Saturday, November 14, 2015

A Bright Tomorrow for Freshly Made Sketches #212.....

Hello Everyone: I have a card to share with you today I made for the Freshly Made Sketches #212 sketch challenge, here is my card.
I recently won a gift certificate from Simon Says Stamps from for participating in the October challenge over at LiveLoveCards, so I got me this lovely Penny Black set called A Bright Tomorrow plus a fabulous Snow Fall stencil, I love this beautiful ornaments and the rest of the images on this set are just as beautiful and festive.
I stamped the ornaments onto a panel of Ninah Solar White card stock with Versa Mark ink and heat embossed it with SU Tempting Turquoise embossing powder. The pattern paper is also from SU and it was from the retired Winter Frost DSP paper stack.
The "Merry" sentiment is from SB and it's die cut with silver foil paper. The little confetti stars are from the SU Brights Sequence assortment, I picked the turquoise ones but in the photo they kind of look green, sorry about that.
In this photo, the star in the corner looks blue, the other ones green, but I can assure you, all of them are Turquoise.
Here is the sketch that inspired this card.

Thank you for stopping by, until next time, happy stamping.
Hugs from Maria.


Sonny P. said...

Lucky Ducky won a stamp set !!
This is a pretty card and the TT. color is one of my favorites ,but have never embossed it . It really pops !!
Great sketch for lots of cards and this one of yours fits !

Patti Willey said...

Another win? I didn' know you won a SSS Gift Certfifcate! So many goodies you can find there! Love the old with the new here, Beautiful wintery look in Tempting Tourquoise!

Maria A. said...

Sonny, this win was one of those random picks, I submitted 4 cards to that monthly challenge and one of them was picked, woo hoo!!
Love the Tempting Turquoise EP, it's the first time I use it.

Mary Fish said...

Love those hanging ornaments in blue!

Maria A. said...

Thanks Patti, it was a really tough decision to choose something at SSS, it took me a couple of days to make up my mind.

Maria A. said...

Me too Mary, I wanted to use that beautiful SU paper so the Tempting Turquoise embossing powder was the perfect match.