Jul 11, 2020

Something Beginning with "B"

It's Saturday and that means it's the start of a new theme at Allsorts challenge. Brenda is hosting this week and picked the theme of "I Spy Something Beginning with B".  I always enjoy this theme, it's fun to see what everyone is coming up with and I love searching through my stamps to see what I can find!

We have another prize by Chocolate Baroque, a beautiful tree stamp that will go to one lucky randomly selected winner!


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Can you spy all the B's on my card?


There is the obvious bicycle, but then I noticed the black berrets and the basket on the bike, then used a brick stamp and some blossoms, and even inked the edges with blue ink 😎. 

All stamps are by Penny Black, the girl on bike is called Fluffy Passenger. Stamped on Xpress It Blending card (I purchased mine from Amazon, but can't seem to find a link to it now) with Memento Tuxedo ink and colored with Copic markers. The flowers on two of the corners are Penny Black's stamp At Grace, inked with distress markers and stamped with the help of my stamp platform (options). 





I wanted to add the impression of a brick wall so I used Penny Black's brick wall stamp on the background. Finally stencilled a design to mimic a road using Penny Black's Oscillations stencil. The sentiment is also by Penny Black from the set Happy Wishes. And I finished off by adding a sticky sentiment to the top left from Tim Holtz's Quotations Metallic Sticker Sheet



All stamps by Penny Black:
Inks:
Tools and Extras: 
Stamp Platform (mine is no longer available - alternative options HERE) // Penny Black Oscillations Stencil // Tim Holtz Quotations Metallic Sticker Sheet // Ink Blending Tool


Thanks so much for visiting!!




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Penny Black Saturday Challenge - PB stamps 

14 comments:

  1. So happy and girly card, perfect for the theme;-))m

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  2. A beautiful card Ellie - and so carefree... loving all your 'B's :)
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Such a pretty card! And as always, I love the background you created. You are so good at those!

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  4. Ha! I have two B's ...Brian and Brookie! LOL!! I loveeeeee this! SO FUN! LOVING the girl and the bike!!!

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  5. Pretty card! Love the background!
    Have a great day!
    Marilyn💖

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  6. I could only see the brick wall and bicycle! I need to look harder. A delightful card. Hugs Mrs A.

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  7. Lots of lovely B's here Ellie, super image and a really lovely background.

    Kath x

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  8. You got a lot of B's in Ellie, love the image and your scene is fab.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  9. Lots of B's and lots ofbeauty Ellie, xxx

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  10. I noticed a few of the "b's" right off the bat! Another fun card.

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  11. This is a gorgeous card, Ellie. I especially like the addition of the magnolia blossom. Brilliant idea :-) Stunning piece of work.
    Cath x

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  12. A cute card. I love it.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  13. Wow, you totally have me wanting to craft again. I used to try to make cards, but I am blind and very clumsy so it wasn't for me. Still, I love your creativity. #MMBC

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  14. It's such a happy and pretty card, beautifully done.

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