Friday, 7 February 2014

JAI #201: Just Add Colour


Friday again, and time for another Just Add Ink Challenge.  This week Kim has given us this gorgeous colour combination to work with.

These colours, to me, where screaming out to be on a baby boy's card.  Funnily enough, that reminded me of a friend that's due to have a baby in a few weeks so instead of making the card I ended up ringing her for a chat.  Over an hour later I finally got back to making the card!

I used the Zoo Babies stamp set on the card - the first time I had got it inky.  It's a cute little set, I don't know why it took me so long! The Pool Party DSP is from the I Am Me pack.  I love how well the blues work together with just a little splash of Real Red and Saraha Sand.

I can't wait to send this to my friend - she let me know that she's having a boy, so this challenge is another case of perfect timing!

Stamps: Zoo Babies, Sweet Essentials
Ink: Pool Party, Island Indigo
DSP/Cardstock: I Am Me DSP, Island Indigo, Whisper White
Other: Postage Stamp Punch, Sahara Sand Candy Dots, Real Red Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals

Hope to see you at Just Add Ink this week.

Bye for now,



  1. I love it when we can use our challenges to get our own much needed cards up-to-date and ready to send. This card is perfect for your friends new baby boy. I must get this set myself, it really does baby so well! Thanks for enabling me Tina ♥

  2. Really cute way to use the colours Tina, love the pop the red ribbon gives. xxx

  3. So super cute Tina. Very handy that you now have the perfect baby boy card on hand!

  4. Truly a very cute baby card Tina - I love the little peeps of each animal and how you carry them through to the inside. I'm sure your friend will love it! xxx

  5. So cute Tina! What a great card to show off these challenge colours!

  6. This is adorable, Tina. You've balanced the challenge colours so well; just perfect for a baby card. Love how you've stamped the cute animals from Zoo Babies!


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