Mar 8, 2010

Just Add Ink Challenge #7

Hi Everyone,

Two posts in 1 day.. Wow! But at least this time I'm posting a pic of a card for the Just Add Ink Challenge and not more of my rambling!

This week is week 7 and we have been set a colour challenge by the powers that be with the colours:

And this is my card:

Firstly, I have to confess, in my excitement (read overwhelming need to clear my scrap stash), I picked out Gable Green cardstock instead of Green Galore - wasn't that silly! Anyway, it has been stamped with Green Galore flowers so hopefully that'll make up for my error!

Now, for some reason, my camera added a black splodgy mark on the bunny in this next photo- its not there in real life! But it does show the layering detail. The Bunny is a limited release from the Summer Mini Catty (he's only $13.95 - BARGAIN!) and he's been stamped with So Saffron ink and layered upon dimensionals onto the white oval over the top of a 2nd stamped bunny. I also added a scalloped border with some So Saffron card (click here for the instructions).

Oh and the sentiment says "everybody's favourite" which I think is very appropriate at Easter time with all these bunnies and chocolate around!

Materials Used:
Stamps: "Chocolate Bunny" (Summer Mini 2009-2010); "One of a Kind" (pg 95 of IBC) "Cute Converse" (Retired)
Cardstock: So Saffron, Pink Passion, Tempting Turquoise & Green Galore
Ink: So Saffron, Green Galore
Other: Scallop Border Punch, So Saffron Ribbon (2009 bonus), Dimensionals, Sponge Daubers

Thanks for looking,


  1. You've certainly made great use of the colours and an extra green! I've done that before in a challenge and realised after I had posted it! Nobody seemed to notice! Lovely card.

  2. Oh how funny Richelle .... I have done the same thing (used the wrong green) ..... but I love your use of this bunny, he looks great, and everyone looooves choc bunnies at Easter!!!

  3. lol... I do that all the time! It's still a gorgeous card! Off to have a look at your next one... :-)


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