Just Add Ink #268

Hey Everyone

It’s time for a new challenge at Just Add Ink. You’re probably going to look at this sketch and realise it’s a “me” sketch with all those layers.


Isn’t it always the way when you design a sketch and then realise you have absolutely no idea what to do with it? In the end I chose some really cool new Stampin’ Up! animal print papers called Go Wild DSP and paired it with a zebra image from a retired Stampin’ Up! set call Zoo Review.


Our design team have created wonderful cards to inspire you. Head over to Just Add Ink and check them out.

Thanks for stopping by.



11 thoughts on “Just Add Ink #268

  1. Hahaha yep it’s definitely a Narelle sketch. As far as layers go I wasn’t too scared of this one so that’s a good sign. Love the Go Wild papers (haven’t cracked mine open yet) and they look totally awesome with your zebra. Very cool card, my friend. xox

  2. I totally knew this was a Narelle sketch as soon as I saw it 🙂 You’ve made a fabulous card with your sketch – love the monochromatic colour scheme.

  3. Thank you for this lovely sketch Narelle – so fun to work with! And I love your card! Your zebra and the Wild DSP look made for each other and your black and white colour scheme is fabulous too. xx

  4. I loved this sketch Narelle…good job luv! Your card is awesome, l love that dsp and l’m glad l held onto zoo review now..:0) xx

  5. So cool Narelle – your papers and image all work perfectly together. Great sketch – I love what everyone has done with it. Chantell x x x

  6. Was just picturing the sketch that I would design, would probably just be a blank area with one small circle in the corner, that would be hilarious!! I think everyone has rocked your brilliant sketch and I just love the theme you went with.

  7. So not what I was expecting but I do love what you did. It’s super clean and crisp and the big zebra pattern just pulls you in and there’s the zebra! xxx

  8. Thanks for the great sketch, Narelle. What a brill idea to use the print with the zebra. So bold & yet so balanced. You amaze me, girl.
    Di 🙂

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