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Just Add Ink Challenge # 9 - Sketch

Vintage Bird


It's time for another challenge at Just Add Ink. This week it's a sketch challenge (my favourite sort) and I couldn't resist using the new goodies that arrived in my pre-order.



This Week's Sketch


Here are the Deets:
Stamps: Very Vintage Wheel, Vintage Vogue (release date, 1st April)
Ink: Sahara Sand, Perfect Plum
Cardstock: Kraft, Perfect Plum, Pale Plum
Accessories: Vintage Brads, Soft Subtle Buttons (retired), Dimensionals, Kraft Taffeta Ribbon
XL Two-Step Bird Punch (release date, 1st April), Eyelet Border and Corner Rounder Punches, Stamping Sponges, Distressing Tool from the Cutter Kit

Have a lovely weekend. I'm off to the Bear Fair at the Launceston Country Club Casino with my mum!

Bronwyn
:)


Comments

Paula Dobson said…
Oh, I love this vintage look to your card. Mind you, I love all your cards! I am waiting on this set (hopefully will get it today)and might have to case this gorgeous card!
AMAZING!!! WONDERFUL!!! STUNNING!! I LOVE THIS BRON!!! Ohhh I'm hoping my goodies will arrive today! One of my favourtie cards you've done, right up there with the spinner card!!
Smiles and hugs SHArnee :0)
Angie Brown said…
Such a pretty card thank you for sharing :)
Christine Blain said…
Be still my beating heart! This is TOO beautiful, Bron! I love the colours you've used, and adore the little bird punch. Love everything about this card; it is stunning.
Claire Harrison said…
Bron, this is stunning! I love the style and the colours, everything works, definitely inspiring. I hope I have time to play this weekend.

Claire
xx
Anonymous said…
I'm pleased I didn't wear out your birdie punch. Beautiful card, Amanda xx
Anonymous said…
WOW, Ican't wait until I (not a SU demo) can purchase the new release goodies!!!! This card leaves me speechless it' so beautiful. I love everything about it Thanks for sharing. Cheers Donna Zammit
Jodene said…
Wow, this card is absolutely stunning Bronwyn. I didn't order the bird punch yet, but I will for sure now :)
Sam said…
The attention to detail in this card is fantastic Bronwyn. It looks fabulous!

:-)
Sam.
Jo Armstrong said…
This is just lovely! I really adore the colour combination you rhave used... I will be on the hunt for sahara sand!
This is soooooooooo beautiful I love the emboss resist and the colour combination is just so gorgeous
well done!
Hello Bron! Thanks for stopping by my blog and taking the time to say hi! I use a lot of white on my cards ... but I gotta say ... this non-white card is absolutely stunning. A totally different "vintage" type feel and the detail is just gorgeous! Hugs, xxxAndreaxxx

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