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Archive for October, 2011

Just Add Ink Challenge # 89

This week, Just Add Ink have an inspiration challenge.  I used the challenge to make a telescoping circles card for my husband’s niece.  I  have seen a few of these cards on the internet a few months ago and I have been meaning to make one and I thought it would go nicely with my new beautiful wings embosslit die.  I started with the Scallop Circle die to cut out a black scallop circle.  With the Scissor Circle plus, I cut out two 3 1/2″ Whisper White Circles, one 3″ Pumpkin Pie Circle and then one 2 1/2″ Whisper White circle.  I decorated the circles and joined them using red brads.  Remember that with the centre circle, if you have images or writing, it needs to be upside down if you want it to be right side open when the card is open.

Stamps: Happy Moments (retired SAB), Vintage Vogue
Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Wisteria Wonder, Cherry Cobbler
Ink: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Cherry Cobbler, Wisteria Wonder
Accessories:  Scallop Circle Die, Scissor Circle Plus, Pumpkin Pie Satin Ribbon, Owl Punch (small Cherry Cobbler circles), Beautiful Wings, Red Brads, Victoria embossing folder

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For this week’s Just Add Ink Challenge, Just Add a die cut, I decided to use the Scallop Circle die to make Christmas Decorations, which I am going to use for gift vouchers.  The idea comes from a You Tube clip that I viewed made by Angie Kennedy Juda .  I cut out 2 Cherry Cobbler ,  2 Lucky Limeade and 2 Night of Navy scallop circles and then  I used the Scissor Circle Plus to cut out 2 Very Vanilla 4″ Circles and 1 Whisper White 4″ Circle.  With the 6 Scallop Circles, I put 3 aside and the other 3, I cut in half to make voucher pockets to put behind the Scallop Circles.  I then decorated the 4″ circles and before adhering the circles to the base scallop circles, I attached some ribbon in between so I can hang the decorations.  I am going to use these decorations for my children. 

Stamps: Contempo Christmas, Pennants Parade, Delightful Decorations
Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy
Ink: Night Of Navy
Accessories:  Pennant Punch, Scallop Circle Die, Scissor Circle Plus, Night of Navy Satin Ribbon

 

 

 

 

Stamps: Contempo Christmas, Delightful Decorations
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Lucky Limeade
Ink: Lucky Limeade
Accessories:  Owl Punch, Scallop Circle Die, Scissor Circle Plus, Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon, Scallop Oval Punch, Butterfly Punch

 

Stamps: Contempo Christmas, Dasher, Delightful Decorations
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Island Indigo
Accessories:  Pennant Punch, Scallop Circle Die, Scissor Circle Plus, Early Espresso Satin Ribbon

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Christmas With All the Trimmings

I decided to combine this weeks Clean and Simple sketch and Just Add Ink’s colour Challenge.

 

I thought the two would work well with my new Stocking Punch and Stitched Stocking stamp set.  I started with a base card made from Pool Party cardstock.  I then added a layer of embossed Whisper White cardstock, followed by a strip of Pool Party cardstock.  I then added a layer of Whisper White Cardstock that had a piece of Scalloped Trimmed Pool Party adhered to the bottom.  I then added a strip of Calypso Coral.  Next, I stamped three stocking which I punched out and then I punched out a Pool Party, Whisper White and Crumb Cake Stockings.  I adhered the tops of the stocking to the stamped stocking and the toe and heel to the Calypso Coral stocking.  I added the stocking to the card using foam pads.  I then added the stamped sentiment from Contempo Christmas, mounted on a piece of Pool Party cardstock.  To finish off the card, I added a border, which I should have done before I stuck everything down, since it’s a bit wonky.  Now its a bit rustic.

Stamps: Contempo Christmas, Stitched Stocking
Paper: Whisper White , Pool Party, Calypso Coral, Crumb Cake
Ink: Sahara Sand, Calypso Coral, Pool Party
Accessories:  Stocking Punch, Large Snowflake embossing folder, foam pads, Cameo Coral marker

 

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