Saturday, October 4, 2014

Leading Lady Jennifer Ingle | Take One

jennifer_ingle_oct2014

For World Card Making Day we have the pleasure and honor of introducing our October Leading Lady, Jennifer Ingle!  She's a truly magnificent person and crafter and we are so delighted to have her dazzle us Saturdays in October!  Let's see what Jennifer has crafted up for her debut as Leading Lady...

Hello, Winnie & Walter friends! To say I was excited when Shay and Julie asked me to be the Leading Lady is surely an understatement. I am absolutely THRILLED to be here with you!
I love this dress!!! #justme #sometimesifeelcute #selfie #ootd #nofilter
My name is Jennifer Ingle, known around the interwebs as Jingle. My blog is Just Jingle and I love sharing my crafty creations over there. I have been paper crafting since my college years, but the truth of it is, I have crafted my entire life. When I was little I would make fascinating creations from construction paper and sell them at my 'craft fair table' ... in my living room... to my parents. I made a ridiculous amount of money on those fairs, considering the number of shoppers. HA! For my first week I wanted to have some fun with some of my FAVORITE Winnie & Walter stamps, so I decided on WORD UP! theme for this week. Yup. It's all about the words for this one, folks!
Happy Hello
For my first card, I used words as my absolute focal point. This one is ALL about the words. I stamped Happy from The Big, The Bold, and The Happy three times in different colors and then added the Hello, taking it off to the other edge to draw the eye to it. I love how words are the star of the show for this fun card!
Thankful for You
Another great thing about the word stamps from Winnie & Walter is that you can totally use them in the background, as well. For this fall card I stamped the word 'autumn' in the background repeatedly in a very pale ink to add visual interest and texture to the design. I then stamped my tree and the sentiment right on top! I love how the background adds so much to this card.
Black and White Thanks
For my final card, I actually didn't use any stamps at all?! WHAT?! I know, right? I cut the 'thanks' using the The Big, The Bold, and You cut files and used the negative as a stencil to trace my sentiment onto the card. I then used one of the BRAND NEW stencils from Winnie & Walter (available later this month) to add some bold, black embossing paste stripes across my card panel. I am LOVING these stencils!!! This card shows how words can be used in, perhaps the most traditional method, as a fabulous, standout sentiment! And there you go, my friends! I hope you have enjoyed our little Word Play today! Go grab some of your The Big, The Bold stamp sets and make some magic happen!!!
Shay and Julie have GENEROUSLY provided a $30 Gift Card to one of my readers over on Just Jingle! To enter, simply comment on my Leading Lady posts over on Just Jingle throughout this month. I will be choosing a winner at the end of the month from ALL of my Leading Lady posts, so you have a few chances to enter!


w&w supplies:


30 comments:

  1. Great cards I just love the black and white stripes so bold and the gold adds the perfect accent :)
    Kate xx

    ReplyDelete
  2. CONGRATULATIONS on being Leading Lady Jennifer!!!
    ... I have to confess that I already know that you're a CRAFTING STAR!!!
    BOLD & BEAUTIFUL cards - LOVE the STRIKING designs of each one, I haven't used embossing paste or stencils before - NOW I'm thinking that I don't need any patterned papers, I can stamp & stencil everything I need :)
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. yay Jennifer.. so happy for her.. love all these gorgeous cards..

    ReplyDelete
  4. Fabulous cards ..loved them :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. Congrats, Leading Lady! I love the bright colors of your first card, they speak "happiness" to me just looking at it. And the bold stripes are awesome. In any color these would be a treasure, but in the black, they really POP. Thanks for inspiring us.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Love the cards. Especially the tree. Hugz

    ReplyDelete
  7. Great work Jen, always love your cards, Jo x

    ReplyDelete
  8. First....waving...Hi Jingles!! :D
    next...shut the front door! Stencils??!!!! WOOOHOOO! Can't wait to see the release!
    TFS your awesome inspiration with us girl!
    Happy WCMD!
    Dolly

    ReplyDelete
  9. Awesome cards..black strips one is my favorite !

    ReplyDelete
  10. Wonderful looking cards
    and I love the Thankful
    background card you
    created!
    Carla from Utah

    ReplyDelete
  11. Awesome. They picked a great leading lady!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Love these cards! Love Jennifer's stuff!

    ReplyDelete
  13. beautiful cards!! love the 3rd one more :)
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

    ReplyDelete
  14. Congratulations to Jennifer! Awesome cards!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Welcome Jingle! Amazing cards and thank you for showing us your cool creative techniques!

    ReplyDelete
  16. So exciting to see Jingle on your blog. She is an incredible card artist and I'm so looking forward to her posts this month!!

    ReplyDelete
  17. Always fun to see Jennifer's work!

    ReplyDelete
  18. FUN x 3! Love these cards & Jennifer's creations <3

    ReplyDelete
  19. Love your three cards! Thanks for the inspiration!

    ReplyDelete
  20. Hello Jingle, hostess with the mostess. Love your cards your outlined thanks and black paste stenciling is awesome.

    ReplyDelete
  21. So happy for you Jingle!! These stamps are perfect for you! That last card is a STUNNER! Oh my do I love that card.....wow!

    ReplyDelete
  22. Love the mint green & gold combination...great use of w&w products... TFS Jennifer!

    ReplyDelete
  23. Love all the cards!! But the third one is just stunning, great combination of colors!

    ReplyDelete
  24. Love those script words too! Love the different techniques as well!

    ReplyDelete
  25. I am usually not a fan of blk and white but I really like the thank you card the other cards are cute to.

    ReplyDelete
  26. What great and creative idea of using the negative cut to trace that word! Pretty cards!

    ReplyDelete

Your comments make Winnie's and Walter's tails wag in happiness.