Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Black, white & pink #2 ...

Hello my lovely friends and visitors, I hope your week is going well. I’ve been playing with a another new to me Penny Black stamp and here is the end result …

A 148mm square card
No issues posting this one
All the details
A final look

Created for me and especially for these Challenges
Penny Black Saturday Challenge Black, Pink & White
Scrapy Land Challenge #124 AG using dies by companies at Scrapy Land
I used Spellbinders dies 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Anything Goes

I die cut three rectangles of white stamping card out and then on the reverse of the card I attached them together with some masking tape. I then inked the fuchsia with my Spectrum Aqua pens and lightly sprayed the stamp with water before stamping once, I dried the stamp then moved the card over a little before I inked up the stamp and sprayed it with water before stamping a second time. I adhered the white die cuts to black card and trimmed them with my steel edged ruler and a craft knife. I die cut and coloured the sentiment and put the card together – simples lol! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and comment. I really do appreciate it and I hope you get some time to do what you love to do soon ttfn Karen x

Penny Black 2931K Brush Fuchsia stamp
Die Cutting Machine & Dies:
Sizzix Big Shot Plus die cutting machine
Spellbinders Nestabilities Rectangles
Miscellaneous Tools:
Tim Holtz stamping platform; spray water bottle; heat tool

Card &/ Paper &/ Substrates:
148mm square card
Snippets: white stamping card; matt black card; fuchsia card
EP Ink/Paint/Pen Colours:
Spectrum Aqua pens
Collall all purpose glue


Paddington fan said...

A beautiful card and a very clever way to layer up the image! Thank you for joining us over at PBSC this month and I hope you'll join us again soon,
love Jacky x

Maryvonne Coussé said...

Beautiful card ! Thanks for joining us at Scrapyland Challenges blog and good luck!
Maryvonne, DT Member

cuilliesocks said...

Hello Karen, I've not seen you for a long time on Blogland, and hoping all's well with you. I looked for an email address here, but couldn't see one, in fact, I couldn't remember the full name of your blog, but amazingly I recognised your photo on Barbara Grey's blog, and that's how I've found you.
I hope you are coping okay with this lockdown, and that you are keeping well and safe, it's such a very difficult time for many people.
Have you been following Barbara's daily crafting on Facebook and You Tube,? They are fabulous. I've been following the colouring, tried the doodles, but I'm pants at it.
I hope this reaches you, take care of yourself Kate x x