Hello Get Inky! fans! It's me, Ann, from the blog Annmakes and the G.I Design Team here with a bit of inspiration for you and the ongoing challenge over at the Get Inky! stamps challenge blog. this week we are challenging everyone to make a project with the theme of "Newspapers and or Yellow Pages". How fun is that? So here is my sample:
Stamp used "Beary Special cupcake", available here.
Jamie here from Capture-Your-Memories! Sorry about that late post! Internet has been wonky all day! This is my card that is inspired by old newspaper! As you see, there is no newspaper, but there is a music book from the 1920's! Close enough, right? I did a video on this like I normally do, I want you to see the whole process of my design.
I used this digi paper for another challenge this week and when I was looking at my "sample" paper (a page with all the papers in 1.5" squares), it reminded me of how newspapers uses different dot patterns to come up with certain colors for cartoons . . . and the yellow with red pin dots reminded me of "Batman & Robin". You know, the old 1950s or 1960s version? Well, keeping that in mind and the fact that I had a lot of "strips" leftover from my other card this week, I decided to do another card using them along with Get Inky!'s "Moon & Stars" stamp set. Here's how it turned out:
Hi, Judy here. My turn to bring you some inspiration for this week's challenge at Get Inky! Challenge Blog. The theme of this challenge is to add some handmade flowers to your project. Lots of room to be creative with this challenge. Here is my card:
My card features a sympathy sentiment digital stamp by Get Inky Stamps . You can find the stamp here. To frame my card I used the Gold Majesty Circles Dies by Spellbinders. Distress ink was used to ink the edges of the frame and some glitter on the hearts. The stamp is just perfect to show your sympathy to someone who is suffering a loss. Here is a view of the stamp close up.
My flowers were made with a Martha Stewart Hydrangea punch. I cut them out of white card stock. I scrunched up the flower to give them some shape then layered them and coloured them with ink and glitter. To complete my card I added some bling from my stash.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you like my card. Check out Get Inky Stamps sentiment stamps. They have some wonderful designs.. Hope to see you join us this week for Get Inky! "Handmade Flowers" challenge. Come back soon for some more inspiration.
This one is using a handmade flower!
We want to see you create a flower with your own two hands! You can use punches, dies, your cameo, or even scissors! Get inky, get messy, and make something beautiful!
For the flower, I made it with coffee filters! I also used the Stampin' Up Dot Embossing plate, kraft paper, and Distress inks.
To learn how to make a coffee filter flower, watch the video below!
To then watch the process of me making the card, watch this video below!
I used the Joyful Jars Stamp set that can be purchased here.
Hey there Inky friends! Are you ready for a peek at one of next months digis that will be sent out to our club members? If you aren't a member, you may join by visiting our shop and clicking on Inky Moonbeams. Or, wait until March, and this cutie will be available to the public for $3.49!
I'm on the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team, and each month I need to create a card using a certain theme for the month. This months theme is black and white or...
a PENGUIN on your card. This theme inspired me to create a penguin. While in Copics Class, my mind drifted off and I doodled this cutie. (Luckily I had already taken the standard certification class so I wasn't missing anything I hadn't already learned.) Yesterday, I finally turned him into a digi, and here he is above with one of this months digis (the heart has the word love written in many different languages).
If you'd like to see what I do with him next, please visit the Crafty Card Gallery Blog on January 26th, when I will host the post for the day!
Well... here is my inspiration card for Get Inky's 'Quilt Inspired' Challenge...
I used faux stitching and lots of paper scraps to make the 'patches'. I just cut shapes to fit the parts of the bunny! The two digi stamps I used ('Have a Hippity Hoppity Birthday!' and 'Backside Bunny') are from Blue Moon Creations
I wanted to take this time and share with you my card that is quilt inspired! Now, I am not one for quilting nor am I even good with a sewing machine. But I pulled that bad boy out and tackled (not skillfully) this card! I basically used cotton ball and stuffed each "puff" on the card, I then sewed around the edges of the "puffs".
After I was able to finalize the sewing, (which took way longer than expected!) I simply wrapped the card with my jute twine, inked the card with Vintage Photo ink from Ranger/Tim Holtz. Once I inked it I realized it kind of made the card look camouflage, which was a pleasant surprise! I then stamped the squares from the Get Inky! Set, that can be found here(it is a sneak peek!). The Winter Wishes sentiment was then doubled stamped with the Fiskars Winter Wishes set, it was inked with both Vintage photo, then Black Soot by Tim Holtz/Ranger.
I hope this inspires you to pull your sewing machine out, and use it for something other than mending holes in clothing, or collecting dust. :) Don't forget to stop by the Challenge Blog to Get Inky! with us!
It is a good way to use several of the smaller stamps that come in a set. For more information please visit my blog: http//annmakes.blogspot.com. Now go check out our challenge blog and inspire us with your own Quilty projects.
Happy Friday!! Welcome to our Get Inky! Challenge featuring a quilt inspired challenge. I found some inspiration on my couch from a home made quilt. This challenge will allow you to incorporate quilting into your creations.
Pop on over to the challenge blog and submit your creation!
Inspiration for this card was found laying on my couch!
Supplies used for this card:
Bow and "Thank you" Stamp from Blue Moon Creations "Joyful Jar Drinks" Click here to see the stamps.
Judy here, I am one of the new guest designer for the Get Inky team. I am excited to be here.
Right now, we have a super fun challenge going on over at Get Inky! Challenge and I am here to give you some inspiration. The challenge is to use 14 embellishments in your project. This is our first challenge of 2014 and our New Years post. I have created this New Years Eve party invitation and with party accessories. ..
For this project, I used a digital image from Get Inky! Stamps called Hap Bee New Years and used a New Years hat, wine glass and a black paper from my stash. To colour my bee I used my Copics (Y38, Y17 and Y6 ). I used a stencil from my stash and with a yellow PanPastels to create the background of my invitation and a black sharpie to frame the image. The "You're invited" was done with my computer. To complete the card I cut out of yellow glitter paper the stars with a Nestibilities die cut and the 2014 date with an alphabet die cut set from my stash.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoy this project. Get inky Stamps has several other stamps sets that you could for other celebrations such as a birthday party. Check out their stamps here.
There is still time to join in the current challenge. I hope to see you again soon at Get Inky! Challenge. Have a creative day!!
Good Evening! This is for our Get Inky! Challenge featuring 14 embellishments! It is easier than you would think! The "Hap-Bee New Year" digital stamp bee just inspired me to use some super cute papers I been saving! To purchase this awesome digi click HERE! So this is my little bee!
I used multiple of the same embellishments. This is a 3"x4" card, so 14 different embellishments would be extremely busy! 1. Awesome Digi click HERE 2. Four Jewels 3. Four Flower Punch Outs. 4. Two Paper Borders 5. Two Different Stickles, Gold and Red 6. Watercolor Pencils
Hey there Inky pals! What's the BUZZ? We have a new challenge up over on our Challenge Blog, so click on that link up there on the side under links that says "Challenge Blog" to check it out. We'd love it if you did, but we'd love it EVEN more if you joined us!
With a New Year upon us, we have new things going on here at Get Inky. Lots of changes taking place that we know you will LOVE! Love is the theme for this months digi release for our club members. Our members received 3 digital images that they can use just in time for Valentine's Day. If you don't want to wait until next month for these, click on the SHOP link at the top along the side under links. That will take you to our website. Click on the Inky Moonbeams Club link and then sign up with PayPal! For only 99 cents each month for your first two months, you can see what awaits you as a club member AND get some fun NEW images!
Our design team has been quite eager to get started designing for you. Some you may recognize and some are new to the Get Inky team. We are all so excited to get started, so let's introduce them now:
Beth - Ann - Crystal - Jamie - Judy- Kathy - Susan- Lyne (Part Time Designer) - Sue B. (Part Time Designer) - YOU (Yes, you! Want to be a guest designer? Click on pages and read how to become a Guest Designer for us!)
We look forward to this crafting adventure with you and hope we can inspire you along the way! Stay tuned...tomorrow the design team will start to dazzle you with their creations!