Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Freshly Made Sketches #136 - 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 your blog and to see what YOU create with our sketch!

Hello everyone!  It's Amy here, and I have the privilege of being the hostess this week.  Feel free to change things up a bit with the sketch and have fun -- you don't have to use a circle for the focal image.  Just try to stay true to the overall sketch.  I always love seeing how everyone interprets it!  I'm looking forward to looking through the gallery this week.

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 when adding your card to the linky below.  If uploading to a public gallery, please use keyword FMS136.
  4. Please include our sketch and a link back to Freshly Made Sketches on your post.
  5. Have fun!
This challenge will end at 12:00 PDT on Monday, May 19, 2014.. On Tuesday, we will be announcing 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".


LeAnne said...

Lovely sketch, and all the cards are so inspirational! Can't wait to play!

Linda Kunsman said...

great sketch and I love all the DT cards!! Sorry I couldn't get my whole card posted on the link up.

Virgo5 said...

Loved this sketch so I had to do another card, hope that's ok!

Sara Smeby said...

Nuts! Had trouble in the eleventh hour posting my card. Here's the link -- what a great sketch! :)


TrishG said...

Missed the deadline for the link, but here is the card I made using this great sketch...

Kathy D. said...

great sketch! Thanks for the inspiration.

Kathy D.