Hello!  Today’s post is just a quick one to show off a rather clean and simple card using the current sketch at Freshly Made Sketches.  Well, actually, if you look carefully at the curved area, I’ve used the mirror image of the sketch.  I had an embossed, curved piece of cardstock left over from another card I’d made some time ago, so all I needed to do with it was attach it to the card base and trim it down (it was originally about 5″ wide).  The sentiment fit nicely in the “dip” of the curve.  In an attempt to use some products I’ve had stashed around here for a long time, I’ve added some Prima flowers and glued Dew Drops in place for the centers of the flowers.  I’m not sure why the color is coming off of the Dew Drops but I like the variegated look it gives.  The soft color scheme and the flowers make me feel that the card also fits into the theme for the current challenge at AAA Cards so I’ll enter it there, too.


Thanks for stopping by today, and enjoy your weekend!

Stamps: Sincere Salutations (Stampin’ Up)
Cardstock: Pure Luxury Ivory (Gina K. Designs); Pink Pirouette (SU)
Ink: Pink Pirouette (SU)
Other: flowers (Prima); Dew Drops (Robin’s Nest); Victoria embossing folder (ProvoCraft)

5 Responses to “sketchy birthday wishes”

  1. This is so pretty, Patricia. Lovely, sweet and CAS too. I love the placement of the flowers with the embossing. Very nice. Thanks so much for playing at AAA Cards with this perfectly Clean And Simple card.

  2. Such a pretty card. Love the gentle mixture of pink and white and your card is so beautifully CAS. Thanks for linkig up at AAA Cards.

  3. A pretty and elegant take on our Spring challenge and love your take on the sketch too with your curved embossed panel.
    Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Cards this week.

  4. What a lovely card! Love those sweet flowers and the pretty colour mix! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

  5. Soft and sweet! Love the pretty texture. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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