Penny Black challenges

I am here in Florida and I still get the chance to play with my stamps and make cards. It so nice not to have the snow – but I feel bad that Julie has to shovel it all…. Julie if you read this, we are very grateful and we owe you…

Here is a card I made for the Penny Black Blog challenge.
The challenge: make a card with the colours: teal, orange and purple. Not a common colour combination.. And not an easy one!

Here is my card:

The stamp is Penny Black Pansy Bunny 40-066
The background (on the orange background paper) is Paisley outline 40-048 stamped in orange
The greeting is Hero Arts Find Joy CL497
The image was stamped in black on watercolour paper and coloured with Tombo markers.

I would also like to enter this challenge on the Penny Black at Allsorts blog here.

The challenge is to make a Penny Black card on the theme “Welcome Spring”. I think that my little pansy bunny fits the challenge. Isn’t he cute and springy?

Thanks for visiting my blog! Merci de votre visite!

News from Florida: it rained all day today, so we shopped…. Tomorrow should be sunny! (but at least no snow 🙂 )

5 comments to Penny Black challenges

  • Hi Louise

    What an adorable card, that stamp is so cute and coloured beautifully.

    Thank you so much for sharing with us at Penny Black at Allsorts challenge this month, good luck and hope to see you again.

    B x

  • Totally adorable card the image is gorgeous and beautifully coloured,thanks for joining us at Penny Black at Allsorts.
    Louise xx

  • So cute!! Love that little bunny image, you did a fabulous job coloring it. Fabulous sketch too, it shows off the cute image so well!!

    Thank you so much for sharing with us at penny black at all sorts, hope to see you again soon!!

  • Gorgeous image choice to that difficult colour combo. Beautiful card.

    Thanks for sharing this with us at Penny Black
    @ Allsorts, welcome again, good luck;-))m

  • Fab Entry, thanks for joining Penny Black @ Allsorts challenge, Good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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