Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Freshly Made Sketches #425 - A Sketch by Cécile

Welcome to Freshly Made Sketches!  Each week, one member of our design team creates a sketch for you to try.  The challenge is to follow our sketch while keeping 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 see what YOU create!




Happy Wednesday, everybody! It's Cécile here and I'm delighted to bring you the sketch for this week. I kept things pretty simple but tried to add a bit of fun with a butterfly. But, remember these are generic shapes, feel free to use any other instead. The DT ladies have been amazingly creative using this sketch and I just can't wait to see what you'll come up with. 





We have a few simple rules to keep things fun and fair for all of our players:

  • Please use any crafting product you would like to use.
  • Feel free to combine our challenge with up to THREE other challenges, except for another sketch challenge.
  • Please add a DIRECT link to your blog or other online gallery when adding your card to the link below.  If linking to a public gallery, use keyword FMS425.
  • Include our challenge sketch and a link back to Freshly Made Sketches on your post.
  • Have fun!
This challenge will end at 3:00 EDT time on Monday, March 9th.  On Tuesday, we will announce the winner of this week's challenge who will be known as the "Queen or King of Clean".  The team will choose other gallery favorites to be known as a "Perfect Princess or Prince".

5 comments:

  1. great layout design... as always. Also, you designer's have made some beautiful cards..

    ReplyDelete
  2. I have followed your challenge for a long time and have a Pinterest board with a lot of the sketches. It's about time I commented. I love this sketch. Every designer has a unique take on it and I love all of their cards. Marti

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So glad we provide you inspiration!! Totally makes our day!

      Delete
  3. Beautiful cards! This was a fun challenge to think outside the box!

    ReplyDelete