Friday, April 10, 2020

Just Add Ink #500...Blog Hop!

Happy Easter everyone!

We have a fabulous milestone to celebrate at Just Add Ink this week, we have reached our 500th challenge.
This is such a wonderful achievement from all of our design team members, past and present and not to mention all of our lovely challenge participants over the last 10yrs. Without you, we wouldn't have a challenge to create for.

I am so grateful to have been a part of this team as a design team member since March 2011 and a challenge participant prior to that for some time...It has given me so many treasured friends and beautiful friendships, as well as the perfect creative outlet!

Jan has set the challenge criteria for this week and as long as our projects contain a die cut word, we met the challenge brief! This is fun and simple and can be for any occasion!

I have used the super cute Lovely Ladybug bundle from SAB for my project, adding layers, texture and brightly coloured bugs!

If you are happily hopping, you would have landed here from my lovely friend Tina and her great project!

Next up is the creative and talented Jo and her lovely project!

Thanks for stopping by & Happy Hopping!
All supplies used are Stampin Up!


  1. Great milestone and a lovely creation. Wow!

  2. Your card is soooo cute Nikki, the bright pink and green with the black and white is so eyecatching.... Congrats to you and JAI team on a 500 wonderful challenges - huge effort, stay safe Robyn

  3. This is adorable Nikki! Congrats on 500 challenges :) Hope you are having a wonderful Easter xx

  4. super cute card 500 happy birthdays ! Thank you for sharing xx ill hop on x

  5. Oh, those Ladybugs look sooo adorable!! Love the fun embossed texture on your card too! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration and congrats on the 500!

  6. Beautiful Nikki! Love the texture from the embossing and the gold glimmer - those ladybirds are so sweet. Congratulations too on the 500th JAI challenge!

  7. Your card is so adorable! I'm going to miss those cute little ladybugs.