Inkspiration Sketch Challenge #31

Hey again!

There is a technique I haven’t tried yet, and I was reminded of it again a few days ago while visiting the Stampin’ Connections site! It’s the Scratch ‘n’ Sniff technique! Have you tried it before? I have been wanting to do this technique with the Tart ‘n’ Tangy Stamp Set. It suits perfectly and when I saw this weeks Sketch Challenge I knew exactly what I was going to do!

Check out the sketch

And this is my card

It is very simple, I know but ohhhhh…the smell! It smells so good! The mixture to create the Scratch ‘n’ Sniff is 1 spoon of sugar-free jelly crystals, or any other substance that you can use as a “smell”, like cinnamon, chocolate and coffee, with 1 1/2 spoons of clear embossing powder. So simple! Give it a go and see what else you can find to use as a “smell”.

  • Stamp Set– Tart ‘n’ Tangy, Enjoy Every Moment, Woodgrain BG
  • Cardstock– Kiwi Kiss, Riding Hood Red, Whisper White, Riding Hood Red DSP
  • Ink– Versa Mark, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss
  • Accessories– Jelly Crystals, Clear Embossing powder, Cutter Kit, Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy, Dimensionals

Now don’t forget the rest of the DT







I am off to Toowoomba tonight to sign on a new member to my team! So very exciting! Hope I get home at a decent time!!!  I can’t help but have fun with a fellow stamper! LOL! It is the perfect time to join with the current promotion of 20% off the Starter Kit! So it’s $259, but only til 31st July! Contact me today to find out more!

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Awesome UStamp Projects!

Hey everyone!

I thought I would pop in here today and show you all this gorgeous little Picnic Basket that Danielle Daws designed for the ‘Hey Big Shot’ session over at UStamp. This was my recreation.

I plan on placing sample jars of exotic jams inside and give them to the grandparents. Isn’t it just gorgeous?! Danielle has done a fabulous job don’t you think?! I cannot wait to create more of these!

If you would like to create cool projects like this one and heaps more, then head over to Dawn’s blog  to join UStamp.

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