Friday, March 23

Some Penny Black Goodies


I have a few cards that I made using some of my favorite stamps, which happen to be by Penny Black.  I love her cute Hedgehog characters!  All the images are colored with Copic markers.

With out further adieu here they are:

The first card is Hearts Away by Penny Black.  It is a woodblock stamp.  I used the Hero Arts Cloud Background stamp with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink for the clouds.  I think the sentiment is from PTI with a PTI label die, but I am not sure.  I used the Spellbinders Label Eleven die to cut out the image. The entire image was placed on a Kraft card stock base that was given a scalloped edge with a Martha Stewart punch.

My second card is made using the Garden Visit Penny Black wood block stamp.  I used the Spellbinders Label Eleven die to cut it out.  The edges are shaded with Antique Linen distress ink.  I think the DSP is My Minds Eye - Stella & Rose. I added a little bling at the bottom.  :) 

My third card is using the same Garden Visit stamp and the same papers, just a different layout.  I think I like this one better.

Ok, this one was made using the Hedgey Gift stamp.  I embossed the Hero Arts Woodgrain background stamp in Versamark ink and used clear embossing powder to make the wood grain look and feel wonderful. The apples are covered with Crystal Accents to give them great shine, they look yummy in person!  :) I used a ticket corner punch and some Michaels ribbon for accent.

My next card was Hedgehog Visit.  I used the Divine Swirls Cuttlebug folder on the green card stock at the bottom.  I don't remember where I bought the blue gingham patterned paper...  Can you see my lovely stitching?  ;)  I LOVE how stitching looks but I am not very good at it.  

Here is another version using Hedgehog Visit.  I think the DSP is from a huge pack I bought at Michaels.

This card has to be one of my favorites!  It is with the Bountiful woodblock stamp. I "faux stitched" the border and used some SU ribbon to match.  The photo does not show it but the inside of the poppies are shiny.  I used my Sakura Clear Glaze pen on them.

The final image is Poppy Fields by Penny Black.  I used my Swiss Dots Cuttle Bug Embossing folder.  I don't remember wich Spellbinder Die I used to cut our the image...  Hmmm...  I added some SU Dazzling Diamonds to the butterflies for sparkle. 

I hope you enjoyed!  Have a great day!


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