Friday, October 19, 2012

Just Add Ink #140.....

It's time again for a new Challenge over at Just Add Ink and this weeks challenge was provided by Trish.
We want you to just add "CHEVRONS" easy is that? The amount you add is entirely up to you, some of the DT have used multiples of different colours, sizes, some have embossed and in my case l kept it to a minimum with "Diecut" sparkly Chevrons.

I decided to put my Chevrons to use on a Christmas card, in the hope of building my stash and getting the jump on panic creating as the silly season fast approaches...:0)
"Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your day"
Island Indigo-Pool Party-Whisper White & Silver Glimmer Paper & Cardstocks
Island Indigo Ink & Ruffled Ribbon
Polka Dots Embossing Folder-Basic Pearls
Tasteful Trim Die & Holiday Collection Framelits
Greetings of the Season Stamp set


  1. Hi Nikki what a stylish card you have created love it very classy
    Jacki xx

  2. Nikki this xmas card is stunning! I love the sparkly chevrons - just the right amount of bling :)

  3. Oh, Nikki, I love these trees! I'm thinking maybe I ought to get these Framelits after all. I've missed you, my friend.

  4. Totally adorable Christmas card, Nikki!! I love the little die-cut trees, and your use of glimmer paper - striking.

  5. Your sparkly chevrons really add a special zing to this lovely Christmas card Nikki. Love that extra little touch of the pearls too :)xxx

  6. Love your Christmas trees! Love your card Nikki, and I hope your Dad is doing much better this week sweetie xx

  7. Love your card, Nikki. This a great colour combo and I love the pearl and bow details on the trees and of course, the sparkles!

  8. This is such a pretty card Nikki. I actually haven't bought any of the glimmer paper but with this card you've made me think I really, truly need it! Just gorgeous!

  9. LOVE this gorgeous Christmas card Nikki! So elegant and stylish and a great combination of colours.

  10. Love how the zigzaggy trees echo all those fabulous chevrons & the simple, die-cut but non-stamped trees are awesome. Oh, & the colours are just divine too! :)