October 23, 2013

Freshly Made Sketches #109

Happy Wednesday!  There's a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches today!  Jen Mitchell is our host this week and I just love her clean sketch.  So much room for your creativity and imagination to run wild!  I went a little wild - Edgar Allen Poe wild.


I love this stamp set from Waltzingmouse, the images are so detailed and so vintage.  I really kind of wanted to do some distressing, but I decided to keep it really clean and just added several sequins instead.

And this is Jen's super clean sketch:


Be sure to stop by Freshly Made Sketches and check out the wonderful creations from the Clean Team!  I hope you decide to play along.  I'd love to see how you interpret the sketch!

I will be taking a blogging break this week.  I am meeting up with my sister for a long weekend of getting crafty.  Woohoo!  Catch up with you next week!

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day!


Details:
Cardstock: PTI Canyon Clay, Rustic Cream
Patterned Paper: SU Witches Brew DSP
Stamps: WMS All Hallow's Eve
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Other: Neat & Tangled Festive Fall Mix sequins
Size: 5" x 5"

10 comments:

  1. very cool card. I love that stamp and would love to see a grungy card made with it.

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  2. Wow fabulous image! Terrific Halloween card!

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  3. It's spooky and totally cool all at the same time! And I love that you added a few sequins for fun!

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  4. wonderful papers behind your spooky raven Linda!

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  5. Awesome!! That's a very cool stamp!! I love the papers!!

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  6. Fabulous card, Linda! Love the little sequins! Such a great image!

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  7. What a great Halloween card! I love the detail on this stamp, and the sequins add a fun touch. Love this!

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  8. This card is awesome Linda - that stamp is THE best and so cool!

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  9. This is such a fabulous card Linda! So perfect for Halloween! Love the sequins!!!!

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  10. This is such an awesome Halloween card! The sequins are the perfect finishing touch.

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