Mar 3, 2013

Penny Black and More - March Challenge


Good morning and happy Sunday! Hope you had a wonderful weekend so far and some fun things planned for today too!

If you're up to creating a card why not join us in the brand new March Challenge at Penny Black and More. Our theme for the month of March is "One for the boys". No need to use a Penny Black stamp to play along, you may use any make of rubber or clear stamp to create your card. 

To make my card I used the stamp "Lazy Days" from Penny Black. I thought this stamp would work really well for a masculine card. 

 
I colored the image with my pencils. For my sentiment I used a stamp from Whimsy Stamps set Summer Oval Letter Seals and I used the matching "Fun in the Sun" oval die to cut it out, but I cut away the palm tree and sun which are part of the die. Papers are from My Minds Eye, and I embellished with some twine and a button.
Oh, and I also used a stamp from the set Lavish Flourishes around the image.  

 I hope you'll play along with us this month. We have some fabulous prizes up for grabs from Penny Black, Pretty Little Ribbons, and Crimson Cloud.
Plus, starting this  month, we will be selecting Guest Designers from every entry as a special prize.

Thanks again for visiting!

7 comments:

  1. A perfectly structured card as always Ellie and you know how much I always admire your superb stitching.

    Hope you have a good Sunday.

    B x

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Ellie
    Fab creation, lovely colours, the image is great and lovely colouring too.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

    ReplyDelete
  3. hi ellie, this is so adorable! i love your colouring and layout with those papers and button.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Perfect for a male card, I love the layout and beautifully coloured.
    Lynn x

    ReplyDelete
  5. hi Ellie,
    love this cute image and your design is fabulous;-))m

    ReplyDelete
  6. I am loving the look you get with your pencils. Beautiful.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for visiting. As always I love reading your comments and creative criticism.
Before leaving a comment please note:

This is a public blog, meaning any comments left on this blog will be visible by third parties and 3rd parties may be able to access your blog from the comment left here. No content from this blog will be republished by me, but I am not responsible for republished content by 3rd parties.
(This was posted to be in compliance with the GDPR regulations.)