Friday, 18 November 2011

Just Add Ink 94


I needed to make a wedding card today, so I decided to use the sketch at Just Add Ink.  I love the sketch for the challenge, but it just wasn't quite working for me.  I have tried to stay fairly true to the sketch, but I ended up changing it a little.  I hope it's still OK for the challenge!

I changed the sketch from a circle to a square and flipped the elements of the sketch.

The rolled roses are so elegant on a wedding card.  I knew the colour scheme of the wedding was red, black and white so I used those colours with a touch of silver.

The inside I left fairly plain so I could write a message to the bride and groom.

Stamps: A Word For You, Well Scripted (retired)
Ink: Versamark, Real Red
Cardstock: Real Red, Basic Black, Whisper White, Brushed Silver, Old Olive
Other: Big Shot, Little Leaves Sizzlit, Paper Snips, Half Back Pearls (retired Pretties Kit), Dimensionals, Silver Embossing Powder

Catch you later,



  1. Wowee! Those rolled roses are stunning against the black background. Thanks for playing along at JAI. Sorry about Mr. Linky. He went on a holiday overnight but he's back this morning.

  2. Tina, this is a really beautiful card for the happy couple. Lovely take on the JAI sketch, my friend x

  3. What an elegant and romantic card, love those rolled flowers. Thanks for playing at Just Add Ink this week.

  4. Love your card Tina, and your rolled flowers look fantastic! Thanks for joining us this week at JAI :)

  5. Your flowers are beautiful Tina, as is your card. Glad you could play along with us at JAI this week.

  6. I love how you have flipped the sketch Tina and changed it to a square. Your rolled flowers are also gorgeous. Thanks for playing along at JAI this week.

  7. Gorgeous card Tina, love that you flipped the sketch and made it square. Well done!

  8. What a gorgeous and striking card Tina, your rolled roses are devine. Thanks for joining us at JAI this week.


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