Posts filed under ‘Kids Cards’
It’s nearly the 17th March and that means St Patrick’s Day. So we are celebrating by Just Adding Green. I put together a quick Birthday card using Green Card Stock, DSP and In
I used the leaves comes from the Summer Silhouettes Stamp Set – which is very versatile and pretty. The sentiment is the Pretty Petites Stamp Set and Petite Curly Label Punch from Sale-a-brations – so cute.
So if you are keen to Just Add Green – visit Just Add Ink and see what the Design Team has put together.
Also – while I am here, I wanted to show you a little card Sarah (6) made for her cousin last weekend. Sarah did all the stamping and colour herself (no stamp-a-ma-jig required). I think she did pretty well. This is her favourite Stamp set.
Also – you might notice what looks like and ‘S’ in the top right hand corner – but Sarah tells me that’s a ‘2’ – because her cousin was turning 2.
I’ve had a very quite time in the craft room lately – not much happening at all – there’s been holidays, sickness and just the need to have a little rest. But I’ve been back in the craft room this week – pottering around.
This was fun and colourful to put together. I’ve used the All in the Family and Just Beachy Stamp Sets.
This Sketch has inspired the Design team in many many ways – visit Just Add Ink to see the variety of idea and things you can do with one Sketch. And then have a go yourself and share it with us.
It’s Colour Combo time. Here are the colours, they are really beautiful………
The Just Add Ink Sketch challenge this week is a round sketch. It really made me want to make a card with Flowers and Butterflies on it……..but then again……..I thought I would do something different. So looking at my stamps I selected a new Stamp set – that I have only used a few times so far. It’s called Under the Big Top and includes a selection of great little Circus characters. I also used the Designer Series Papers that match the Stamp set – Big Top Birthday. This helped me decide on the colours for my project – Real Red, Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight and Whisper White.
Rather than making a circular card, I decided to put my circle onto my card. I embossed the bottom portion of the card with the Petals a Plenty Embossing Folder and added some Linen Thread embellishments up the top.
To see all the fabulous Design Team projects using this sketch – and to enter yourself, visit Just Add Ink here.
Yesterday, I found out one of my friends is having a baby……. how exciting! It’s been making me smile ever since. So how timely is the Just Add Ink Challenge this week? Cause it’s all about Baby Projects and Cards. The Just Add Ink Design Team have made some beautiful Baby Cards and Projects……check them out here. `But don’t forget to check my project out below…….
Far out – 70 Just Add Ink Challenges so far – can you believe it. Isn’t that wonderful?
So I hope you join in and play along with # 70 which is a Sketch Challenge. It is a round Sketch……
There is so much you could do with this sketch – here is the card I did
When I made this card I had been making Kid’s Cards…..so I used the little owl and brayered a background for him
I really like how the leaves/branches came out actually – it as a bit of tricky cutting and glueing but worth it I think.
You should see what the other girls have made – awesome man…..check them out here at Just Add Ink.
This week, my littlie is turning 5!
I can’t believe it – where has the time gone? So it’s time for us to celebrate.
I made some special invites for her – as we had a Princess / Pink themed party.
I was going to help her hand them out at school….however she firmly told me “I can manage by my own”! So off she went with her invites to deliver them to her friends.
I did a few different colours. Here they all are……
Here’s the Birthday Girl, after blowing out her candles – everyone was singing Happy Birthday.
We had a great party – and I think we are all quite tired now – well I know I am anyway! Haa haa ha