100 Day Project 2021

#the100dayproject  Sketchnote Boss Collective

The Colors of Love


The project entails 100 people from the Sketchnote Boss Tribe doodling a verse on a Pantone* Color Post card. Then each day during #the100dayproject one of the cards will be posted on Instagram (using the hashtag #the100dayproject2021) and in the Sketchnote Boss Facebook Group.

*Pantone is a color matching system used in the fashion industry, product design and for commercial printing.


The Process

  1. Request to participate the in project in my Etsy Shop (Blessinks.com/etsy)
  2. A post card will be mailed to you with a returned postage paid envelope
  3. Choose a verse and doodle it on the card (more details to follow)
  4. Return the card to Marsha by 1/29/21 – using the postage paid envelope provided – return the card even if you’re not finished or haven’t started.
  5. Cards will be posted starting on 1/31/20 in Instagram and in our Facebook group.
  6. Text Box: Pantone 13-1107
Whisper Pink
We are asking for a small donation of $3.50 to cover postage and administrative costs of this project.

Doodle Guidelines

Finding The Verse  -Try Choose a verse that relates to the color, or maybe the numbering system  For example maybe you received Whisper Pink Pantone # 13-1107. Here are some ideas to inspire you:

  1. Relate it to the color pink – maybe you have a new baby grand daughter could choose Psalm 127:1 – Children are a gift from the Lord and draw something baby related – a rattle, safety pin, pacifier…
    1. Relate it to whispering – Psalm 107:29 – He stilled the storm with a whisper (but not all cards have a color name)
    1. OR you could do something with the numbers 13-1107. You could do 13:11 – Proverbs 13:11 or 2 Cor 13:11 or 1 Cor 13:11  OR you could do the last 4 numbers – Psalm 11:07  or you could use the middle numbers Proverbs 31:10
      1. Hint – to find verses google verse + reference number, i.e, – verse + 13:11 and you will get a lot of suggestions of verses. 
  2. Doodling the Verse
    • After you find the verse practice doodling the verse in your sketchbook a few times before doodling on the card –  
    • If you need to, outline your doodle in pencil LIGHTLY  the card will not erase well
    • Ideally, each card should have at least one icon drawn on the card.  Ideally, the verse should be written around your icon, but the verse is long you can note it at the bottom of the card.
    • If your verse does not lend itself to an icon, you can hand letter your verse. 
    • Feel free to embellish with doodle patterns and borders
    • Use the portrait orientation to doodle the postcard.


  • Use a sharpie, or paint pen. You could also use acrylic paint – whatever you use – practice first on another sheet of paper. 
  • wisdom would suggest you leave 1/4 to 1/2 in margin in case you need to recover (see FAQs below)
  • If you have a dark color you will need to use a light colored pen like a white paint pen or a Signo white pen or light acrylic paint. 
  • If you are gluing something on the postcard you’ve drawn then use RUBBER CEMENT  not white glue
  • Please refrain from using stickers or ephemera – the purpose of our group is to strengthen our visual skills so no cheating with pre-printed stuff

What to Put on the Back of the Card

  • sign the back with your name 
  • on the back write why you chose that verse

What to Email

Send an email to blessinks@live.com

  • letting us know the date you put the card back in the mail
  • bio  – who you are, where you live, what you do, where you are with your walk with the Lord right now.  (Just looking for 2 sentences)
  • Why you chose this verse or what this verse means to you – do a small write up no more than 100 words. (this is the same thing you put on the back of the actual card)

FAQ’s Go to www.blessinks.com/100dayproject2021 for a list of FAQ’s

  1. What if I mess up? You can recover by drawing your verse on another sheet and gluing it on top. Hopefully, you have a good amount of color available so we can see the color.  You can always doodle over the markings. Use Rubber cement for gluing. 
  2. Can I paste things I’ve drawn on the card? Yes – be sure to leave a border so we can see the card. 
  3. What if my verse is really long?  You can just draw a large icon or picture and note the verse reference in the white space at the bottom. 
  4. What if I don’t finish by the deadline? Return your card anyway so we have the whole collection. If we don’t get your postcard back we will hunt you down and I am not above calling you out in public. It’s really important that we get all cards returned posted by 1/31
  5. Can I do more than one card? Yes if there are cards unclaimed you can do as many as 5 cards.
  6. When will my card be posted? Cards will be posted in the order received. 
  7. What if I am International? – send me an email and we’ll talk.  Tell me where you live.
  8. Will I get my card back? At this point no, because I am exploring the possibility of displaying these at churches. But your participation will get you an ebook of all 100 cards. This is included in your participation donation.


Jan 15-18th – Request a Card

Jan 18-29th doodle your verse

Jan 29th Return the card even it it’s not finished