Jul 1, 2018

Things with Wings at Penny Black and More Challenge

This is another scheduled post so hopefully blogger behaves and does its job!
Our challenge this month at Penny Black and More is "Things with Wings". Some great prizes to be won again so do come join us for your chance to win!


I made  a card with these birds a couple of months ago, this was an image I had already colored and did not use at that time, but it came in really handy when I needed to make a quick card to work ahead. The birds are from the set "Enjoy Life" by Penny Black, not sure why but it seems to be retired. It's been colored with Zig Clean Color  brush markers on Bristol Vellum card stock then fussy cut using my Cutterbee scissors which are wonderful for detail cutting like this one. The white background and card base are both Neenah linen textured. Designer paper is a strip from my never ending pile of scraps and the green cards stock is one of Stampin Up's papers. Sentiment is also by stampin up, from a long retired set.

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7 comments:

  1. Those little birdies are perfect for our theme Ellie and loving the fresh colours.

    B x

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  2. Wow!! This is GORGEOUS! LOVING those birds!!!!!

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  3. Lovely creation Ellie and beautiful colour choices, lots of love xxxx

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  4. such a pretty card, ellie! the birds are lovely and i love the summery bright green!

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  5. What a pretty card Ellie - love the strip of dark paper grounding the whole image panel and contrasted beautifully with the green layer.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. Beautiful card!
    Have a great day!
    Marilyn❤️

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  7. Beautiful birds Ellie, love your image.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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