AHSC #100

Can you believe it?!? We have reached Sketch 100!


CTMH: Skylark & Seaside

For my card, I started with a Colonial White Cardstock base and added a layer of B&T from the Seaside Paper Packet. I cut an oval from a scrap piece of Colonial White Cardstock and the focal point of the card is cut from a card included in the Skylark Picture My Lifeβ„’ Program. I then added a (retired) wood veneer accent, few Brown & Tan Sparkles, and some stitching around the border.

CTMH: Skylark & Seaside

Everyone at Atlantic Hearts Sketch challenge is so excited to celebrate this milestone with all of our followers and participants!!Β To celebrate sketch 100 we will be giving away some blog candy! All you have to do is visit our fabulous design team members blogs, leave a comment on their design for Sketch 100 and you are entered. We will be drawing several names at random from the comments. To increase your chances of winning, leave comments for all of the design team members! And to be fair, you can only win one time! Please invite your friends and family to join the fun!

Thanks again for being part of our challenge community and we are all looking forward to the next 100 fabulous sketches and your awesome creations! Now head on over to the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge to check out the other design team members cards!


34 thoughts on “AHSC #100

  1. I like the way the stitching makes this background look like soft, worn denim. Pretty card, congratulations on 100 sketches1

    • Thanks Becca!!! I’m sure you could pull this look off with a sewing machine! It’s intention is to be sloppy! LOL! Can’t mess that up! πŸ˜‰

  2. Never thought to use wooden embellishments, what a great idea. And the background does take on a look of worn denim with the stitching. Very nice card.

  3. OMG I love that background paper…..it looks like brushed denim….like a jeans pocket….I will have to check out that paper pack! πŸ™‚ Hugs…Janie

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