JAI # 198 Blog Hop

HNY! 2014!
Welcome to the first JAI challenge for 2014. We are kicking the year off with a Blog Hop.

Here’s how it works…… There are 15 stops on the Blog Hop (JAI and each of the Design Team Members).

Because the Blog Hop is set up in a loop, it does not matter where you start.  All you need to do to follow along, is click the Blog Hop Button at the end of each post and you will be taken to the next stop.

This Blog Hop also incorporates the Just Add Ink Challenge for this week. You can join in this week’s challenge by making a project using the Thinlits or Envelope Punch Board.


I know that not everyone will have the Thinlits or Envelope Punch board on hand (like me) – so if you don’t you can still join in the Challenge by making a flip/swing card of your own.

Here is my version:


Now it’s time for you to move onto the next lovely JAI Design Team Member – Christine.Just click on the button below to move onto Christine’s Blog.

JAI #198...Blog Hop Button.

17 thoughts on “JAI # 198 Blog Hop”

  1. Gorgeous card Chantell, love the colours and design of your card. Great that someone has demonstrated that you don’t need to actual tools themselves to join in the fun and you can make your own flip card. Great inspiration!

  2. I love the honeycomb embossing, and the hexagon shape flip card, and love the colours, must try that one, great work.

  3. Chantell, this is fabulous!! You are so creative, and I love your ideas. The colours are gorgeous, and I love the texture provided by the embossing, ribbon, rosette, and punched pieces.

  4. I love this card. I think SU! should take the hint and make a hexagon one too… but then I guess that defeats the genius that you are in making you own! Great job.

  5. This is utterly fabulous Chantell! Love how you matched the swing hexagon centre (topped with a rosette!! how fun!) with hexagon embossing. You are a very clever lady 🙂

  6. What a great idea to make a Hexagon Flip card Chantell. While having the Thinlits makes for a quick cut, I love that you have shown you don’t actually need them to still make a fabulous card. Great job!

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