Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Freshly Made Sketches Challenge #420

Happy Wednesday!  I hope you're having a great week so far!  We've been having unseasonably warm weather lately which is weird and nice at the same time.  We have basically no snow which I am totally okay with.  Wearing shoes every day instead of boots is such a blessing!!!

We have a great new sketch this week at Freshly Made Sketches.  Our hostess this week is the amazing Jennifer Timko!  I have had the privilege of meeting Jen (twice!)!  It's been a long time since we've seen each other and I think we need to visit again soon!!  Jen is also an exceptional card maker and she always blows me away with her talent.  Head over to her blog and check it out!

 I made two cards for this sketch.  I actually made the mountain card first and then wasn't sure I liked it so I made the poppy one.  You can't lose with the poppies!  That paper just makes my heart so happy!  Yes, I am obsessed with the poppies!

I do like the mountain card!  I saw a card made using these dies on Kim S's blog and I knew I had to have them too!  They're fun and great for making masculine cards!  Something I'm always short on!

Supplies (poppy card)
Cardstock: Whisper White, Poppy Parade, Basic Black
DSP: Peaceful Poppies
Stamps: Bitty Banners (Reverse Confetti)
Ink: Basic Black
Other: Circle Dies, Bitty Banner Confetti Cuts, Mosaic Textured Embossing Folder, Dimensionals

Thanks again so much for stopping by!  I hope you'll head over to the Freshly Made Sketches blog and check out the gorgeous cards the Design Team have created!

Have an amazing day!



  1. Two stunning cards, love the textures on the red one.

  2. wow two fabulous cards here today! The poppies are gorgeous and I love those mountains!

  3. I love both of these! The colors and themes are so different which only goes to show how versatile this sketch is! And YAY on the no-snow situation -- same here, which I am totally ok with!

  4. These two cards are so pretty, Jen! I love the stunning texture on the first one and the very graphic trend of the second.