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Using the current sketch of Freshly made sketches I made this card. In my previous post I used distress ink and water to create the background. I created the same effect on a watercolor cardstock and diecut the flowers and leaves using the Wplus9 doodles die. You can check my previous post here

I followed the sketch and added two black strips at the top and bottom of the front main panel. I raised the entire front panel on foam tape. Stamped the sentiment in black ink to go along with the black strips.


Lucille K said…
Such a pretty card, love the die cut flowers :)
Suchi said…
Loved those diecuts! Fantastic card! :)
Suchi xx
Jen Mitchell said…
This is so colorful and I love how the flower die cuts take on such interesting colors and textures. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!
Claire said…
Gorgeous, simple die cuts! They are so pretty and suit the sketch perfectly!
cm said…
Those flowers were gorgeous in white in your previous post, and here, in colour...oh my! Equally as stunning! Leaving them to shine on the stage: perfect!
This is such a wonderful card! The images you've used are perfect for this weeks sketch! Thanks for joining us at FMS this week!

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