Make a Wish!


Hi crafty friends!

I’ve been placed in a time warp and it is Thursday already! Where is the summer going?! Just can’t believe how time is slipping by… But alas, enough whining. It’s time to discuss this week’s sketch challenge at Create with Connie and Mary! This was a fun one for me. I haven’t used my oval framelits in awhile so it was fun to get them out and play a bit.


I used Coral Calypso and Basic Black for my go to colors. My flower is Hello Honey which I thought added just the right amount of contrast. I left everything pretty simple because my background DSP is so busy. Working with these colors had me thinking of Halloween! It will be here before you know it! Especially since I’m in this time warp continuum where my time is going just shy of the speed of light!


I gave my sentiment some height by using dimensionals and attached my flower with a glue dot. And that’s all folks! Hope you’ll hop on over to Create with Connie and Mary and view the other designer’s cards and play along! 🙂

8 thoughts on “Make a Wish!

  1. I know what you mean, Bridgette, about Summer flying by so I get what you mean about being in a time warp. Your card is really cute! The little flower is a nice little accent.

  2. Love your simple card! Love the colors! Great way to add texture by placing your greeting on the embossed oval. And the little yellow flower…perfect touch!

  3. Yes, time IS flying by here as well! Love this sentiment and how you’ve layered it on a second embossed layer; great look! The black elements really accent the calypso color! Great birthday card!

  4. Love the way the black highlights both the DSP and your oval – the little yellow flower adds just the right ‘pop’ too! I’m with you on time flying – I would not object to twice as many hours in my day for sure!

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