Happy Easter everyone. If you were expecting an Easter Bunny, Basket or Egg Project this week….your out of luck I’m afraid. Although, I’m sure there will be a few Easter Eggs floating around at some point over the weekend. The Just Add Ink Challenge this week is a Sketch Challenge. Here is the sketch:
You can use this sketch as the basis for your project – whether it be a card, scrap book page or 3D item. It’s up to you. Here is the card I made:
As well as having some texture in the glitter background, I also added some Crystal Effects to the Ladybugs to make them shiny and pop out.
Join this Challenge at Just Add Ink. View what we have created to provide Inspiration to all and also Share your project with us.
April 13, 2017 at 10:19 pm
Here’s a cute and fun challenge for you…..
This challenge has been suggested by Karren
– and I think it will be a popular one.
So you can add any , critter, creature or animal to your project. I sure you’ll all have fun with this one and then share your “Critter” project with us at Just Add Ink
Here is my card:
I used the Hostess Stamp Set, Love you Lots. It’s such a cute set.
March 30, 2017 at 9:49 pm
Just Add L, is this weeks Just Add Ink Challenge……I decided to Just Add Lattice!
I used a couple of Lattice dies on my card. Using one as a stencil to sponge the back ground. Then I cut the other to make a banner. Here is my card:
Join us at Just Add Ink for this Challenge. Share your creation with us.
March 16, 2017 at 10:06 pm
The Just Add Ink Challenge this week is a Sketch Challenge….and well I just had to play along for 2 reasons really…….
1. New stamps to play with
2. I was the one to suggest this Sketch.
When creating for this challenge you can use the sketch for your card, scrapbook page or 3D project. It’s a very versatile sketch and remember that you can turn it on is side or up the other way too…..so there are endless ways to use it.
Here is the card I made…..
I used the Love you Lots (Hostess) stamp set. It has heaps of cute little animals in it.
Check out all the other great Design Team projects using the Sketch Challenge at Just Add Ink
and share yours with us too.
March 9, 2017 at 9:46 pm
Hi – happy Friday everyone – I have to say that because when you see the Just Add Ink Challenge this week you will realise that you just can’t help but be Happy!!
We have an Inspiration picture for you this week. This has been chosen by Patrice
So the idea is to make the main element of your project something that is inspired by the picture. It could be the colours, Macaroons, Balloons or shapes in the inspiration picture.
Here is the card I put together:
I made the rainbow background using a paint brush and some ink. And then I used the Balloon element to complete the card.
So join us for this challenge at Just Add Ink – share your take on this Inspiration Challenge.
March 2, 2017 at 10:39 pm
Here’s the new Just Add Ink Challenge. #348 Just Add…Ombre. This challenge was suggested by Rochelle and it’s one I have been looking forward too since it was first discussed by the Just Add Ink Design Team last year.
The definition of Ombre, is having colors or tones that shade into each other —used especially in fabrics in which the color is graduated from light to dark.
It also an old three-handed card game popular in Europe especially in the 17th and 18th centuries – although I don’t know much about the game!
But the colour side of it can be applied to so many things in so many ways. In terms of Hair colours it’s often dark at the top fading to light at the bottom – and looks fantastic. But it does not have to be restricted to just hair colours………
I put together a couple of Ombre cards, using different effects.
This is the perfect challenge to practice your brayering or sponging too. So have a go with us!
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February 23, 2017 at 10:09 pm
We are doing a Colour Challenge at Just Add Ink this week. These colours have been suggested by Kim. Here they are:
Here is the card I made:
I used a stencil to add the leaves to the card first and then die cut some flowers The little Perfect Plum flowers are stamped on.
These colours may see Challenging – however there are loads of ways they can be used. Go to Just Add Ink
and check out what the Design Team have done with them.
February 16, 2017 at 10:20 pm