Friday, July 2, 2010

Just Add Ink #24 - Layout - Twilight Inspired

Changes at Just Add Ink! We now have some exciting news!! NEW TEAM MEMBERS! Not one, not two but EIGHT new members!!!! If you haven't already, go congratulate them on this really exciting new adventure they are about to start! You will find their blogs and details at Just Add Ink.

The layout this week gave me mixed minute I'm thinking "easy-peasy" then next I'm thinking "Uh-oh".....I had a great idea for 2 weeks and when I attempted to create it I had so much trouble and gave up (well put it in the too-hard-basket for now!).

I decided I haven't used my beloved Baroque for a while, so dusted him off and brought him back into the daylight. Oh how I love you Baroque Motifs!

Below is a close up of the rose AND I have exciting news of my own, I managed to spend a whole day working on my very 1st Tutorial (of the rose) and would love it if you could check it out
here and the come back and tell me what you think of it!

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stamps: baroque motits, best yet, en francais (thanks Bronwyn!)
ink: night of navy, basic gray, rich razzleberry
cardstock: night of navy, baja breeze, rich razzleberry
crystal effects, dazzling diamonds, sponge daubers, glossy white, sizzlits die - tiny leaves


  1. Absolutely beautiful, a stunning card! Great tutorial too!

  2. Love the card .... great tutorial .... thank you for sharing, can't wait to view more and more!!!

  3. Love this sooo much. Will be featured on my of my future cards, I can tell ya!! Thanks for sharing Tania!

  4. This card is stunning. The rose is beautiful

  5. Hi Tania - I love that your beautiful card is Twilight inspired - very moody and romantic... Go team Jacob!
    And your tutorial was fantastic! I can't wait to hit my craft room today and try a new rose or two
    Jan x

  6. Hi Tania,
    how gorgeously vintage (and Twilighty). The rose is spectacular!!

  7. Tania,

    I saw your card on Just Add Ink & mentioned to my DD that it reminded me of Twilight! You've captured it perfectly.

    I've just struggled to make a bookmark for her to read Eclipse with and it turned out OK but your card is soooo much better!!! I will have to case and give to her as a congrats card when she's finished this book.

    Love the tutorial and will be making roses very soon.

    Funnily enough, you've used 3 sets that are among my favs

  8. I do do do Love this card. Its fantastic. the rose is to die for! gorgeous!

  9. This is just stunning!! And thank you for the tuturial, will definately give it a go :)

  10. Gorgeous card, right up my alley! Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial too = lovely clear photos and easy to follow instructions. Looking forward to giving it a go.

  11. Hi Tania... your card is absolutely beautiful... thanks for your lovely comment... Tracy

  12. Oh! I can't believe I didn't leave a comment last week on my most favourite card of yours! This one is to die for and your tutorial rocks!

  13. Oopsie - I'm in the same boat as Bron! My mouth dropped open when I saw your card, Tania - and I cannot BELIEVE I hadn't commented on your blog!! Sorry!! I love the colours you've used in this, and adore the crumpled and distressed main panel. Beautiful, dramatic card!!

  14. Absolutely lovely and your tutorial was great.

  15. Wonderful! Love your rose card and tutorial is outstanding. Thanks a lot!


Really love reading your comments - thanks for taking the time! Tania

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