Online Extravaganza | Part TWO!

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Did you take advantage of any of the great stamp set specials?  You’ve still got 4 hours to add one of 16 sets to your collection.  See the 24 hour stamp sale here.

At 9pm tonight – WA time – Stampin’ Up! is releasing a list of new deals. 

Click here to go to the online store.  Use the host code: K3RDKZAT in your shopping cart to get a special gift from me!

These great specials are available from 9pm tonight until 9pm on 26th November.

Metal Rimmed Pearls

$8.75
$5.25

Duet Banner Punch

$31.00
$21.70

Tree Builder Punch

$31.00
$24.80

Watercolor Pencils

$27.75
$22.20

Gold Glimmer Paper

$8.75
$7.88

Blossom Builder Punch

$31.00
$27.90

Subtles Enamel Shapes

$15.75
$14.18

Brights Enamel Shapes

$15.75
$14.18

Paisley Framelits Dies

$49.00
$44.10

Lemon Builder Punch

$31.00
$27.90

At Home Framelits Dies

$50.00
$45.00

If you see anything you like during the Extravaganza, they are all available during the sales period via my online store.

Happy shopping! I’ll have one more deal to share with you next week!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

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Stamp Review Crew | Painted Harvest

Hello & happy Monday!  Thanks for joining us for the Stamp Review Crew blog hop.

Myself and a group of my wonderful Stampin’ Up! friends from around the world share with you a project or two inspired by a stamp set from the pages of the Stampin’ Up! catalogue.

Today we’re highlighting the Painted Harvest stamp set.

I’m excited to share with you that this stamp set and coordinating Leaf Punch will carryover to the Occasions catalogue and continue to be available until at least the end of May 2018.

However, discount available at present when you buy these items in a bundle (stamp set & punch together = $58.50) will not continue into the new catalogue. So, if this stamp set is on your wishlist, you’ll want to purchase it before 2nd January 2018 to get the best deal!


For my project today, I’ve made a sweet little gift set with a calendar and note-writing paper.

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

This style of easel card are often made with post it notes in the pocket, but I wanted this one to be extra special so I stamped each of the notecard pages with the Painted Harvest stamps.

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

A stamp positioning tool makes job like this so much easier – I can’t wait til we all get our hands on the Stamparatus!  See here for all the details.  The next reservation window opens on the 6th Dec.

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

We’re going to see a rainbow of Painted Harvest flowers during this blog hop – because the only limitation on colour combinations is your imagination!

I’ve stamped mine in Blushing Bride, Powder Pink and Smoky Slate.

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

A cute gift like this deserves amazing packaging, so I’ve decorated a Clear Acetate Box. These are the perfect size for Australian sized cards – thanks SU! for considering the needs of the international market!

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

It’s great to be able to continue the theme of the gift through to the packaging with the same colours & design features.

I always love a stamp set and punch bundle and this one is no exception!  The leaf punch is a great embellishment for so many projects.

Of course, I love leaves in vellum!

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

The ‘for you’ comes from one of the sentiments.  I just masked out the other words that I didn’t need.

From this…

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

To this…

Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest | kelly kent

I love pretty gifts!  Everyone should be able to own a little piece of handmade prettiness!

To see more gorgeous creations, please keep hopping!

Next up is the beautiful Heidi Baks

Thanks for joining us!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

 

Online Extravaganza!

Stampin’ Up! has a week long Online Extravaganza starting tomorrow – 20th November!

As I get information about each new promotion, I’ll post the specials on my blog, so make sure to check in each day to see what’s new – or if you don’t want to miss a thing, subscribe to my blog so you get an email each time I post.

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

What’s in store for tomorrow?

There’s 16 stamp sets at 20% off!!  But only for 24 hours, starting at 9pm WA time tonight (or midnight Sydney time).

Shop now in my online store.  Use the host code: K3RDKZAT in your shopping cart to get a special gift from me!

If you see anything you like during the Extravaganza, they are all available during the sales period via my online store.

Happy shopping!  Don’t forget to check back in to see what other deals Stampin’ Up! are offering throughout the week!!!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

Paper Adventures Team Blog Hop | Non Traditional Christmas

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I absolutely cannot believe this is our second last team blog hop of the year.

How did it get to November so quickly???

We are delighted to share this hop with Carolyn Bennie who is guest designing with us this month for our theme…

Non-traditional Christmas

I am a great fan of projects outside of the box for Christmas, whether it’s in the design, colours or theme.

Today, I’m sharing  two projects with you.

The first is non-traditional Christmas colours.

I always love seeing bright & pretty Christmas colours!!!

My choice for today is some of my favourites pretty colours…

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Non Traditional Christmas

I wanted to contrast them against a clean & simple white card.

So, using the tree dies from the Christmas Staircase thinlits, I started with a white tree.  Because of the proportions of the tree, I’ve opted for a square card (which I almost never do!).

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent

The tree sits on on a 4-3/4″ Whisper White mat with a 5″ border in Berry Burst.  The card base is 6″ square (so cut at 6″ from a 12″ piece of cardstock and score in half @ 6″).

Of course a square card needs a special envelope and thanks to my Envelope Punch Board, it’s super easy to whip one up!

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent

Are you dazzled by all the pretty coloured jewels?  And wondering how you missed them in the catalogue?  You don’t buy them coloured – but they are easy to make!

Our new Stampin’ Blends colour over the smooth surface of our rhinestones, pearls and metallic embellishments.  So, these pretties are made by colouring the rhinestone jewels with Stampin’ Blends.

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent

To match the colours I’ve chosen for my card, I used the light & dark Rich Razzleberry Blends, the dark Bermuda Bay, the dark Pool Party and the dark Old Olive.  I also added in some uncoloured rhinestones to for another variation in colour.

The base of the tree and the inside of the card are stamped using the Paint Play stamp set.  The sentiment is from the always faithful Teeny Tiny Sentiments.

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent


The second card I’m sharing today uses an everyday stamp set to create a Christmas card.

Sometimes it’s easy to get stuck on the sets that are specifically labelled as Christmas.  But, you already own a dozen or more stamp sets that have lots of versatility.

I love the Build A Bike stamp set and thought a bike would make a good alternative to a Christmas sleigh!

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent

The present is from the Ready for Christmas stamp set and the sentiment from Christmas Quilt stamp set.

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent

I’ve matched the non-traditional theme with traditional Christmas colours of red & green.

If you love red & green, the Quilted Christmas DSP is a perfect choice!  It comes in a 6×6″ paper stack, so after cutting the DSP for my card front, I had a strip left over.

This was perfect to brighten up the inside of my card…

Paper Adventures Non Traditional Christmas | kelly kent

I don’t always use angles in my card, but it seemed to follow through nicely to have the inside purposefully wonky too (since the front was!).


I can’t wait for you to see what the rest of our Paper Adventures team has created for this hop.  I am always inspired by their creativity and you’re going to love how they’ve all thought outside the box.

Next stop from here is to our guest designer – Carolyn Bennie in South Australia.

It was wonderful to see Carolyn again at OnStage on the weekend!

kelly kent & carolyn bennie

Thanks for joining us!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

 

We are always hopeful that the links between blogs work!  But just in case they don’t, here’s a full list.  We have 2 teams members joining us from Facebook.  Our Paper Adventures team is inclusive of all ways of sharing and for all levels of experience!

Kelly Kent
Carolyn Bennie (Guest Designer)
Siobhan Fitzsimmons
Anne Barker (Facebook) –
Coriana Boothey
Sheila Pybus (Facebook) –
Mandy Depiazzi
Narelle Simm

OnStage 2017 – November in Melbourne

You’ve been warned… this post is long with lots of photos! (feel free just to look at the photos or skip on by the whole thing!)

The blackout period for OnStage news ended this morning, which means it’s time to share the event highlights (for me) with you.

Many thanks to Siobhan Fitzsimmons who unreservedly shared her photos with me, so I actually have some to show you!  I am terrible at remembering to take photos!!!  So, with her complete permission, what you see below (all with my watermark) are a mix of my iphone photos and Siobhan’s professional photos.  You’ll be able to tell the difference!!!

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

My trip to Melbourne started at 7.30pm on Thursday night – Mum and I travelled to Perth airport (about a 2 hr drive) and checked in for our flight to Melbourne.

This is us leaving Bunbury (you can see the excitement all over our faces!)

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

I was super productive during the wait for our flight and was able to get some blogging done so I had some posts to share with you while I was at the event having fun.  I hope you enjoyed seeing my team presents & OnStage swaps.  If you missed these posts, you can find the team presents here & swaps here.


By Friday, all 7 of the Paper Adventure Teamies attending the event had landed in Melbourne (albeit some a little more sleep deprived than others) so we set aside Friday as a team activity day.  We had a sensational brunch at the Grain Store in the Melbourne CBD, explored the markets and checked out the DFO.

This is us at brunch..

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

Around the table: Kristel, Sheila, me, Mandy, Siobhan, Amy & Anne.

Friday night was a team dinner for the rest of the team and the pleasure of a CentreStage leadership dinner for me. One of the privileges of my Silver Elite title is dinner and training on the night before the OnStage event.

Here I am all glammed up on my way out.  I actually didn’t take any photos at the event – too busy having a good time!

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

The CentreStage dinner was amazing – great company, lovely food, training that was just spot-on for my needs and some extra special gifts to take home with us including the new catalogue!

So while my roomies wondered what was in the new catalogue, I was already flicking through with lots of oooo-ing and ahhhh-ing over the wonderful items on every page.  Eventually I had to put the catalogue down and get some sleep because we had an early start the next day!


Saturday saw the 7 of us walk on over to the OnStage event at Melbourne Park (the tennis centre!)..  I felt so blessed to share the experience with such a fun, talented and awesome group of ladies!

We got a little excited about going as a team, so we had team shirts (designed by me) and team earrings (created by Kristel).

6 of my Paper Adventures team made the trip with me – I felt so blessed to share the experience with them!

We got a little excited about going as a team, so we had team shirts (designed by me) and team earrings (created by Kristel).

Here we are at the OnStage photo booth…

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

L-R: Sheila, Siobhan, me, Kristel, Mandy, Anne & Amy

And of course we all took the drink bottles I designed as team gifts.  You’ll notice they coordinate with the t-shirts – every good stamper loves their coordinating range!

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent


The day was filled with new products, old and new friends and all the fun of a wonderful Stampin’ Up! event.  You really can’t appreciate how special these days are unless you attend one.

Here are some action shots…

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Those radiant smiles you see in all the photos are 100% natural – it’s such a buzz being at a Stampin’ Up! event.

Amongst the day’s activities, we saw the amazing achievements of demonstrators at the end.  Several of my team got recognised for Quick Start (way to go Sheila & Mandy) and promotion to Bronze Elite (big congrats Siobhan, Sheila & Mandy!).

I got recognised for sales, leadership & recruitment, which I found out this morning, all added up to being the #28 demonstrator in Australia for the 2016-2017 Stampin’ Up! year.  Thanks for all the support!!!

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

I also got to walk across the stage to recognise my 5 years with Stampin’ Up! and achieving 100,000 Flex Points for the year (earned through sales, recruiting, leadership and other promotions).

My stage walk was fun and got me a snuggle with the gorgeous Bonnie from the US office!

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent


Across the day we got to hear about & see the new products being released in the Occasions and Sale-A-Bration catalogues, we got to take some new products home and we got to stamp 4 projects with the new catalogue items.

Here’s a look at my ‘stash’ by the end of the event…

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

Stampin’ Up! is celebrating 30 years of business next year, so they spoiled us with some exclusive merchandise – a cute little shopping bag and a 30 year pin.

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

Our bag (the orange on the bottom layer) contained a stamp set, notebook, pens and mug at check in.  And then I filled it with more stamps through the day from Prize Patrol, an all-attendee giveaway and a stamp set from the tools we used for our stamping projects.

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

Did I mention we stamped???

Four awesome projects, all with new items that you’ll be able to purchase from 3rd January 2018  (or 1st Dec 2017 if you’d like to join our Paper Adventures team).

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This is the Bubble Over Collection – super cute for all ages…

Bubble Over | kelly kent

The Sweet Soiree Collection – these colours just make my heart sing!

How cute are the boxes and that DSP – oh-my!!!

Sweet Soiree | kelly kent

Petal Passion Collection – it’s all black & white, but you can add pops of colour (like in this card) to transform it to all kinds of occasions and styles…

Petal Passion | kelly kent

And finally the cute little tags are from the Tutti-Frutti collection. You know those times when you see something in the catalogue and think you don’t really need it, but then you stamp with it and before you know it, it’s on your order…. well, that happened to me with these cute little fruits!  #sorrynotsorry #itwasthepineapples

Tutti Frutti | kelly kent

Saturday finished for us with a dinner shared with a group of amazing designers from the Just Add Ink / Colour INKspiration / CASEing the Catty design teams.  We hit up Chinatown for a banquet dinner complete with deep fried banana & ice cream – yum!!!


Sunday saw the end of the stamping and a day to sleep in, explore Melbourne, catch up with one of my friends from uni (who now lives in Melbourne) and see a show.  I could have easily stayed the rest of the week in Melbourne – my exploration was really only the tip of the iceberg.

Melbourne really turned on the weather for us – it was sensational!

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I totally fell in love with the culture, vibe and energy of the Melbourne CBD.


Monday saw the trip back to Western Australia.  There wasn’t any blogging on the way back, just a special Stampin’ Up! order to place of all my new catalogue favourites.  I’m looking forward to sharing some sneak peeks with you over the coming months.

I had two very happy little Miss Papercrafts greet me when I got home.

Maddie helped me model my new Stampin’ Up! t-shirt – a beautiful gift from CentreStage…

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

And then I lost them to the presents I brought back from Melbourne.

A new book collection for our bookworm…

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

And a game for the family to play….

OnStage 2017 | kelly kent

Mr Papercraft was too busy eating Haigh’s chocolate to pose for a photo!

It’s lovely to be back at home, but Melbourne was a memorable experience that I’m so grateful for.

I’m already planning for the next event in November, because guess what???  We’re going to Perth!!!

The OnStage Live event is in Orlando and the three South Pacific local (one day) events are Perth, Sydney and Auckland.

Anyone who is a demonstrator with Stampin’ Up! at he time of the event can go!

Join my Paper Adventures team between now and January and you’ll be able to register for the event.  Need more info?  Click here to see my joining page or contact me to chat through the details.

Being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is truly amazing – what a great family to be part of and great ‘paper adventures’ to be had.

Thank you to my family in Bunbury for making it possible for me to go east to feed my own passion, my teamies who joined me on the adventure, all of my team for supporting me, the Stampin’ Up! staff for putting on such a great event, the demos who took part by setting/packing up, creating samples or doing a presentation and the wonderful group of demonstrators I spent the day with.

See you in April, when we do it all again!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

 

 

Get Ready for the Stamparatus!!!

We are currently in radio silence mode with all things new catalogue… but I have permission to share with you an exciting new product that will be available in 2018.

It’s a stamp positioning tool called the Stamparatus!

Stamparatus - pre-order now for 2018 delivery | kelly kent
They’ll be $85 (Australian pricing) and are available for ordering from 17th November, with delivery from 1st Feb 2018 (first pre-order window).

The features of this tool are unlike any stamp positioning tool you’ve ever seen – they are amazing!!

Stamparatus - pre-order now for 2018 delivery | kelly kent

This is oh-so-exciting.  It’s been developed by demonstrators to suit the needs of crafters!

Watch Carrie in this video tell us more about the amazing features of the Stamparatus…

There’s 3 opportunities to reserve your own Stamparatus…

Stamparatus Pre-Order Dates

Reservations will be available on the dates above (from 5am Perth time on 17th Nov, 6th Dec and 16th Jan).  These reservation windows will allow Stampin’ Up! to accurately predict how much stock they need to order from the supplier and limit disappointment when new and exciting products go on backorder!

During these dates you can reverse your Stamparatus by clicking here.

You must already have an online Stampin’ Up! account (the one you use for shopping in the online store) and a credit card for the purchase.  The funds will only be taken from your card once shipping begins.

Once your Stamparatus becomes available, you can take advantage of any promotions running at the same time (like Sale-A-Bration!).

I’ve answered most of the questions I think you’ll ask above, but you can read the full FAQ questions document by clicking here.

The Stamparatus Reservation Tutorial can be downloaded here.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

There is no doubt over the coming months that everyone is going to be talking about the Stamparatus and you’re going to want to get your hands on one!

If you’re even a little bit curious, make sure you get a reservation.  You can always cancel your reservation if you change your mind.

Don’t you just love new toys that make stamping even easier???  I know I do!

How many sleeps til 1st Feb???

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

 

Christmas Quickie – Christmas Around the World DSP

We’ve been having a discussion within our Paper Adventures team about the kind of cards that are best suited to Christmas.

I’m not sure if I send out more Christmas or birthday cards, but being as the Christmas ones are all concentrated at the end of the year, there seems to be a need for at least some of the designs we send to be simpler.

The type of card that’s easier to mass produce and kind on the budget but still full of the same handmade love that we make all year round.

I have just the card for you!  You can change the colours & DSP, but essentially, this layout is perfect for mass production.

Christmas Around the World DSP | kelly kent

What’s better though, if you do use the Christmas Around the World DSP, it already has a full page of greetings in a number of different languages. I’ve used these as my sentiment – which saved a team of time!

Christmas Around the World DSP | kelly kent

I like the exotic touch of a foreign language greeting!!!

But of course there’s also some cute English versions…

Christmas Around the World DSP | kelly kent

I confess to using retired twine for these cards.  Miss Papercraft was helping and she chose this gorgeous gold thread from last Christmas.  It’s one of my favourites and I couldn’t resist!

Which reminds me of a graphic I shared with my team last week…

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It’s all about the choices!!!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com


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OnStage 2017 Swaps

Today is the day!!!  We’re up early and ready to spend the day immersed in all things Stampin’ Up!

One of the highlights of OnStage for many demos is participating in swaps.

Generally, you make multiples of the same design and “swap” these with other demonstrators – building a supply of fresh ideas & inspiration.

Each event, I try to make something interesting – which often ends up being a 3D item.

This time around, I took a ‘shine’ to the You’re Priceless stamp set which set me on the path of diamonds.

So, my OnStage 2017 Melbourne swaps is a lollipop packaged in a diamond sleeve with a stained glass diamond on the front.

OnStage 2017 Diamond Lollipops | kelly kent

These would make great party favours for a princess party, gifts of encouragement for your team or a cute just because gift to brighten someone’s day!

OnStage 2017 Diamond Lollipops | kelly kent

The diamond shape is created using the Window Box Thinlit.  Instead of making it into a box, I put a folded piece of cardstock and cut the hexagon shape.  I then snipped off the bottom corners and created the pretty pattern on the front using the die from the Window Box set.  The design already has tabs, so it was easy to make a pouch for the lollipop to sit in.

OnStage 2017 Diamond Lollipops | kelly kent

As I’m typing this, I’m thinking it needs more photos, so I’ll add a quick photo tutorial or video when I get home!

OnStage 2017 Diamond Lollipops | kelly kent

The stained glass diamonds are made by cutting the diamond shapes from the Eclectic Layers Thinlits in Champagne Foil and pouring a mix of silver glitter & Fine Tip Glue over the top.

I laid them out on a freezer sheet (because I had many – the silicone craft mat available from Stampin’ Up! also works well).  You can add the glue & then sprinkle with glitter, but I just poured the glitter into the Fine Tip Glue bottle and shook well.

Stained Glass Diamonds | kelly kent

Once they were dry, I cut away the extra glue from around the diamond and adhered them to my lollipop project.

The stained glass technique adds a great bling factor a project!

How cute do they all look ready to give out today!

OnStage 2017 Diamond Lollipops | kelly kent

I can’t wait to see the amazing projects my fellow demonstrators share with me today.

And then after we swap, it’s the main event!  A whole day of new products!!!

Think you might want to be a part of the fun at a future Stampin’ Up! event?  Join my Paper Adventures team and you can!  I’m secretly hoping the April 2018 event will be in Perth – we’ll know soon!!!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

OnStage 2017 Team Presents

Well, it’s here!!  And we are here!  Myself and 6 of my Paper Adventures team are in Melbourne for a weekend filled with fun, stamping and great friendships.

Today we enjoyed a marvellous brunch and saw the sights of Melbourne.

At brunch we shared team swaps.  I know some of my team will blog their own creations, so I’ll leave that to them and just share what I gave out.

This weekend is going to be such a special memory, so I have created a little memory box using the Mini Pizza Boxes.

OnStage 2017 Memory Box | kelly kentI thought it would be a great way to help them remember their OnStage experience.  Thanks to iPhones, it’ll  be easy to get some happy snaps while we are away.

OnStage 2017 Memory Box | kelly kent

And then an accordion fold in the middle ready for photos!  The paper aeroplane is our team motif, so I have kept this cute stamp from a retired set for team projects!

OnStage 2017 Memory Box | kelly kent

I am so grateful for my team joining me in Melbourne (no mean feat to traverse the continent for a one day event), so I wanted to make them some gifts to commemorate our time together.

Nanna Papercraft is always on board with my crazy ideas and happily helped me to embroider these beautiful scarves with …. our aeroplane!  Thanks Mum!

OnStage 2017 Team Scarf | kelly kent

 

I thought a scarf was particularly fitting given Melbourne’s reputation for 4 seasons in one day!  Hopefully we catch some nicer weather than they had earlier in the week for Melbourne Cup!

OnStage 2017 Team Scarf | kelly kent

The scarf is protecting another gift – personalised water bottles!

I’ve been using my Cameo lots lately to add adhesive vinyl to glass & plastic items as gifts.  Several of my team were commenting how much they’d like something made for them…. little did they know what I was scheming!!

OnStage 2017 Personalised Water Bottles | kelly kent

There’s one for me too – I didn’t want to miss out!!!

OnStage 2017 Personalised Water Bottles | kelly kent

A big thank you to my team for making this weekend so special!

If you see us at the event, please say hi!  It’s going to be a great day!!!

I’m off now to the CentreStage event to see more of my demo friends, have a lovely dinner and get a sneak peek at the new catalogue.

There’s no sharing til next week though – my lips are sealed!!!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

Just Add Ink #385 | Sketch

If you’re reading this as it goes live, I will be spending some time at the airport – on my way to OnStage in Melbourne.

I feel oh-so-lucky to be attending the event, spending the weekend with my team and getting a sneak peek at the new catalogue.

Tonight’s Just Add Ink theme is a sketch by Kim.

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Make sure you stop by the JAI blog to see the amazing creations the Design Team has come up with!

I took some liberties with this sketch (I’m either completely literal or a bit loose!) to fit an idea I had for a birthday card.

Just Add Ink #385 Sketch | kelly kent

I turned the circle into a heart and used ribbon for the banner elements.

Just Add Ink #385 Sketch | kelly kent

And of course some bling!!!

The sentiment words are from the World’s Greatest Trophy stamp set.  I was so excited when this appeared in the Annual Catalogue – it’s great to have people words on hand (like ‘wife’.. this card was made for my Dad to give my Mum for her birthday).

Just Add Ink #385 Sketch | kelly kent

The heart was made using Washi Tape laid across Whisper White cardstock and then cut using a pretty heart from the Sweet & Sassy set of dies.

Just Add Ink #385 Sketch | kelly kent

Thanks for visiting to see my JAI project this week.

If you’re excited to see new things, check in with me next week for some OnStage posts!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com


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