Dec 3, 2017

Clean and Simple at Penny Black and More

Good morning, I am back already with my card for the December Penny Black and More challenge. We're making it easy for everyone this month and have a simple theme...

Clean and Simple


My card was really quick to make. I inked up the stamp Crystal Drops using Distress markers, stamped onto Neenah linen card stock. Trimmed around the edges and then mounted onto a white layer and a white card base. Stamped the sentiment from the set Seasons Gifts, also by Penny Black to finish it off. I was going to spray some glimmer mist over the card but I was affraid the ink was going to run so I left if un-glittered. 

As always we have some fantastic prizes to give away, so if you'd like to be entered into the drawing come join us! Our rules are simple, but please do follow them so you aren't disqualified from winning. You can find out more on the challenge blog
Our wonderful sponsors this month are Penny Black, Tattered Lace and Fantastic Ribbons.


Thanks so much for visiting!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

9 comments:

  1. A very stylish looking creation Ellie, I have that stamp and really must use it more. You didn't miss the sunset header before, I only changed it Friday, we've had some lovely sunsets so had to photograph one or two.

    B x

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  2. I have this stamp too, but haven't inked it for ages! Thanks for this inspiration, lovely card;-))m

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  3. A lovely stamp and a perfect CAS card!

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  4. So gorgeous! LOVING the trees!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. such a pretty card ellie! i love the colours you've used and i LOVE the linen paper!

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  6. Wonderful card Ellie!
    x Daniela

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  7. I love these sketchy trees, Ellie! This card is CAS Delight!

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  8. A very elegant and beautiful creation Ellie.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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