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Hello There, Sketch 200!

I really, really, really hope you’re ready for this! Hooray!  We’re celebrating sketch #200 at Freshly Made Sketches this week!  That’s exciting all itself, but some of our Design Team members have friends in high places in the stamping world, and they’ve collectively gathered a LOT of companies who want to help us celebrate by …

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Garden in Bloom

The Garden in Bloom and Watercolor Wings stamp sets are the PERFECT summertime stamp sets!  I just received them and couldn’t resist using both of them on my card for today’s Freshly Made Sketches challenge.  Kim Singdahlsen is our wonderful, kind, talented and amazing host this week, BUT she gave us a challenge with three …

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Summertime with Summer Silhouettes

FMS194-Gold-Black-Summer-Si

Another amazing sketch with am amazing ability to inspire!  This week Linda Callahan is our challenge host and sketch designer at Freshly Made Sketches and her sketch is Wow!-inspiring.   Linda’s classically clean style is reflected in the sketch and I think you’ll find it very easy to work with.  Thanks, Linda!  We love you! Other than …

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Birdie Wishes Your Way

I’m so glad to be back and playing along at Freshly Made Sketches this week!  Karren Johnson is hosting this week with a fresh and unique sketch, but don’t interpret that as “difficult”.  Karren is a very talented card maker/papercrafter, and that clearly carries over into her sketch designing.  I chose to use a bird and …

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Amazing Painted Petals

Yay!  It’s time for me to host at  Freshly Made Sketches this week and I’ve created a sketch for you that’s very easy to work with, and I think it’s a no-fail design for a great card.  I had an idea for what I was going to do with it when I drew it up, but the …

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Something Lacy

Love doilies and lace?  Then this card design is for you!  I started with Jennifer Timko’s really unique and interesting sketch for the Freshly Made Sketches challenge for this week.  As soon as I saw the sketch, I saw a ruffled doily.  The doily was easy to ‘ruffle’ by cutting half way to the center of the doily …

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FMS145 – With You…

I’m back after a short “time-out”.  My husband had a week’s vacation for the first time since his new job (two years), and I ended up getting totally off schedule, so I ended up taking the week off with him, with the exception of a class that we had Saturday.  Ahhhhhh.  Much needed. I love …

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