Challenges, Colour Combo, Fine Art Floral, Just Add Ink

Just Add Ink Challenge # 565 – Color Challenge

Hello everyone!….well there’s only a couple of days left in July and what a stormy, wet and windy July it has been here. The amount of rain we have had, is unheard of. It seems every time I look out the window it’s chucking it down!

It’s time again for another challenge with Just Add Ink! 
This week we have a colour challenge with 2 of the In-colours and Basic Black.

I used the Art Gallery Stamp Set to make a floral card.

The Design Team used the colors in a variety of ways. To see their beautiful projects go to Just Add Ink. Perhaps you might join the Challange too.

Challenges, Designer Series Paper (DSP), Gold Gilding, Just Add Ink, Plentiful Plants, Sketch Challenge

Just Add Ink Challenge # 563 – Sketch Challenge

This week the Just Add Ink Challenge is a Sketch Challenge.

I made a couple of cards using this Sketch.

For the first one, I made a panel with the Expressions in Ink DSP and Gilded Leafing. The Polish Pink card stock, Ink and Ribbon are bright and pretty.

For my next card I used DSP again. This time the Bloom Where Your’re Planted DSP. The featured plant was fussy cut from the DSP – so it was a quick and easy card.

And lastly, I used a couple of retired Stamp Sets to create a cute and fun little Snail card. I love the texture of the Embossing paste too.

Perhaps you will be inspired to use this Sketch for your projects this week too? Go to Just Add Ink and share your cards, 3d items or Scrapbook layouts with us.

3D, Big Shot, Card Classes, Challenges, Just Add Ink, Plentiful Plants, Sunflowers

Just Add Ink Challenge # 561 – Shaker Card!

Nikki suggested that we “Just Add a Shaker” for our Just Add Ink Challenge this week – I was wrapped about that – cause I love Shaker cards. They are really fun to make, send and receive.

Shaker Cards that I have previously made, usually include a window front design, with one or two types of “shakeable” materials sandwiched between two tightly sealed layers, so that the shaker contents are visible.

For this challenge though, I decided to make what I am calling an “Open Shaker Card”

I made a window that goes all the way through the card. I then strung a whole load of beads on some thread and placed them in the window. So they “Shake” up and down on the strings.

I used the Plentiful Plants Stamp set with a retired die and embossing folder.

While playing with Shaker cards this week I also made another Sunflower Shaker that was based on a card I made about 15 years ago, while going to some card classes in NZ.

I used the Sunflower dies to create an inlaid Sunflower and then turned that into a Shaker.

Here is the original Shaker that I made in class all those years ago……..

So now I have shown you a few different Shaker Cards, you can go to Just Add Ink to see what the Design Team have made and share your Shaker Cards with us too.