Monday, April 3, 2017

Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #206

Welcome to this week's Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge!  I am having a lot of fun with the Some Kinda Wonderful paper packet these days and made a quick card using the paper and complements for this week's sketch!

I swapped out a circle for the square in the sketch because I love the circle elements on this paper from the packet.  And it was perfect for that cute little sleepy fox included in the Complements pack as a sticker.  I just added some baking powder to the back of it so it wasn't sticky and used pop up tape for some dimension.  I used the Craftin Desert Divas Inside Scalloped Circle which makes a perfectly cute frame for her!  I'm really loving the bold patterns and colors in this pack!

I embellished with some more Complements... the glittery tab and the sticker that says (heart) this...I added some bright yellow crinkly seam binding and a pretty white fabric heart from Fun Stampers Journey.  The pink dots are from Doodlebug.

I didn't want to cover too much up with my sentiment so I used another glittery chipboard from the Complement pack... I think it says it all....

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll play along with us this week!


  1. One of last week's cards on there are the same fox I need to purchase that set as well. Thinking to use for a card for Emily, unless you are using this one. Fun card with all your embellishments.

  2. OOOH! This is gorgeous....gotta LOVE that little fox and the frame is scrumptious! I REALLY like the way the heart is nestled in that ribbon, too. Just all-round pure delightfulness:):)

  3. Hello stranger.....yep trying to play catch up on visiting my fav blogs. I love the bold designs too..I just have trouble creating with them myself. Love how you played around with the sketch! Super sweet sleepy fox. Great card Lisa!

  4. Ohhhhhhhhhh this is gorgeous! LOVING the colors, the circles and that fox!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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