Just Add Ink # 110 – Sketch

Hey – we have a great sketch to work with this week at Just Add Ink.  It was put together for us by Mae Collins.  I really enjoyed putting my card together – main cause I had new stamps and DSP to play with.   Here is Mae’s Sketch:

 Here is my card:

I’ve used the Nautical Expedition DSP, Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine and The Open Sea Stamp Set.  These are all from the Current Summer Mini Catalogue (that runs until 31st March 2012).  All of these products go together so nicely and are great earthly/manly colours.

The Design Team has come up with a wonderful array of Cards using this sketch – you can check them out here.  So come on – have a go at the Sketch – and show us what you have made.


7 Responses to Just Add Ink # 110 – Sketch

  1. Trish says:

    You’ve created a very nautical looking card!! Great job with the sketch 🙂

  2. Kim Badelt says:

    Chantell this is fabulous!! I love how the twine ties all the elements together, the repeated compasses add such a great touch too.
    Kim x

  3. Alyson says:

    This card is Fantastic!!

  4. stamplicious says:

    I love this card! You’ve created a card so different from any other using this stamp set and the twine gives it an amazing effect. LOVE it!

  5. Mae Collins says:

    I love seeing different cards with this stamp set as it is one of my favourite masculine ones at the moment to use. Love your use of the twine here.

  6. Jo Eades says:

    Great use of the sketch Chantell. Love the use of the twine, really adds to the nautical theme

  7. jodenemarie says:

    I really love how you have used this stamp set Chantell, and the twine looks so effective!

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