Just Add Ink # 252 – Sketch

This week we have a Sketch Challenge at Just Add Ink from Kim.   I used the sketch as inspiration to create a card using a crimping technique.


I used the Painted Petals stamp set, inking some of the flowers in Perfect Plum.  Then I used a Dauber to add some Indigo Island ink around the edge.  Once the panel was stamped, I then crimped it in two directions before adding it to the card.

Here is the sketch  JAISketch005I’m looking forward to seeing what you create so don’t forget to link up with the challenge at Just Add Ink.


7 Responses to Just Add Ink # 252 – Sketch

  1. madeco100 says:

    What a pretty card! Love your blog! I am new on wordpress http://artcardsbymaartje.com. If you like you can follow me 🙂
    X Maartje

  2. stamplicious says:

    Oh Chantell this is just gorgeous! I love the softness you’ve given your card with the colours and the background you’ve created!

  3. Patrice says:

    Even though your colours are quite bold your card is soft and lovely. Great job my friend. xox

  4. Such a beautiful card Chantell! I didn’t have this set but once I saw this card and how pretty it was I had to get it! LOL! Just stunning!

  5. Louise Sharp says:

    Love the technique using the Painted Petals Chantell. Love the little scalloped edging too. Lou xo

  6. I’ve never done crimping, it certainly creates a lovely effect. Such a beautiful card and love the colours you used together. Very soft and feminine.

  7. Jan M says:

    Such a gorgeous soft background you’ve created here Chantell. So pretty! And I love the added effect of the crimping too 🙂

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