Oct 9, 2011

Bee happy

Happy Sunday!

I made this card for a Penny Black contest from the official Penny Black blog for World Card making Day on October 1st. Forgot to post it to my blog and just noticed I haven't posted for a few days now.

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For this card I used the stamp "Bee happy" by Penny black. Colored with derwent coloursoft pencils and blended with baby oil. Hedgies face was colored with copics.

The papers are from my stash. I am so proud of myself I have been really good using up papers I have. But need to get to a scrapbook store soon because I am in desperate need of new christmas and winter papers. Wish we had something better than Joann's in town.

I embellished with a couple of punched out flowers and buttons, ribbon, glitter and sewed the edges.

And that is about all for today. Thank you so much for stopping by! Oh, and just a reminder if you haven't hopped along in the Wee Stamps for Whimsy Stamps bloghop, you have until Tuesday to do so for a chance at some amazing prizes! Click on this link to find out how to participate.

Have a great day!

6 comments:

  1. Hiya Ellie hope you are ok, this is one fantastic card, super colours and design I am so loving the flowers with their button centres and that image awwww.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  2. Fantastic card, love the stripes and the colours are great :o)
    Jackie xx

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  3. oh gosh hun this is one really beautiful card love the colors,and that cute image,love hugs cheryl x

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  4. Awww, this is so cute! I love the papers and flowers.

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