Friday, 30 January 2015

Just Add Ink Challenge # 248

I can't believe its time for our second challenge of the year at Just Add Ink.  
Last weeks blog hop was fantastic and we had some gorgeous entries. This week we have a colour combo for you:





Such a beautiful combo and of course the possibilities are endless for designing projects with these colours.

I'll be honest, I never use Navy on my cards or any beige (apart from kraft cardstock) so this was a fun little challenge for me.  Luckily I had a design rattling around in my brain that was perfect:



Oh how I love dies with the stitching detail and wish I had more of them. Especially those new dies from Simon Says Stamps that put the stitching on the die-cut piece and the negative space left behind.....amazing!! Will have to tee up a few more gardening jobs to save up for those.....

After deciding the order of my colours, I die-cut the curves, all at slightly different angles to give a bit of interest. I trimmed each piece so they all sat at the right level and then adhered them on top of each other, starting with the navy CS. I die-cut the 'love' twice from the pink CS and stuck them together. This was glued to the card, along with the small die-cut hearts (from the same CS).

The stitched curve die is from Pretty Pink Posh. The 'love' die and 'Tiny Hearts' dies are from Paper Smooches.

Will link this to the Uniko Studios Challenge # 17 where their theme is 'Love and Friendship'. Promise this is my last entry Bev!!!

And will also link to the Simon Says Stamp - Wednesday Challenge where their theme is 'Anything Goes'. This is my third entry.

You have until Wednesday 4th February 10pm (AEST - Australian Eastern Standard Time) to link your projects. I really hope you have the chance to join in as I can't wait to see what you do with these colours. And if you need any inspiration, please visit the Just Add Ink blog to see the gorgeous designs by the rest of the Design Team. Hope to see you there!!!

Take care
Shona

13 comments:

  1. Love those curved edges in different colors! Very cute!

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  2. I think this is a super layout - I do like the curved lines. Great colours. Thanks so much for playing along with Uniko Studio challenge this month!

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  3. Such a stunning design!! I LOVE IT!

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  4. I love the colours and how you've used them is FAB, those PPP dies are on my wishlist! Thanks so much for joining in on the Uniko Studio Challenge. Hugs Bev x

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  5. Stunning card Shona - I love the beautiful colours you have used and the curvy design is just fabulous! Hugs xx

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  6. Love these colors and love your card! From top to bottom, so beautiful. I love your swooshes of color, just so perfect!

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  7. This is the perfect card to combine this weeks colours Shona! Love those curved lines and admire how you always keep your clean lines!

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  8. Graphic and gorgeous, Shona ... with just a touch of playful in the sweet little hearts ... fabulous! Anita :)

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  9. What fantastic use of these colours Shona, I just love this card! I have my eye on those dies too, they're awesome aren't they :)

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  10. This is super cute! I lovethe colors! Thanks so much for joining the anything goes challenge on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge blog!

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  12. Curvy, swervy fabulous!
    Hugs~c

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