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Just Add ... Amanda or Danielle for Challenge 58 at Just Add Ink

Just Add Ink #58


There's a special challenge on at Just Add Ink this week ... we are CASEing the very talented, Amanda Reddicliffe and Danielle Daws (Co-founders of the Just Add Ink Challenge Blog). It's our way of saying farewell and a huge big thank you to them both.

It's certainly an end of an era but the beginning of a new one as Delys Cram and I take over hosting this awesome site. We are blessed to work with a dedicated team of wonderful ladies who have become great friends.

Did you know we are looking for a new DT Member to join us? Applications close at midnight on Monday 7th March. You can read about it HERE. If you've thought ... "No way, not me!" ... think again and consider giving it a go. You might just surprise yourself!



CASEing Amanda
My inspiration for this card came from the Just Add Blue Submission
and from a more recent project that you can see here.


Project Details:
Stamp Set: Butterfly Prints
Ink: Marina Mist
Card Stock: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla
Accessories: Beautiful Butterflies Bigz Die, Antique Brad, Love Letter DSP, Victoria Crochet Trim, Stamping Sponges, Corner Rounder Punch
Non-SU: EK Success Punch, Felt



CASEing Danielle
This card was inspired by the Just Add Pink Submission
for Breast Cancer Awareness.


Project Details:
Stamp Sets: Sweet Summer (SAB), Pocket Silhouettes
Ink: Blushing Bride, Early Espresso
Card Stock: Blushing Bride, Early Espresso, Whisper White
Accessories: Pearls, 1 1/4" Circle Punch, Early Espresso Satin Ribbon, Blender Pen, White Gel Pen, Corner Rounder Punch

Hope you can join in the fun!

Comments

Paula Dobson said…
This is such a fun challenge and a really fitting way to say goodbye to the Girls. LOVE your Case's Bron ♥
Patti said…
Your cards are so lovely. I've just discovered your blog and have enjoyed looking through it. Your projects are great. For that reason, I have given you an award on my blog. I hope you can check it out.
http://whatareyouinking.blogspot.com
Anonymous said…
Lovely Cases Bron and yep it all went to plan!
wonderful cards and perfect choices to copy!!! Their styles are so fabulous and you've done a super job in true Bron style!!! COngrat's on doing it all right!!
Smiles SHarnee :)
Mae's Cachet said…
This has been a fabulous challenge and a fitting tribute to both Danielle and Amanda. Love the cards you chose to CASE and your results. All went well on the JAI post.
Danielle Daws said…
Wow, these are both awesome! It's such a special way to send us both off, and I've been quite teary reading all the posts (as you predicted!!). Thankyou so much. :-)
KimB said…
They're both gorgeous Bron, love the blue butterlies matched with the red polka dots and Danielles card just so soft and elegant! A fitting tribute indeed!
Kim
AmandaR said…
Beautiful CASEing Bron, thank you for the lovely send off too - I'm truly touched. xx Amanda
Jan Smith said…
A beautiful elegant card, done exactly the Danielle way. Lovely!

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