect time of day!

We have a brand new sketch this week at Freshly Made Sketches!  I have the honour of being this week's hostess.  It's always fun to be the hostess and see how many different cards can be created from one sketch!  I love all of the creativity out there.

I wanted to keep this sketch relatively easy.  It leaves a lot of room for interpretation!

I needed a sympathy card for a dear friend of mine who recently lost her sister.  I wanted to keep it fairly neutral but have flowers on it because she has the most amazing gardens!  

I pulled out the Poppy Moments Dies and some of the In Good Taste DSP.  I absolutely love this paper and the fabulous wood grains there are to choose from.


Cardstock: Whisper White, Very Vanilla, Gumball Green, Granny Apple Green, Early Espresso

DSP: In Good Taste

Stamps: Tall Blooms (Reverse Confetti)

Ink: Early Espresso

Other: Poppy Moments Dies, Sequins (Close to my Heart), Dimensionals

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  

I hope you'll head over to the Freshly Made Sketches blog and check out the cards the Design Team has created!  I think I've mentioned once or twice before how amazingly talented these ladies are!

I can't wait to see what you create with my sketch this week!



  1. This is so sweet and serene and perfect for a sympathy card! This was a fun sketch, Jen!

  2. Fun sketch this week my friend! Your card is lovely - the white flowers are perfect against the woodgrain.

  3. I loved the sketch! Your card is beautiful. The wood background really shows off those white flowers!

  4. I'm totally in love with this stunning card, Jen! The woodgrain paper looks fabulous, it makes a perfect background for those beautiful white flowers. I loved your sketch too, it is so versatile and just perfect for a CAS card.

  5. Quelle jolie version avec les coquelicots!