August 7, 2013

Freshly Made Sketches #98

Hello!  The new sketch from Freshly Made Sketches is here!  And this sketch is a really great one from a really awesome Jen Mitchell.  I had such a blast making this card:


I have no idea why, but when I saw the square in the sketch, I saw a porthole.  So I grabbed By the Tide and stamped several of the images.  I found the perfect patterned paper and created my porthole.  Kind of reminds me of the Submarine ride at Disneyland.  Fun!  

And here is Jen's great sketch:


Be sure to stop by Freshly Made Sketches and check out the wonderful creations from the Clean Team!  And please come and play.  I'd love to see your take on Jen's sketch!   

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day!


Details:
Cardstock: PTI Stamper's White
Patterned Paper: Little Yellow Bicycle Splash collection
Stamps: SU By the Tide, PTI Road Trip
Ink: PTI Fine Linen, Classic Kraft, Canyon Clay, Versafine Onyx Black
Other: PTI Terracotta Tile button, Kaiser Split Pea rhinestone, The Twinery Cantaloupe twine
Size: 5" x 5"

8 comments:

  1. That background paper is spot on! And yes it is like the Disney ride! This really came together perfectly...love it!

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  2. The porthole is a brilliant idea! This card is such fun!

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  3. Linda, I LOVE this so, so much! The porthole, the designer paper, just all fabulous! You totally rocked it this week!

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  4. Portholes are so awesome! I never think to do negatives on my cards but I've got to say that the whole fish bowl look is fantastic! The seaweed and the wavy water are spot on!

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  5. What a great use of a negative punch. Everything coordinates perfectly -- love it!

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  6. Super cute card Linda. The porthole idea was great and the paper couldn't be better.

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  7. Oh my - I just love this card Linda! Love the scene you've created with this stamp set and your port-hole! LOVE!

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  8. This is such a fabulous design, Linda! That DSP is perfect for this scene and I love the colors that you chose!

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