Monday, 16 August 2010

Helping Hudson and Just Add Ink


I'm here today with the card I designed for both the Helping Hudson Colour Challenge and the latest Just Add Ink Challenge.  Hudson is my little man and we are trying to raise the money to purchase him a Kid Walk mobility aid.  The fabulous girls at Just Add Ink have been a fantastic source of support for our fundraiser.  You can find out all about it at Helping Hudson: A Wheely Great Cause.

The Helping Hudson colour challenge was to design a monochromatic card and the JAI challenge was to Just Add Wheels.  Here's my card:

I've used the So Swirly Jumbo Wheel to create the background of this card.  I'm so pleased that we're not losing this wheel in the next catalogue - I love it lots!

There's a fantastic prize up for grabs in both challenges - so please pop on over to both and give them a go.

Stamps: Lovely As A Tree, So Swirly Jumbo Wheel
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel
Card Stock: Creamy Caramel, Close To Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Other: Chit Chat Rub Ons (retired), Chocolate Chip Button, Sponge Dauber, Word Window Punch

Catch you later - hopefully over at Helping Hudson!



  1. I love this card, Tina. The So Swirly wheel is the perfect background!

  2. Great card, Tina. You inspired me to use Creamy Caramel - where I have BEEN??!! LOVE this colour!

  3. The So Swirly Jumbo Wheel is perfect as a background stamped image. It gives it a touch of elegance! I love all the warm chocolatey colours that you used!

  4. I really like your card Tina, this is one of my favourite stamp sets too!

  5. I would never have thought to use So Swirly with Lovely As A Tree - what a great combo! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Neat take on the challenge, that wheel is a classic!

  7. This is my favourite set Tina and you have done a beautiful job with it. Thanks for playing!


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