Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Just Add Ink #107 - Just Add Nikki!!!

This week's challenge at JAI is one I just couldn't miss out on, CASEing the beautiful work of Design Team member, Nikki Spencer.  The very first piece of Nikki's work I came across blew me away, with her striking colour combo, & I've been a stalker ever since, lol!

For my entry, I've used the colours from that very first "introduction" & a very beautiful Christmas card of Nikki's, (which I was very excited to receive).  Here's my card:-


You can check out all the other entries & the rest of the JAI Team's take on Nikki's style here, & you can see more of Nikki's fantastic work here.

Card Components:  (SU except as noted)
Cardstock:  Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Peach Parfait, Whisper White
Inks:  Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Peach Parfait
Stamps:  Inspired by Nature
Other:  Early Espresso Satin Ribbon, Finial Press Embossing Folder
Non SU:  Circle Dies, PTI Sentiment Stamp

10 comments:

Bronwyn Eastley said...

What a gorgeous piece of art.

Christine Blain said...

Helen, you have created such a beautiful, serene, scene; the colours you were inspired by Nikki to use are GORGEOUS together. Love your CASE (it was a tall order this week, wasn't it?!).

Narelle Farrugia said...

Wow Helen - your card is so pretty and the scene you've created is so soft and calming. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week. Narelle

Jodene said...

Wow, this is stunning Helen! I love that it could be adapted to so many occasions too. Thanks for playing along at JAI this week :)

Nikki Spencer said...

This is beautiful! It is so soft & serene and your sponging is so perfect....love it!
Thanks for finding the time to play Helen.

Delys said...

wow Helen this is gorgeous! Lovely sponging too.

Mae Collins said...

WOW what a gorgeous card. I love the colours and the peaceful scene you have created. Thanks for joining in our challenge this week to CASE the talented Nikki Spencer at Just Add Ink.

Lynne Armstrong said...

This is simply stunning Helen. Love the colour combo. You've achieved a beautifully warm, yet serene scene...quite an achievement as serene usually equates to cooler colour palettes...brilliant work as always :)
Hugs xx

Unknown said...

Helen, I've just discovered your blog from a post on Pinterest with this gorgeous "Thinking of You" card. I've created an RSS feed for your posts, now, and will look forward to your creations. Anita Ritchie

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Soft and gorgeous ... love the colours! Hugs xxx