Friday, 7 September 2012

JAI #134: Just Add Polka Dots


Yes, it's Friday, and another JAI challenge.  This week Trish has put forward a challenge to Just Add Polka Dots to our projects.  I needed to make a baby card, and I though the polka dots were a cute touch.

I made this card a little while ago, so it has a mix of old and new products.  A sad farewell to the Fox And Friends stamp set, and also the satin ribbon.  The colour I have used are two of the gorgeous new In Colours - Raspberry Ripple and Primrose Petals.  Does Raspberry Ripple make you think about a huge ice cream cone?  Mmmmm, yum!

I stamped the frame and sentiment in Raspberry Ripple and the turtle in Primrose Petals.  They are such lovely, complimentary colours.

Some more retired stamping on the inside!  Oops, I should think a bit more when choosing my products for projects!

Stamps: Happy Moments, A Word For You, Fox And Friends (retired), Well Scripted (retired)
Ink: Raspberry Ripple, Primrose Petals
Cardstock: Primrose Petals, Whisper White
Other: Big Shot, Labels Collections Framelits, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder, Whisper White Satin Ribbon (retired), Basic Jewels Rhinestones, Dimensionals

As usual, I hope you can play along with us this week at Just Add Ink.

Bye for now,



  1. Polka dots always work well with baby cards. I like how well the framelit fits your image and greeting.

  2. Very sweet Tina. Framing the turtle within the die cut creates a lovely focal point. I'm looking forward to playing with these new pinks too :) xxx

  3. Tina the images you've picked work perfectly with this challenge as they both look like they have little dots on them too!

  4. Such a gorgeous clean and simple card Tina! I had completely forgotten about this stamp set - I better dig it out soon!

  5. The card is really lovely,superbly simple (in the nicest way) and I bet a lot of us will hang on to Fox & Friends for at least a little while.


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