Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Freshly Made Sketches #266 - A Sketch by Amy

Welcome to Freshly Made Sketches!  Each week, one member of our design team creates a sketch for you to try, the twist is to keep your project clean-lined and fresh! The "Clean Team" has come up with some "Freshly Made" designs to get you in the spirit! We are so excited to visit you and to see what YOU create with our sketch!

Hello, everybody!  It's Amy here, and I have the privilege of being the hostess this week.  It's probably no secret that I love simple collage-style cards, so when I sat down to create the sketch for this week, I ended up with this style of card.  Please feel free to substitute other shapes for the circle and heart in the sketch.  I'm excited to see what you create!  I hope you have fun with it.

Cindy Hall
Taking a break this week but please stop by to say hi!

Karren Johnson



FMS Let Every Heart


Rita Wright

Taking a break this week but please stop by to say hi!

We have a few simple rules to keep things fun and fair for all of our players:
  1. Please use any crafting product you would like to use.
  2. Feel free to combine our sketch with up to THREE other challenges, except another sketch challenge.
  3. Please add a DIRECT link to your blog or other online gallery when adding your card to the linky below.  If linking to a public gallery, please use keyword FMS266.
  4. Please include our sketch and a link back to Freshly Made Sketches on your post.
  5. Have fun!
This challenge will end at 3:00 PM EST on Monday, December 12th. On Tuesday we will announce the winner of this week's sketch challenge who will known as the "Queen of Clean" and each Design Team Member will choose one "Princess".

2 comments:

  1. What a great Sketch. I think I have a cute idear for this sketch.. Something with Stars and snow and lot of glitter ofcourse. It will be my last Christmascard of the year!

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  2. I have made two girls playing in the snow. I accidently made the paper a little bit to big! Still I hope you like my version of your sketch.. The right girl is reaching out to the snow/sky...

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