Sunday, 16 October 2016

INKspired Blog Hop #43

Welcome to or 43rd INKspired Blog Hop. I hope you've had a wonderful weekend filled with fun, family and friendship.

You may have hopped here from seeing Nicole's amazing card. If that's the case - you're in the right spot and thanks for hopping on to me. 

Here is this week's sketch ... a nice, easy one to use.

This week, I've decided to use the KISS principle. I love intricate cards with lots of beautiful detail and textures, but I don't often have time to create them, so here is a clean and simple card that was really quick and easy to make. 


The card base is Sweet Sugarplum and the banner is Emerald Envy. The DSP I have selected as the background is from the Playful Palette DSP Stack. This DSP wasn't on my radar at first, but every time I use it, I end up loving the result. The stamp set is Marquee Messages, which I've found to be great for teen cards that pop. 

Next in the hop is the lovely and super talented Lisa ... I can't wait to see what she has created for us. 


Thanks for hopping by,  I hope to see you again next time.



Lissa x

13 comments:

  1. Same here, this DSP wasn't one that drew me in but I loooove it now. This card is awesome & you're right that stampset has teen written all over it! xo

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  2. Great colours! Your card is so modern and fresh - teen is right! I looks like something out of a designer magazine! The Sweet Sugarplum is so pretty, I really should give it more attention!

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  3. Adore this! You have reminded me how much I like this paper stack. I am a fan of Kis also.

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  4. I'm for keep it simple to Lissa, great colour combo

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  5. Love your card Lissa and now you are making me look at this stampset more - looks great the words do on your card.

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  9. Lovely card and colour combination Lissa!

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