Sunday, August 29, 2021

Freshly Made Sketches #500

Congratulations to Freshly Made Sketches!! They are celebrating their 500th challenge.  They began in 2011 which is when I started my blog but my first entry in their challenge was in 2013.  My cards sure have changed since then.  I knew I had to help celebrate this milestone by making a card.

I cut my NBUS Climber Flowers from Altenew using several greens and pinks, with one pink forming a small border.  The strip is embossed with a folder from SSS and the sentiment is heat embossed on light gray.  I love how this turned out and can't wait to make more in different colors.

Here is the sketch my card was based on.

I'm so glad you dropped by.  









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7 comments:

  1. CAS and absolutely BEAUTIFUL Bobby!! LOVE that Altenew die...so pretty in the colors you chose too!! :0)

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  2. Love this, Bobby! What a beautiful take on the sketch!

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  3. Your flowers are gorgeous - especially against that textured background! beautiful card! Glad you joined us for our 500th celebration at FMS!

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  4. Beautiful texture and colors. I love those flowers. Thank you for celebrating with us at FMS for Sketch 500!

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  5. This layered flower is so pretty against the embossed background, Bobby! Love these shades of pink!

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  6. I can't even imagine running a challenge this long and I'm so mad I didn't find out about it until too late to join. Thank you for consoling me with this beautiful card you made for the celebration, Bobby! It is simply beautiful! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. I am definitely pinning this one. I just got that die set from Altenew and can't wait to use it. LOVE what you have done with it here, this is beautiful with the embossed panel on the left. I really like this design, thanks for the inspiration!

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