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Thursday, 11 March 2021

JAI 545: Just Add Shades Of Green

 Hi!


Welcome back to the new Just Add Ink Challenge. This week Lou has suggested that we use shades of green on our cards.


This one was a little tricky for me at first, as green isn't a colour I gravitate to very much. Then I remembered my pop culture stamps and an idea was born!

scissorspapercard, Stampin' Up!, Kindred Stamps, Ink Road Stamps, Just Add Ink, You're Super, Justice Is Served, Full Circle Vol 3: Heroes, Stampin' Blends

Who else could I choose but this big guy? He's the perfect character for this week's card. He's from a retired Kindred Stamps set, called You're Super, and I coloured him with my Shaded Spruce, Highland Heather and Basic Black Stampin' Blends. The sentiment is from another retired Kindred Stamps set, called Justice Is Served.

scissorspapercard, Stampin' Up!, Kindred Stamps, Ink Road Stamps, Just Add Ink, You're Super, Justice Is Served, Full Circle Vol 3: Heroes, Stampin' Blends

The background of my card was made by smooshing my Shaded Spruce ink pad onto my largest clear block, spritzing it with water and then placing my cardstock on top. I lifted it a few times and repositioned it to cover the whole piece with ink. The blotchy effect is very cool, if I do say so myself!

scissorspapercard, Stampin' Up!, Kindred Stamps, Ink Road Stamps, Just Add Ink, You're Super, Justice Is Served, Full Circle Vol 3: Heroes, Stampin' Blends

I used the offcut from the front of the card to matt my writing panel on the inside of my card. The icon image os from an Ink Road Stamps set, called Full Circle Vol 3: Heroes. I love it when stamps from different companies work together perfectly! The sentiment is from You're Super.

That's all from me for tonight, but please do head on over to the Just Add Ink blog, where you'll find the rest of this week's Design team cards. I hope that you'll enter our challenge too - do you like green? Which shade (or shades) will you choose to use?

Bye for now,

Tina

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