Feb 2, 2014

Penny Black and More - February Challenge

Hello and happy Sunday to you all!

We have a new challenge for you over at Penny Black and More. I hope you'll play along. As always we have some fabulous prizes up for grabs, so don't miss your chance to win one of them!
You don't have to use a Penny Black stamp to play along, as long as it is a stamped image (not a digistamp) you can play along. Or if you have some Penny Black stickeroos, those would be perfect too. 

We have a nice and easy challenge this time around

Make it sparkle.


Here is what I made using a super sweet hedgie stamp from Penny Black "Asking the flowers". 


I don't know why, but it took me forever to finish this card, because I had trouble deciding where to place the sentiment. You'd think with this sketch (that I do love and use a lot) it wouldn't take so long, but then the sentiment was smaller than what I first had in mind, and so I spent a long time deciding where to add it. But at least I like the final results. 

Image has been colored using copic markers.

 
To play along with us at Penny Black and More today simply click the logo below. 

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Have a fabulous day everyone, and stay warm!!
We got snowed in again yesterday and of course the temperature dropped again. Plus more snow for Tuesday - this really does seem like the never ending winter. But the good news is, there are only 4 more weeks until March!!!



Products used:
Stamps: Asking the flowers (Penny Black), Everyday Moments (Whimsy Stamps SCDesigns)
Papers: Prima designer paper, SU, copic blending card, recollections 110 lb
Embellishments: butterflies, glitter, pearls, twine
Tools: circle nesties, butterfly punch (MS)

14 comments:

  1. Happy Sunday to you as well Ellie and you card is also such a happy one.

    As usual beautiful stitching and the image and colours remind me of a lovely Summers day.

    B x

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  2. This is too precious. So love the butterflies and the twine.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  3. oh I do wish I could get my colouring to "pop" like yours Ellie, its gorgeous and lovely sparkles too.
    Lynn x

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  4. Hi Ellie,
    so stunning colouring again, love the hedgie and beautiful sparkle.
    We got more snow today too, just dreaming of spring;-))m

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  5. What a pretty Design, thank you for joining us over at Suzy Bee's Bloomin Challenge, we would love you to come back next week and join us for another fab challenge...
    Hugs
    Suzy B ~ Owner ~Suzy Bee's Bloomin Challenge
    XX

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous hun, i so love the design and colours too, luv Sam x

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  7. Oh how cute! So beautifully coloured, I love the sparkle and the layout and as always, your stitching. I almost always struggle with sentiments so I rarely use them on my cards. this card is a good reminder that spring is just around the corner and I can't wait. We've never had so much snow!

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  8. This is gorgeous Ellie, I like the image and the design.
    Kevin xx

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  9. Iv'e fell in love with this card Ellie. The cute PB hedgie with all those daisies
    certainly brightens up a dull day. It brought a smile to my face.I wish I knew how to get my sparkly bits to show up like you have. I never seem to be able to catch them on my photo's.

    Shirley

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  10. Thanks for sharing your lovely card for Suzy Bee's Bloomin' challenge 14: flowers - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

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  11. Wonderful pretty creation, fabulous image and perfect details.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  12. I just saw this on FB and thought it was so cute! Love the layout and glittered butterflies.

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  13. Beautiful card Ellie, love that stamp and your colours are lovely x Susan x

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  14. Cute!...Thanks for playing along at Suzy Bee's Bloomin Challenge 14: flowers - hope to see you again soon, Monica, DT

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