February 12, 2014

Freshly Made Sketches #123

Hi everyone,

Happy Wednesday to you all! :)
I am pretty much done with my Valentines Cards...guess pretty soon,it's time for Easter cards! I am not sure if i am ready yet!! ;)

Today we are back with a new Freshly Made Sketches!!
Our host today is Jen Brum! I love her fun and clever Sketch! When i saw it,immediately thought of these letters instead of circles.



supplies: Simon Says Stamp Januarly Card Kit, Lawn Fawn - Cole's ABC Dies, My Creative Time - Stitched Heart Layering Dies, Wink of Stella, Glossy Accents, Twine

Stop by the Blog,to check out all of the beautiful inspirations from the Team!!!

Thank you for stopping by!!!

19 comments:

Cathy Weber said...

I really like how you used the glossy accents on the LOVE letters...it really makes them stand out even more Cindy. This looks like a very fun sketch to play along with!

Jen Timko said...

So, so wonderful! Love this idea for the sketch!!

Linda Callahan said...

You are so clever! And I love you has just the right number of letters! Adorable! Love the glossy finish!

KatheD said...

wow - very clever - and the glossy accents is the perfect way to add emphasis!

Jen said...

Using letters in place of the circles is genius Cindy! I love this!

Jen Brum said...

This is so fun Cindy!!! I love it! Such a great idea to use letters!!!! Love those little hearts!!!! So perfect for Valentine's Day!

Karren said...

Great idea to use letters for the circle elements, Cindy! Love your CAS card and the glossy "love" is just perfect!

cm said...

Cindy - gorgeous! You've nailed the sketch in the most unique way! And the glossy accents: perfect special touch, as are the twine and little hearts duo. Dynamite card; infused with love! Whoever receives: joy!! Hugs~c

Ginger said...

I love the glossy letters! Great idea to put letters instead of circles! I think this is adorable!

Kigz said...

Oh how I just love your letters for that element of the sketch! You did a fantastic job! :)

Narelle Farrugia said...

How perfect does your sentiment fit the sketch! You're so clever Cindy!

Ginger said...

I wanted you to know that I loved your card so much, that I CASED it. Of course, I put my own spin on it. Thanks for the inspiration!

http://andorastamping.blogspot.com/2014/02/love-you-2152014.html

Julia Aston said...

what a creative design to split up the letters of your sentiment - they look great against the woodgrain embossed background!

GrĂ¡ O'Neill said...

Gorgeous card, love your interpretation of the sketch :)

Sandi said...

Love the way you used letters! It looks great!

Cindy Hall said...

Wow! This is so cool! Perfect idea for this sketch! I love the way you used the Glossy Accents, too.

Lindsey said...

Love how you interpreted this sketch. And the glossy accents on the LOVE is such a fun touch!

Joni nina Andaya said...

Simply Lovely!!!

Kim H said...

Cindy ~ Well apparently I am double commenting on stuff! LOL! OMG ~ I am loosing it over here! Well this is GORGEOUS creation too! LOVE how you design every single project!