Dec 18, 2015

Penny Black and More - Midmonth Creation

Good Morning and Happy Friday!
It's been a pretty busy December, but I did manage to create a card for this month's midmonth creation for the Penny Black and More challenge. Still time to come join us for some great prizes. Our theme is easy too, anything goes with stamping.
I made an "all occasion" shadow box card. The beautiful flowers are from the set blooming garden. They were colored with copic markers and a sepia pencil for more shadows. The beautiful sentiment is also from Penny Black, and I currently have it available brand new in my Etsy shop


Below is a top view.  

Instructions on how to make this type of card can be found here on SplitcoastStampers.

Thanks so much for visiting. Hope you're having a wonderful weekend with some fun Holiday activities planned. We're going to see a Christmas ballet this evening where my daughter is part of the cast. So excited. Then hopefully we'll get to make some Christmas cookies on the weekend :-)

9 comments:

  1. A fabulous card Ellie. I love the bluey lilac shade of the card and the gorgeous flowers to match the theme.

    Shirley

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  2. Gorgeous! LOVING those flowers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. What a stunning card Ellie - love the shadow box technique, and you have made the most of it. The flowers are gorgeous with all the shading on them.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. How beautiful! Love the sentiment!

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  5. I adore your card Ellie, how could I not with my all time favourite Penny Black stamp.

    B x

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  6. Wow that is really beautiful!! I love the blue and the wonderful sentiment. The flowers and glittery edge are a beautiful way to frame it!

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  7. Love how you put the stamp into the shadow box - it looks stunning as do those lovely flowers.
    Merry Christmas
    Lynn

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  8. Gorgeous card Ellie!
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year;-))m

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  9. beautiful! i love the colours and the shape; i've never made one of those. merry christmas and happy 2016.

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