This week's Raise The Bar Challenge is a wonderful sketch by the ever talented Wanda Cullen! As you can see - they are celebrating their 100th challenge this week.
And here is the card I created
I used Kraft card stock as my base as well as behind my patterned paper scallop panel and circle. I went literal with the 100th challenge and die cut numbers 1-0-0. So this card says "100 Birthday Wishes" - which could be for a person turning 100, or just a LOT of wishes for a younger person!! The scallop die and number dies are from Papertrey Ink.
I used two embossing folders on this card - for the back panel I used Square Lattice by SU and for the numbers I used Swiss Dots by Provo Craft. I sponged the edges with Simply Chartreuse Ink from PTI and added some rhinestones for a little shimmer! My sentiment is from Fancy Phrases by Waltzingmouse. I stamped the sentiment first - and then embossed the panel.
So take a look at all of the Design Teams' Inspiration over at the Raise the Bar Blog and join in by linking your sketch card over there - you could be chosen the Guest Bar-Tender too!!
Stamps: Waltzingmouse - Fancy Phrases
Paper: Kraft, Simply Chartreuse, DP Simply Chartreuse Pattern Pack - PaperTrey Ink
Ink: Archival Ink - Coffee, Simply Chartreuse - PTI
Accessories: number and scallop die - PTI, circle and pinking circle Nestabilities, swiss dots embossing folder - Provo Craft, Square Lattice Embossing Folder - SU, foam tape, rhinestones - Kaiser Craft.