Just Add Ink #522 | Sketch

Hello!  Thanks for stopping by my Just Add Ink card for this challenge.  It’s a fun sketch that you’ll be able to use for all occasions.

I’ve used it to create a Christmas card using fun new products.  I think it’s time I embraced Christmas 2020 – I’ve been avoiding it so far!!!  But it seems it’s time since Christmas treats are back in stores again – mince pies, fruit cake and puddings.  I LOVE the iced fruit cake from Woolworths and would happily eat it all year if I could!  What’s your favourite sweet treat that’s only available once a year?


This card features some of my favourite products from the 2020 Aug-Dec Mini Catalogue – Trimming the Town DSP and Joy Dies.

Trimming the Town DSP | kelly kent

I cut three different patterns from the DSP using the Stitched Rectangle Dies, the sentiment from the page of text in the DSP and the ‘joy’ from the Joy Dies.  The 3 step layering of the sentiments in this set is just magical!

Trimming the Town DSP | kelly kent

I really love that the Trimming the Town DSP has red, green and blue as the main colours throughout the sheets.  If you’ve seen my Christmas creations in previous years, you’ll know that traditional red & green is about my least favourite Christmas combination!

Trimming the Town DSP | kelly kent

How is your Christmas card stock pile coming along?  Hopefully this sketch inspires you to add a few more cards to your stash.  We’d love for you to share your creation with us on the Just Add Ink blog.  Click here to visit.  You can also see all the design team cards there too for some extra inspiration!

Thanks for stopping by today, have a great weekend!

kelly kent | mypapercraftjourney.com

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Just Add Ink #522 | Sketch

  1. Lovely card, Kelly! I love the bright bold colours and the bouncy layout – really makes it pop!

  2. Hot Cross Buns, for sure! I could happily eat them all year around, so perhaps it’s best for my waistline that they are only around for a few months. LOL! Your card is wonderful! I love how you’ve tilted the DSP panels for a little bit of quirkiness.

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