Freshly Made Sketches #207 - A Sketch by Kim

5:52:00 PM

The sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches this week intrigued me because so much of the card front was covered. So, my goal was to make a Clean and Simple Card using this sketch. Speaking of the sketch, here it is....

And, here is my card....

I really like this card. Like really! A lot!

I confess that I made a mistake. Notice how on the sketch, the two panels are on the right side - after I had stuck it down, I realised I had made the mistake. And, so i decided that it would be 'my interpretation' of the sketch. Lol!

When I was looking through our DSP collection, I came across the 'Go Wild' set and I LOVED it! It has White, Black and Tip Top Taupe - three of my faves. And, the sheet I chose just happened to have all three. So, they were my choice for this card - but WHITE was going to be the star!

I used the circle framelit to cut the 'window' out and affixed the DSP to the black cardstock layer. I then affixed the white top layer to the black layer using dimensionals. The sentiment is also fixed using dimensionals. The sentiment is from the 'Words of Truth' set. I love that set!

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  1. great card - what did you use for the scoring on the white diagonally and horizontally? thank you

    1. thanks Martie - its actually not scored but rather three separate pieces of white on white. does that make sense?

  2. Wow, this is an amazing cool and graphic card. A simple design but that chevron paper showing through the circle packs quite a punch! Love it! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  3. This is just lovely Bruno! I love the crispness of your card and those lovely clean lines. Thanks for joining us at FMS this week!

  4. Just love your card Bruno, spotted on Kylie's site. I love the lines you do on your cards - an awesome job. Ange



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