The Greatest – Just Add Ink #412

Good Morning,

As ever on a Monday, I am taking part in a challenge. Today it it stage Just Add Ink challenge.

Which two would you choose? The design team have made some great projects as inspiration which you see here.

I went through my stash for all things spotty! I found this designer series paper from the Tropical Escapes collection. I then designed the rest of my card around this.

I made the card base from Blushing Bride card stock.

Soft Seafoam card stock was cut to 3-3/4 by 5 inches. This was used as a mat for the patterned paper.

Some polka dot tulle ribbon was tied around the panel and then adhered to the card base.

For the feature piece I used the coordinating Tropical Chic stamp set and dies.

Several leaves were stamped with first, second and third generation Shaded Spruce ink. These were die cut ready to use.

A square of Soft Seafoam card stock was stamped with the speckles from the Timeless Textures set using Shaded Spruce ink. This was adhered to the card with dimensionals.

The sentiment from the Tropical Chic set was stamped on to white card stock and also added with dimensionals.

The leaves were then arranged on the card and adhered in place with multipurpose glue.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed below.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity x

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Stampin' with inkybutterfly

Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator based in the UK

6 thoughts on “The Greatest – Just Add Ink #412”

  1. I love your pretty tropical take on this weeks Just Add Ink challenge Verity. This product suite was perfect for combining with the challenge, just lovely! Thanks for sharing.

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