AHSC #136

It’s Monday! Time for another Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge!!
I actually created two cards for this sketch. My first card was so loosely based on the sketch I didn’t feel it warranted being posted as my design team example, but I’ve included it in my blog post.  I started by rotating the sketch (found at the bottom of my post) clockwise and used wider strips of paper. Using a white cardstock panel I then added a little mixed media using gelatos.  The strips of patterned paper are from the CTMH Paper Fundamentals Collections along with a piece of Silver Shimmer Trim. The patterns on these particular papers are retired but there is a whole new collection available. Once I had all the pieces aligned the way I wanted I ran a few rows of stitching through the panels. For the sentiment I used The Small Talk cut file from The Cut Shoppe Etsy Store and cut the same “Hey” sentiment in multiple layers including vellum. I used pop dots on the sentiment to add dimension and then added a few Clear Sparkles. In addition to AHSC, I’m also linking this card to the November Cut It Up Challenge on The Cut Shoppe Blog.

#ctmh #paperfundamentals #cutfiles #thecutshoppe #ahsc

For my second card (my design team sample) I used a white card base followed by a layer of Whisper Cardstock. Then I added a row of multiple Shimmer Trims, a black hemp bow, a couple wood veneer accents, a few white sequins and a flair button from a retired CTMH collection.

#ctmh #shimmertrim #ahsc

This card is more of a direct interpretation of Sketch #136.

AHSC136

Now head over to Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge and enter your interpretation of this sketch!

Thanks for stopping by today!!
-Kelly

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