Saturday, November 7, 2015

Freshly Made Sketches 211

I always want to play the Freshly Made Sketches challenge and it often gets away from me.  This week I am sliding in, but I do have a card made.  Here is Karren's sketch:

 

Her narrative indicates that the flower shape and the leaves are guidelines only.  I think my wheelbarrow and apples satisfy that guideline. This image is from Clearly Besotted  and is called Giving Thanks.  Images were stamped with versafine and colored with Zig clean color pens.  I created masks for the image and the circle negative.  The background of the circle is sponged distress ink in Broken China.   My sentiment is produced on my laptop as I had nothing that fit! The card  looked a bit plain(yes I have white-space issues), so I literally tossed a few sequins around the circle, loved the places they ended up and glued them down.



I am sending this to a friend I have lost a bit of touch with this summer, and so will be entering it to Jennifer McGuire's Share Handmade Kindness challenge for family and friends this week.

Thanks for stopping by!

8 comments:

  1. Oh, this is such a fabulous card! I love that wheelbarrow and apples! Such great colouring! Love the sequins! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  2. What a pretty take on the sketch, Cat! Love the 'barrow full of bright apples, and your shaded background!

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  3. Beautiful card, Cat! I know your friend will love it! I finally got a card done for FMS, too, but not yet posted.

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  4. Your apples on the wheelbarrow are beautiful....especially against the,blue background! Love the scattered embellishments too! Glad you joined us at FMS!

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  5. beautiful card... love your take on the sketch!! your friend will love receiving this!!

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  6. Just darling! Love the shine on those apples, Cat!
    =]

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  7. Another clever card with this fun wheelbarrow, Cat! I think your friend is going to love it, too!

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