Can’t Thank You Enough for FMS174

Today’s project features two Stampin’ Up! products you may have overlooked – one is a brand new stamp set that just arrived in the mail this week, and the other is a Sale-a-Bration offering that remained unopened in The Fungeon until this past weekend.  Both are playfully combined with this week’s Freshly Made Sketches challenge to create a fun, over-the-top Spring card.  Here’s my card:

Lovely Amazing You, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, FMS174And here’s Cindy Lovell’s sketch that inspired my creation:Tips, Tricks and Reminders

  • Lovely Amazing You.  I just love this new photopolymer stamp set that was released last week.  I just love sentiments, and I love this fun font.  Thanks, good wishes, happiness and love.  It’s all here.  If you don’t have this, you should definitely give it another look.  🙂
  • This Day Project Life Mini Card Collection.  I love to repurpose things, and when I can use my Project Life cards on a greeting card.  The floral pattern on this card just called to me when I opened this pack.  So bright, so cheery.  It needed to be featured, don’t you think?this day
  • Fun Color Combination.  My selection of colors in this card were wholly selected from this gorgeous pattern on the Project Life card.  While the card contains five colors (Coastal Cabana, Daffodil Delight, Island Indigo, Rich Razzleberry and Tangerine Tango), I accented the paper with two of the richest colors that allowed the brighter colors to pop.  If you like this color combination, too, feel free to save this:Color Inspiration, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

Stamp Sets:  Lovely Amazing You  Papers:  Island Indigo, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White, This Day Project Life Mini Card Kit  Inks:  Island Indigo  Accessories:  Brights Candy Dots (Tangerine Tango), 1-3/4″ Circle punch, 2″ Circle punch, 2-1/2″ Circle punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals

I hope you’ll pop over to Freshly Made Sketches to see the other cards that use this wonderful sketch.

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  1. How bright and happy!

  2. Adorably colorful and happy. I think the recipient of this card would really feel appreciated.

  3. Great use of the colors! Can you ever go wrong with Island Indigo?

  4. Great card, great sketch, great colors, great stamp set. Combine them and you can’t go wrong, especially with Brian to show us how! Thanks oh ruler of stamping! LOL

  5. Great job, love how you always know how to compliment a busy paper.

  6. So beautiful! Great design and love all those pretty flowers!

  7. So bright and cheerful indeed! Does SU take requests? If they did I’d request the pattern you used today as one to include in their collections. Great color combination too today. Very nice card, Brian!

  8. This would brighten anyone’s day! Love it!

  9. thanks for inspiring me with those PL cards…need to pull them out! Awesome card!

  10. I love this! The bright colors and cheery flowers are even more beautiful on this cold, gray day. It’s always good to see one of your cards in the gallery at Freshly Made Sketches, Brian!

  11. Brian, this card with this beautiful, colorful images is just what we need to keep enduring this cold weather. This flowery paper might be a bit busy if it wasn’t for the perfectly placed sentiment.
    Thank you for sharing.

  12. Such a beautiful card,Brian!! Awesome colors and i love the pattern!!
    Thank you so much for joining us at FMS!!

  13. Pretty and cheerful. I like what you did with the diagonal layers….they extend beyond the edge ! This Project Life freebie has a ton of cards to use for cards ,scrapbooking even ATC cards !

  14. Brian, I follow your post everyday! I am a brand new SU Demonstrator and so excited to help others nurture their creativity. I will continue to look at your blog to see what you’re coming up with. I love your designs!

  15. Love this use of the PL card on this! Super fun. Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

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