Friday, 26 August 2016

JAI #326: Just Add Project Life


I hope you've had a fabulous week - I certainly did! I celebrated a birthday earlier in the week and was very spoiled! But enough about me - it's time for the new Just Add Ink challenge!

This week Rochelle has challenged us to Just Add Project Life. I do a lot of PLing, so creating a page sounded like fun. Strangely though, when I sat down to create I actually made a card!

The cute little 2 inch card came from the Hello Lovely PL Accessory Pack. I'm often a bit stumped on how to use the cards, but this pre-cut card was just screaming 'Shaker Card!', so I went with the flow! The Soft Sky sequins are also from the same pack.

It is really, really hard to see in the photos, but I also stamped the dandelion type stamp from the accessory pack on the front of the card - just a sprinkle of them from top left to bottom right. If you look closely you may be able to see one just below the shaker part of the card. They look gorgeous in real life.

The dandelions might be easier to see in the inside of the card - this time some in the top right and bottom left.

Project Life is so versatile - as you can see it's not just for scrapping. What will you create? Link your projects over at the Just Add Ink blog for us all to see!

Bye for now,



  1. Cute! I love how we can use the PL cards for almost anything. Your shaker card is so sweet, and I love the blue sequins. They add a lovely pop of colour. xx

  2. Using the little PL card to make a heart shaker is such a super cute idea, Tina! I so love how it instantly adds bling and character and your lovely sentiment keeps it elegant too. So special! xx

  3. How cute is that...l must investigate the rest of the Hello Lovely range..:0)
    Clever idea to make it a shaker Tina. xx

  4. This is a pretty awesome CAS card Tina. I always love a shaker and that lovely subtle sprinkling of dandelions is a great way to carry the colour through the card. xxx


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