Below is the challenge graphic, and a card that I created for the challenge:
To create this card, I used a white card stock invitation sized plain card. I trimmed a piece of Kraft paper for the middle, in an asymmetrical fashion. I added it to the front of the card. I then used a cityscape die with a border on it, a piece of black card stock, and my die cut machine to create the black city view. I added an EK Success heart sticker, and some gems to the card after adding the die cut image. Next, I used a sentiment stamp and some Memento Ink to stamp the words. I used my Mini Misti for perfect stamping placement. Finally I used a corner rounder to round the card edges.
The sentiment stamp was retired in 4/2106. I saw this information online. It was brought out of retirement after that. I obtained it prior to 4/2016. It is from Sweet Stamp Shop, the Beary Much stamp set.
I love sketch challenges! From my card, you can see it is ok to use the sketch as a guide in creation, but your card doesn't have to be 100% the same. We want to see your interpretation of the sketch, a sense that you did indeed use the sketch as a guide in creation of your project.
Please join us! Then join us back at the Retro Rubber Challenge Blog the Sunday after the challenge ends to learn the challenge winner. Good luck!