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Saturday, September 17, 2016

FMS......birthday wishes

Hello Peeps!!!!

Today I am sharing a card I made using the sketch this week at Freshly Made Sketches.

I had to use my new Thoughtful Branches set with matching framelits. I had held out on getting this limited edition set, telling myself I did not need it, but finally I caved and grabbed it at the last minute. They have since extended the time line to get it, while supplies last. So don't be like me, grabb it while you can, it is seriously cute.

I made a fun Christmas card with it too, I will show that to you all later next week.

There has been so many awesome examples with this set, but I choose to keep my first card with it fairly simple. I stamped the flower head with Marina Mist ink onto Marina Mist card stock.  then die cut it out, so easy. I die cut the stem and leaf section with some Pear Pizzazz.

The base of the card is thick Whisper White and then a couple of strips of Crumb Cake DSP.
I then die cut a circle with more thick Whisper White.

The flower was then added to the circle using some snips of dimensionals.

The sentiment comes from the build a Birthday stamp set.

I added a Marina Mist dot and a rhinestone to the sentiment piece.

Clean and Simple and fast to put together.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!!



Ang said...

This is lovely. The white circle is very subtle but makes the flowers really pop.

Wendy said...

Very pretty card, Vicki! I am SO glad you got this really is too good to pass up! I love your beautiful flower especially in this color! TFS and have a great day, my friend! :)

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Vicki, this is seriously pretty! I love the colors you've used, and what a sweet flower! Looking forward to seeing how you've made a Christmas card with this one! Hugs, sweet friend! Nice to see you post a card! xoxo

Allisa said...

Love the details!

Jen Timko said...

Beautiful, Vicki!! Such pretty colors! Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

Amy O said...

A beautiful flower and a pretty color combination! Always a treat to see you in the FMS gallery, Vicki!