Freshly Made Sketches #77

Today I have a card for the Freshly Made Sketch #77, but I’m also going to enter it in the Send A Smile 4 Kids challengeSend A Smile 4 kids  has said they have a great need for cards for boys and teenagers.  I hope to make a number of cards to fit this category:)  Here is this weeks sketch:

FMS Final 77-001Here is my card:

love you dadI used all Stampin’ Up! products, except for the three little white brads, and my awesome, pre-colored, digital image from Fred She Said.  This image is called, Nolan with a SIGN/HEART.  I think Nolan is so sweet, oh sorry, handsome;)  The set comes with a number of different signs, and also in black and white for you to color yourself:)

I used Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper, Comfort Cafe, colored cardstock in Pacific Point, Real Red, and Soft Suede. 

Fred, She Said has some new images in the store, stop by there and see what’s new:)  Please consider entering the Send A Smile 4 Kids Challenge and also sending some of your extra cards 4 the kids:)

Thanks for coming by today, it’s always nice to have you here! 🙂  Hope to be back soon:)



Filed under Boys-men, Challenges, Fred She Said, Freshly Made, Send a smile 4 kids, Stampin' Up!

3 responses to “Freshly Made Sketches #77

  1. How sweet this is (reminds me of my youngest). Wonderful use of that image! Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

  2. robyncockburn

    Very cute and your colour co-ordination is spot on!

  3. What an adorable image! I love the CAS look of this card and how everything coordinates beautifully. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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