Saturday, August 4, 2012

August Sketch Challenge

Welcome to the Authentique Paper August sketch challenge!

The Sketch Challenge will be posted on the first Saturday of each month. There will be two sketches posted {one card sketch and one layout sketch} for you to use as inspiration.

We would love for you to use your creativity and participate!

It's pretty simple, just use the inspirational sketch to create as many projects as you'd like.

winner will be randomly selected from all the qualified entries to receive an Authentique Paper prize pack! {The more projects you create, the better your chances are of winning!}

{Sketches}
{Layout}

{Card}

{Details}
- You will have until Wednesday, August 29th at midnight {PST} to enter.
- You will need to create a separate entry/blog post for each submission. {You can submit as many projects as you want!}
- Use the Linky Tool at the bottom of this post to link directly to your blog post.
- You must provide a link somewhere in your blog post back here to the Authentique Paper blog.
- Anyone can play along, but you must use products from Authentique Paper on your project if you would like to be able to win.
- You must provide a supply list of Authentique Paper products used on your blog post.
-As you can see, we have added a splash of color to our sketches, sticking with the color scheme is NOT a requirement to enter

{Projects from the Authentique Paper Design Team}

{Shellye McDaniel}

{Guiseppa Gubler}

{Heather Conklin}

{Natalie Dever}

{Loes de Groot}


{July Sketch Challenge Winner}

#20 Lanette

Congratulations!

Please send an e-mail with the subject "July Sketch Challenge Winner" and include your mailing address to contests@authentiquepaper.com to claim your Authentique Paper prize pack!

10 comments:

  1. Gorgeous sketches and wonderful DT inspiration. Hope to find time to play along!
    :O)
    Jessica S

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  2. Nice projects and I like that sketch. I like the yellow, teal and grey together. Grey seems like kind of a difficult color to work with but it looks great the way it is done.

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  3. Would love to know how Heather Conklin made that awsome background.

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    1. Thanks! I took a square of the dotted paper, then cut a starburst with my Cameo. It's a circle, but I made it cut a square instead. Then layered it over the square.

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    2. OK, now I'm convinced I "need" the Cameo. Can't do this with my SD in 12 X 12. :-)

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  4. Loved doing this sketch! I did mess up just a little bit with my link. Here it is. ;) http://laughingsunshinecreations.blogspot.com/2012/08/authentique-challenge.html

    Can't wait to do the next one!

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  5. Great sketches and love the projects inspired by them!!!

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