This week at Just Add Ink we’re creating to a sketch designed by Narelle.
I love this sketch and could make a dozen cards without blinking using the circles as my starting point.
It’s been all about new products lately, so I’m taking a pause and going back to some Annual Catalogue favourites with this foxy little baby card…
I love the products in the “A Little Foxy” suite.
For this card I’ve used all of them – the DSP, the punch and the stamp set.
Plus sentiments from the Tin of Cards stamp set.
You can see the ‘hello’ in this photo with a sneak peak of the inside of the card too.
I’m still working making the insides pretty as my 2017 goal!
Be sure to check in with the Just Add Ink blog as see what the design team have made this week. So many wonderful ideas all from the same sketch!
You’ll see lots of them feature the Stitched Shapes Framelits dies – because they are awesome. If you haven’t ordered them yet, you should!!! Click here to view them in my online store.
Please join us for the challenge this week and upload your card to the Just Add Ink blog.
This sketch is so easy to use – and will set you on the pathway to your own amazing creation!
I can’t wait to see what you make!
Welcome to my final blog hop for the week – what a treat to be able to take on you on so many adventures!
Today you’re hopping around the world for the Stamp Review Crew with lots of fabulous creations with the Foxy Friends stamp set. Plus some great ideas for using the coordinating punch!
As I often do, I’ve used this hop as a chance to extend my concept of the stamp set.
It makes cheeky foxes, cute cats, sneaky skunks, racous reindeers & many more animals!!!
But … for my project, I’ve used the embellishments that coordinate with the foxy animals to create a trio of watercolour notecards.
I love having ‘blank’ cards on hand for when you need a card quickly! The embellishment stamps in the Foxy Friends set provide great all-occasion decoration!
I added the medium swirl from the Swirly Scribbles Thinlits set (I haven’t used this in a while & I was missing it!), the love heart speech bubble (this could say anything!) and a few pearls to finish it off.
I even decorated the envelopes for these cards in matching patterns/colours.
I can’t wait to send one in the mail – it’ll look so pretty!
Thanks for hopping with me! Next you’re over to Tanya in the US who always has wonderful & colourful creations! Or if you missed out on Holly, then click below to go backwards.
If you get lost at any stage, click on the banner at the top of this post to take you back to Stamp Review Crew blog where you’ll find the whole list of us!
Hello! It’s been a quiet weekend from me on the blogging front. I’ve been busy crafting but I couldn’t show you anything because they had to make their way to the intended recipients first!
And now they have, so it’s all systems go this week. Stay tuned for a week of great shares…
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Today’s share is Mr Foxy & his fabulous friends. We made Foxy for last night’s team meeting make & take project, but I wanted to make some friends to show my team what else this bundle can do.
There’s lot more this bundle can make. This is only the beginning of my Foxy love affair! Stay tuned… Kelly x
Products from the “A Little Foxy’ suite
Plus these great favourites…
It’s always exciting to have parcels containing new products arrive on the doorstep. Yesterday I unpacked, sorted and repacked 6 boxes of fabulous new goodies!
They weren’t all for me! So this morning, I delivered stamps, paper and bags of fun to my lovely local stampers.
And this afternoon, I’ve had a chance to get inky and play with my new things!!!
What to ink first was an easy choice for me. My instant catalogue favourites were the Foxy Friends bundle(stamps, punch & DSP) and the Letters For You / Large Letters bundle (stamps & framelits).
And this is what they look like together…
Can you spot all the new products??? As well as the ones I mentioned above, there’s also the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Sweet Cupcake stamp set, letters from the Labeler Alphabet stamp set and the Classic Label punch.
Back to the craft table now – I’ve got so many ideas and so little time!!! Kelly x
PS, so many thanks to my ever patient husband!!!
Tempted by any of the products I used?
Here’s the list with direct links to my online store.