Just Add Ink #247 – Just Add Love Blog Hop

Hey Everyone Welcome to Just Add Ink’s first challenge for 2015.  We’re starting off our year with a blog hop.  Our challenge for you is to create a tag OR a card with a tag with a love theme using the following sketch. You may have just hopped over from the amazingly creative Nikki Spencer’s blog – didn’t you just love what she created? JAI247pic I decided to vintage it up a bit with my card.  The sketch is in there, but I’ve added a few extra shapes (hope you can see the original design!).  I started off sticking with the sketch but I just kept adding. I walked past a men’s suit shop earlier this week and saw a suit in the window with the colour combo of Black, Grey & Yellow.  It really appealed to me so I’ve made them the main colours in my card.  Here’s what I created. JAI247Next stop along the way is the very talented and very sweet Louise Sharp. You’re going to love what she’s created! Click on the pic below – we hope you enjoy our blog hop! bloghopbadge Thanks for stopping by. Cheers Narelle

16 thoughts on “Just Add Ink #247 – Just Add Love Blog Hop

  1. Love this colour combo Narelle…..funny where we find our inspiration and colour combo’s isn’t it? Great card and tag, I love all the layers. Chantell x x x

  2. Lovely the black,yellow and grey look so great together you are the best at adding things on a tag wish I had some of your ideas!!!

  3. Wow, Narelle, that’s so lovely. I keep seeing little details & layers I hadn’t noticed & the different papers work so well &… It’s just fab!
    Inky wishes, Di

  4. Beautifully grunge and shabby Narelle! I do love your projects in this style and the colours are perfect. xxx

  5. I love that you found your colour inspiration whilst shopping (or wandering). Great combo – love how you layer so well and such an awesome shabby result. xox

  6. So many pretty elements on this card and I just love how you’ve taken inspiration from something so different and turned it into this stunning creation 🙂

  7. I really like the background layers using the unusual mustard colour which goes with the butterfly really well. Terrific.

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