Such an original blog post title, wouldn't you agree? Anyway, welcome to another sketch from the Freshly Made Sketch Challenge. Today, our very own super-talented Dirty Girl (and past Artisan winner), Jen Timko is our hostess.
Isn't this an elegant sketch? Here's what I did with it:
This flower was one of my practice ones from the recent Copic Markers for Cardmakers class I took. I cut it out to use on a card, then had to try and match the colors to cardstock I had! I ended up using my second-most hated SU color - Garden Green. For the record, my most hated SU color is Rich Razzleberry - sorry, lovers of Rich Razzleberry and Garden Green :)
Anyway, I couldn't find a matching yellow so decided to make my own by using the Direct to Paper technique with Squeezed Lemonade ink. Not a bad match!
The sentiment was white embossed and came out a bit blotchy for some reason - maybe my Versamark pad needs re-inking. The little scallop was cut using the large scallop frame from Simon Says Stamp's frames dies. The flowers and leaves were painted with Wink of Stella.
So, after all that, thanks for visiting and make sure you check out the inspiration from the rest of the Design Team.
Stamps: Flower (Clearly Besotted), Summer Garden (SSS)
Ink: Versamark, Squeezed Lemonade
Cardstock: Whisper White, Xpress-it, Garden Green
Accessories: Copics,Wink of Stella, white EP, Frames die (SSS)