Just Add Ink #109

Hey Everyone

It’s Friday, so that means a new challenge at Just Add Ink.  This week the challenge is to Just Add…A Beach theme where we create a project using images of shells, fish, beach, boats etc.  The only beachy type stamp sets I have are my boat sets so I have used both of them – Sail Away and Open Sea. As the last few cards I’ve made using these sets have been made using blue, I decided to change it up and use Always Artichoke with Early Espresso for my man card.

Here’s what I came up with:

Thanks for stopping by and if you have time, pop over to the challenge and join in!

Products Used:
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Always Artichoke DSP, Early Espresso DSP, Always Artichoke
Ink: Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Crumb Cake Marker
Stamp Sets: Open Sea, Sail Away, Occasional Quotes
Other Products: Hemp Twine, Jumbo Eyelets (retired), Circle Scissor, Word Window, Eyelet, Spritzer Tool

Cheers

Narelle

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6 thoughts on “Just Add Ink #109

  1. LOVE the use of Always Artichoke and Early Espresso, Narelle! Gives quite a different look, and makes for a fantastic male card. The spritzing, sponging and distressing are great touches. Beautiful card 🙂

  2. Excellent guy card Narelle. Love that you went with Artichoke and Espresso – not a combination used often and it looks great. Love those jumbo eyelets, cannot believe they were retired!

  3. A really elegant ‘man card’ Narelle! 🙂
    A wonderful combination of layers and elements. My hubby would love to receive a card like this.

  4. Beautiful use of colour Narelle, Always Artichoke is such a nice contrast to the Espresso and your circle panel is a perfect feature!

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