Friday, 21 August 2015

Another FMS#200!!!




Hi everyone!!!


Yep, I've got another card for the 200th sketch over at the Freshly Made Sketches Blog!!!
The sketch again:



...and my second take on it:




I flipped the sketch upside down this time.
Used my new flower punches from docrafts, again.
The piece of patterned paper is from Teresa Collins.
Used my swiss dot EF from Cuttlebug.
Added a piece of washi and twine.
Finished it off with black matting and black plastic dots.
Computer generated Afrikaans sentiment saying: 'Congratulations'.


Thank you so much for the visit - always a pleasure to have you here!!!!



20 comments:

cm said...

Petra, another card that speaks to your incredible creativity! Such class with the neutral colours, the lovely row of flowers (you and that punch are am amazing team!), the embossed dots and the special touch of the twine/washi combination. Gorgeous!
Hugs~c

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

Love that you flipped the sketch upside down my dear friend! I always admire your creative use of patterned papers too . . . I would never have thought to put those gorgeous little punched flowers into the shapes in the pattern! You are so inspirational Petra!! Every visit here is a real treat . . . Your creations brightens my days! Have a lovely day /evening my friend! Hazel xx

Geri said...

Hey there Petra! I love, love, love this card! Your nice clean & simple design works so well with the soothing colors! Awesome flower punch and awesome wee snippet of twine!

Linda Callahan said...

Yay another card from Petra! This is so pretty - sweet row of flowers!

Shawna Standish said...

What an AMAZING card Petra. What is the material for the division of spaces.. I got my phone to blow up your now I notice all the wonderful details. Like your Swiss dot embossing. Your Moroccan design is so beautiful. And there once again is your signature black done so elegantly.. love!

Donna Ellis said...

Whoa! What a great card design! I love how differently you utilized the sketch, Petra, from your other card, SO beautiful!

Mona Pendleton said...

So very pretty Petra! Love the embossed background! Hope you have a great weekend!

Rosemary said...

another gorgeous take on the sketch, petra... love that you flipped it!!

Jen Mitchell said...

Beautiful Petra! I love these subtle colors and your lovely design. So good to see you playing along with our 200th challenge!!

Anita in France said...

Just beautiful, Petra ... gorgeous colour palette, lovely texture and such fantastic detailing ... love how you've stretched the twine over the edges! Hugs, Anita :)

Cindy Lovell said...

WOW,another amazing card,Petra!!! I love...love this one! Love the embossing and the beautiful bottom of this amazing card!!!
Hugs and a wonderful day!!

I Card Everyone said...

WEll you knew you had me with that embossing, right? Gorgeous, in black, grey, and white, those flowers look like beautiful Persian lanterns!
=] Michele

Narelle Farrugia said...

As always I am in love with your card - I am especially loving those neutrals with all of that gorgeous white space. Thanks for joining us with our 200th challenge at FMS!

Vicki Dutcher said...

U made the sketch sing! Looks so beautiful

Karen B said...

This is so gorgeous Petra. Very, very elegant and just love the design. Have a great weekend.

Hugs.

Karen xxx

Jen Timko said...

Breathtaking!! What a gorgeous card! Thanks for joining our celebration at FMS (again)!

Joyce said...

This is another lovely. Although I do realize that I am reading your posts in opposite order, as I am late to the card party this week. Wonderful use of texture and patterns on this pretty card. You seem to make quite a lot of congratulations cards...do you know a lot of people with wonderful things going on in their lives?

Shona Chambers said...

Wow, this is amazing!! Love the embossing, the layers, the embellishments.....oh heck, I love it all!!

Asha said...

So pretty! The swiss dots background and the flowers work so well together. Great combo of colours too. Well done, Petra.
x Asha

Becca Cruger said...

Talk about elegance!! Grayscale at its finest right here. Love the little bit of washi tape that hangs slightly over the side. It's awesome.