May 3, 2020

Something Masculine for Penny Black and More - May Challenge

It's the first Sunday of the month, meaning a new theme starts today at Penny Black and More challenge. This month it's all about Boys and/or Men. Hope to see you joining us! Our prizes this time come from Penny Black and Blade Rubber Craft.


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All silhoutte stamps are from Penny Black set Nature's Friends and the sentiment is from Penny Black set Heartfelt.





A quick and easy card to make ... With a "hill" mask in place (cut from printer paper) I inked up the background using Bundled Sage distress ink, then stamped the animals, branches and sentiment using Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink on  Bristol Vellum Paper. The edges were inked with Chipped Saphire Distress ink and mounted onto Stampin Up card stock. The metal hardware is many years old from Stampin Up as well and I tied some baker's twine around the card. Heavyweight white cardstock was used as my card base. 


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I'm linking up with these blogs:
Challenge Up Your Life - Animals // Penny Black Saturday Challenge - Anything with PB stamps // Aud Sentiments Challenge - Masculine // Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes // WaterCooler Wednesday - Anything Goes // Inspire Me Mondays

Inspire Me Monday

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

20 comments:

  1. Fabulous silhoutte scene card, really lovely;-))m

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  2. Images from one of my most used stamp sets Ellie, I use it over and again, so useful for so many occasion and you have made a perfect masculine scenic card with it.

    B x

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  3. A lovely card Ellie - love the limited colour palette you have used to make this stunning masculine card
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. Gorgeous Ellie, I love any silhouetted stamp, it's so stunning xxxx

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  5. This is gorgeous! LOVING that background and the deer!

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  6. A really lovely scene Ellie, with a super background and lovely images, great creation.

    Kath x

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  7. Ooh, i love the softness in the centre of the card behind the silhouettes and darker edges! A fabulous masculine creation.

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  8. A really beautiful scene, love it.

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  9. That card is so beautiful!

    https://villemo20.blogspot.com/

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  10. Stunning card, love that stamp set! Thanks for sharing with us at Watercooler Wednesday.

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