Friday, 10 August 2012

Just Add Ink #130: Just Add Blue and Bling!


Are you ready for another fabulous Just Add Ink Challenge?  I sure am!  This week Nikki has challenged us to Just Add Blue and Bling.  When I was thinking about what to make fro this challenge I thought back to my time in Paris and remembered the Eiffel Tower at night and how it sparkled with lights on the hour.  Such a pretty sight in a pretty city!  My card is inspired by my memories of Paris.

I used my Heat and Set powder in combination with Dazzling Diamonds to recreate the sparkling Eiffel Tower.

I also used a silver gel pen to add some stars to the night time sky.

Another Eiffel Tower on the inside of the card.  My Aunt and Uncle are off to Paris next year so I think I'll keep this card to send as a Bon Voyage card.

Stamps: Artistic Etchings, Sentimental Journey
Ink: Night Of Navy, Versamark, Silver Gel Pen
DSP/Cardstock: Night Of Navy Patterns Stack DSP, Night Of Navy, Real Red, Whisper White
Other: Silver Embossing Powder, Word Window Punch, Modern Label Punch, 1" Square Punch, 1 1/4" Square Punch, White Baker's Twine, Dazzling Diamonds, Heat and Stick Powder, Mini Silver Brad, Basic Jewels Rhinestones

I hope you can play along this week at Just Add Ink.

Bye for now,



  1. Just one word, no wait..make that two... Simply Fabulous! Now I definitely have to get this set. :)

  2. Love the sparkles Tina, my son just sent me pic of the same thing, so l can see exactly where your inspiration comes from, love it! xxx

  3. I lovely card and a lovely way to bring back memories of your fabulous trip to Paris.

  4. I love your "blingy" Eiffel tower Tina. Great effect!

  5. I just love the fact that your memory of Paris was the starting point for the card Tina. Your Eiffel Tower is definitely sparkly and a real eyecatcher!

  6. This is gorgeous Tina - love how you've showcased the sparkly Eiffel Tower at night - very creative!


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