Friday, February 26, 2016

Just Add Ink #300...Sketch Celebration!

Happy Friday to you!...This week we have a fabulous milestone to celebrate at Just Add Ink . We are celebrating our "300th CHALLENGE"....Six years of fab challenges and very talented design team members....pretty cool hey!
To celebrate we are giving away 3 prizes to the Top Pick & Honorable Mentions...You can check out more information on the this weeks challenge post Here!

This week Kim has provided a fun sketch for us to play with.
I decided to go with a romantic theme for this one and created a card that could be used for a number of romantic occasions.
I've used Soft Sky and Whisper White, keeping to a softer colour palette and just a few hints of gold glimmer.
The watercolour background is from the Perpetual Calendar set, the scalloped heart is from the Hearts a Flutter Thinlits (retired) and the sweet blossoms are from the Hostess set Floral Wings.

Don't forget to pop over and be inspired by the fab inspiration from the rest of the design team.

Thanks for stopping by!
All supplies used are Stampin Up!


  1. Aww this is really pretty Nikki. I really love your idea of adding the water colour splotch behind the heart frame and the little flower clusters and gold heart confetti are just delightful! xxx

  2. I completely forget half the stamps I have - love that little background image, and don't think I've ever used it. Keep an eye out....

    Such a pretty, and soft card you've created, Nikki. I love the little gold glimmer hearts, they kind of pop against the soft blue and white. xx

  3. So pretty Nikki! I love the mix of water colour behind the heart and the sweet blossoms and touches of gold are so elegant! Xx

  4. So sweet & pretty, Nikki. Love the cluster of elements you've created. The splosh works so well to create a base for the other elements too. I even have it somewhere!

  5. SO gorgeous Nikki! Love the mix of elements! The watercolour wash background behind the heart is a fantastic addition to the card and I love the skattering of hearts and flowers. Such a soft colour combo and just gorgeous! Rochelle