August 22, 2012

Freshly Made Sketches #49

Hi there!  Time for a new Freshly Made Sketch again!  And Sketch #49 by Jen Mitchell is another fun fresh sketch!  How do these ladies keep coming up with these great sketches?

Well, the new holiday paper collections are showing up in the stores.  I recently got the Winter Wonderland collection from My Mind's Eye and decided it would be perfect for this sketch.  And since the elements I chose to use were letters and words, my card uses no stamps.  Sometimes you just gotta go with easy peasy!

I love the colors in these papers.  And Jen's brilliant sketch made it so easy!

Please stop by Freshly Made Sketches and check out this great sketch from Jen and all the wonderful creations from the Clean Team!  Won't you come and play?  I'd love to see your take on this this week's sketch!

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day!

Cardstock: PTI Aqua Mist
Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye Winter Wonderland collection
Other: My Mind's Eye Winter Wonderland chipboard elements
Size: 4.25" x 5.5"


  1. Fabulous card, Linda! I love how you stamped the "merry". What a neat retro feel!

  2. A cheerful card. Love your Merry! x

  3. Oh I love this! What a great idea to use letters for the elements in the sketch! Love MME papers too! Wonderful card! Thanks for visiting my blog and for your sweet comment! :)

  4. This is such a great take on the sketch Linda! And how fabulous that you let the patterned paper do all the hard work! Whoever gets this card will certainly have a Merry Christmas!

  5. I love 'easy peasy'! This is such a great use of the sketch, and a really great card! Very pretty colors, too!

  6. Hey Linda, I like how you spaced out the Merry. very cute card too. Thanks for your kind comments on my mitten card. Hugs, Bev

  7. Linda, such a beautiful Christmas card and the papers are darling!! Love how you used the letters and sentiment.

  8. How clever to use this sketch for a Christmas card, Linda! I love the Merry scrabble squares!

  9. So pretty Linda! I LOVE that you used the letters to spell MERRY for the sketch circles.
    Cheers, Karen



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