Apr 18, 2017

More Spring Things for Penny Black and More

Time for a little more spring inspiration for the Penny Black and More challenge reminder today! Our theme is "Spring" so come join us and share your spring creations for a chance to win one of the wonderful prizes. Remember you don't have to use a Penny Black stamp, any make goes, just no digis.
I heat embossed the image (What a Spring by Penny Black) on Bristol Vellum card stock and then watercolored using Zig Clean Color. The edges were inked using Stampin Up Bashful Blue ink (sadly I think it's retired), and I sewed the edges using my Janome sewing machine. Sentiment is also an old one from Penny Black. I used bashful blue gingham ribbon (also from SU- retired) as an embellishment.
Some Wink of Stella was applied to the tulips and butterflies and I adhered it to a green card base. Designer paper is from my stash.

A little close up below...
I am playing along here: 
Penny Black Saturday Challenge - Spring or Easter
Crafty Calendar - April showers/ or Spring
Crafty Friends Challenge - Animals or Birds
 Inkspirational -Spring
Creative Corner -Farm Friends 
 
Thanks so much for visiting! I hope you're all having a wonderful and sunny day. We had a really nice Easter weekend and are still enjoying some sunshine :)

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful design and sweet colours, really cute card;-))m

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  2. Very sweet image and lovely colours, really lovely card.

    Kath x

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  3. awww, this is so cute ellie! the image is adorable and i love your watercolouring. as always, your stitching is perfect, but i have to use my MFT stitched dies. :)

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  4. So pretty Ellie, everything about it from the image to colours say Spring to me.

    B x

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  5. Too pretty! I always love the unique ways you add your sentiments!

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  6. A gorgeous card Ellie full of the fun of easter and spring.

    Shirley

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  7. I love your card Ellie. It is so bright and cheerful and your colouring is perfect.

    Shirley

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