Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Just Add Ink 419

There was an interesting challenge at Just Add Ink this week, which was to just add a twist.


To begin with, I wasn't going to play but there was a suggested twist mentioned in the blog, which was to use a non-traditional set to make a Christmas card. This just stuck with me until I was driven to try something.

Rooted in Nature is absolutely my favourite set in the Annual Catalogue and the skeleton leaves are my favourite within it. So I had in mind that they might circle together to make an acceptable poinsettia  - which turned out to be true.  The motif from Detailed with Love is also acceptably snowflake-ish!


There's a copper foil mat under the main panel, picked up with the copper ribbon trim with a touch of gold from the faceted gems.


It still seems early to be thinking of Christmas cards -  but this was a good entree to the season!


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5 comments:

  1. Love it Jan! This is a perfect example of a twist, well done! Thanks for sharing at Just Add Ink.

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  2. Love it Jan! This is a really pretty card - and a great way to use this stamp set. Chantell Just Add Ink

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  3. This is so clever, Jan! Until I read carefully, I just assumed you had used the Stylish Christmas set. I love the copper touches as well! Lovely!

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  4. Just had to comment when I saw your card ... it's such a genius idea to make a poinsettia from a skeleton leaf stamp ... wonderful! Steph x

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  5. Love this Jan - a clever twist indeed to use your leaves to make these pretty poinsettias! Love the addition of the sparkly centres too for some festive bling.

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