Jul 2, 2017

Penny Black and More - July Challenge

This week at Penny Black and More challenge we'd like to see you create something "For the Boys". This is always a little bit challenging for me, but I finally decided to go with a frog stickeroo.

A really simple card to make, I placed the stickeroo onto Neenah Solar Crest card stock,  used a circle die to cut it out and then adhered onto the chevron designer paper. Sentiment is from Whimsy Stamps retired set "Boy Talk". I decided to add some jute twine and tie a few knots around it and finished off with candy dots in matching colors. Super simple card and I think it's perfect for a boys birthday card.

And that would be it for today, hope you have a fantastic Sunday and if you're up for a challenge why not join us at Penny Black and More. As usual we have some great prizes to give away. You do not have to use a Penny Black stamp unless you'd like to be chosen as a future guest designer.
Thanks so much for visiting!


9 comments:

  1. That image just makes you want to smile Ellie, it really is so sweet and nice to see PB Stickeroos showcased.

    Hope you have a good Sunday.

    B x

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  2. Hi Ellie! this is a fabulous card and a really fun card with that frog - as your sentiment says, it's awesome! xxx

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  3. such an awesome, joyful card...love how you coloured that image and the layout is fab!
    tfs,
    Karen

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  4. this is so cute, ellie! i love how you surrounded the image with all the green; i had no idea it was a stickeroo.

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  5. Ellie this is so suitable for a boy - they love frogs (well that is my experience) and this is such an awesome sentiment stamp.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. Oh so cute, just perfect for boy.
    Happy new week;-))m

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  7. How fun! I love this cute boy card! The image is fantastic!

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  8. Lovely to see this stickeroo and so expertly used too.

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