Sep 18, 2018

Feminine in Pink and Mint

Did you get a chance yet to join us at the Penny Black and More challenge? If not, then you're in luck, there is still plenty of time to make something for our "Make it Feminine" theme and be entered into the prize drawing! Some great prizes are up for grabs!!


I'm sure I said this before ...I love the sketchy style of these feminine Penny Black stamps! For this card I used the Penny Black stamps Patisserie and Sprinkles and Smiles for the sentiment.  To make my card, I first heat embossed the girl, then stamped the presents separately on a post it note, fussy cut and used as a mask to cover up that part of the image. I then stamped the cafe on the top right corner. Removed mask and then everything was colored with myZig Clean Color Markers and a Zig Detailer Brush. I did some stencilling, and since I didn't really care much for the way the bricks stenciled design turned out, I decided to stamp the sentiment onto an extra piece of card stock to add to the card so I wouldn't have to see much of the bricks :-)   I finished the card off by adding a pink button and some May Arts natural jute twine and mountned on to Stampin Up's Rose Red card base.



I am also entering my card here:
Incy Wincy Designs - Sweet and Sassy
As You Like It Challenge - Favorite: Girl or Boy & Why  - Girl cards for me - it's just more fun to play with girly embellishments and colors :)
A Gem of a Challenge - For Girls
Crafting with Dragonflies - Anything Goes
Penny Black Saturday Challenge - Anything Goes with PB or sketch
Dragonfly Dreams - Anything Goes
heARTful Stamping Challenge  - Anything Goes
Pile It On Think Big (Big pile of gift boxes)
Crafting from the Heart -  Anything Goes



Thanks so much for stopping by! I'll be back again tomorrow with two new cards using more of Hero Arts "My Monthly Hero" stamp kit.


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14 comments:

  1. It's a lovely feminine creation Ellie and I think that sentiment set is a favourite with several of us on the team, so many useful stamps in it.

    B x

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  2. A fab card Ellie, very feminine and who doesn't like a cake shop!!!! xxxx

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  3. This is beautiful! LOVING those soft colors!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Cute card!
    Have a great day!
    Marilyn❤️

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  5. Fabulous stamps together, lovely and cute card;-))m

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  6. Beautiful images used beautifully Ellie - love this gentle card... I often wonder, when I see that shopping girl image, what would happen if the dog saw a cat and really ran off, with the leash around her ankle as it is!!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. Love the subtle color of the stenciled background. Thank you for sharing your creation with us @ Incy Wincy Designs Sweet and Sassy Challenge. Good luck!-Maria Giselle B.

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  8. Fabulous card. It’s so feminine. Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafting with Dragonflies WynnDT

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  9. What a gorgeously girlie image. Spot on perfect for our 'Girlie' challenge.

    Thank you for sharing with us.

    Lin
    Dream Valley

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  10. So pretty! Love the feminine image and the color combo.

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  11. This is really lovely, thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us for this AYLI challenge. See you again soon! Xx

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  12. Love your feminine card with that awesome stamp, Ellie! Beautifully colored and designed. Thanks for playing with us at Penny Black Saturday Challenge. Hugs, Lynda Joy

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  13. Very cute! Thank you for joining us over at Pile It On! Challenge Blog ~Marciava Warrell, Design Team Member

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