Friday, July 29, 2011

Just Add Ink #78 - Colour Challenge

It's a Colour Challenge again at Just Add Ink this week, I branched out from my usual card-entry and made something a little different! I needed a gift-card holder for a birthday, so I whipped up one of Lauren Meaders "Cash Or Charge" little creations!
As you can see, the blue tab at the top pulls up which pulls out a sheet with the giftcard adhered to it. (I have propped this giftcard holder up for the photo - it doesn't stand by itself). It is 11cm wide and 8cm high. (I was going to add link to where you can purchase this template, but blogger is playing up again and won't let me hyperlink or anything!!!)

cardstock: sahara sand, certainy celery
ink: chocolate chip, night of navy, certainly celery
chocolate chip DSP, sponge dauber, twine, tag punch, round tab extra-large
stamps: in the stars, happy memories

Friday, July 15, 2011

Just Add Ink #76 - Inspiration Photo

It's been a few months since I've designed for Just Add Ink.....but I'm so happy to be back! Yah!!!
I have enjoyed my little break, keeping busy with studying and the usual mummy stuff but I am so looking forward to dusting off my sets and reinking them again!

For my first week back on duty, we have an Inspiration Photo challenge....and what a glorious pic it is! Who wouldn't want to be there right now, instead of shivering away in the middle of our winter! I know I would almost give anything to be waking up to this view!

My card didn't end up as bright as I wanted - as I could only use the re-inkers that I had.
To create the background, I used GLOSSY CARD, ISOCOL and RE-INKERS.
Step #1: In a small container, I mixed Isocol and a few drops of re-inker.
Step #2: Using a cotton wool ball, I soaked one in the coloured isocol and rubbed it over the glossy to obtain the look I wanted. I waited a min or two and then went over it a few times. Step #3: I then added a few more drops to darken Isocol and use that over the top of what I had already put on the glossy. I would've loved more colours to create more depth.
Step #4: I suggest you wait until the isocol has completely dried before stamping using Stazon on. Of course I couldn't wait and when the Stazon stamped it did tend to blur a little!

stamps: SU elements of style, verve sentiment
cardstock: basic black, silver, glossy white
ink: black stazon, baja breeze re-inker, blue bayou re-inker and kiwi kiss re-inker
hodgepodge hardware, black velvet ribbon, dimensionals

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Hey Jude

OMG how cute is this!!!!!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Talking Twin Babies - PART 2 - OFFICIAL VIDEO

This just cracks me up!!! It makes me smile so I wanted to share it with you too!
x Tania

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