This was the sketch for the challenge:
I love the way the circle is cut apart like that. The way it's laid out, one could either make a circle card or, as I chose to interpret the design, put a circle inside a square.
My base cardstock is Naturals Ivory because I want to give the design a bit of a vintage feel. On top of that I adhered a piece of the print pattern from Typeset Specialty Designer Series Paper which I had sponged around the border using Early Espresso ink. Along with that I also used Early Espresso cardstock, cut into a circle and then embossed with my Woodgrain embossing folder. Then I cut Very Vanilla cardstock into a circle and cut it apart as shown in the sketch. I laid out the pieces of Very Vanilla with a slight separation between the pieces and then stamped the whole using my World Map stamp and Pool Party ink.
Then I stamped the vintage camera image and world globe image from the Traveler stamp set onto Very Vanilla using my black Memento ink. The worst part was the fussy cutting for the images, but I wanted to attach them to the design using Dimensionals, so they had to be cut out. Then I used my Blendabilities and a touch of the Silver Stampin Dazzle marker to colour the images.
Finally, after assembling the pieces and attaching them to the card, I stamped the "adventure bound" from the Project Life Remember This stamp set on Very Vanilla using Early Espresso ink and cut that into a skinny banner. To finish the card off, I added one of the Essentials Wooden Elements arrows with a strip of Early Espresso Seam Binding tied around it.
For more cards using this design, visit the Just Add Ink Challenge Blog.