Thursday, March 20, 2014

Penny Black Blog Day 3 & 4!

Hi!!

I am on the Penny Black blog this week and wanted to show you the card for today (and yesterday). Check out the blog for details on how I made them. All supplies are Penny Black and they are listed on the blog too!


PB Thank You

Can you believe that is a peony background stamp embossed in snow powder? Me either!




PB Thinking of you

the thin letters of the sentiment stuck easily on the wet embossing paste so there was no need for adhesive! I got the color combination from this pin found in my inspired by Pinterest board!

Tomorrow is my last day with Penny Black, I hope you are enjoying it as much as I am!




19 comments:

  1. Both of these are gorgeous! I don't know how you do it--every card is stunning!

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  2. You are seriously blowing me away this week. LOVE these!

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  3. Hi Wida - left comments at the PB blog and back to say: wow. Repeat a zillion times! Gorgeous cards, all!
    c

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  4. Brilliant! Sticking things to embossing paste before they are dry!

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  5. They are both beautiful but that first one is just ethereal! Keep hitting it out of the park, my dear;)

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  6. Both are GORGEOUS!!! LOVE.LOVE.LOVE...{sigh}...

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  7. Such talent Wida! Love these beautiful cards!

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  8. Beautiful cards! That first one is really stunning!

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  9. you are on fire lady! These are stunning!!

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  10. WOW stunning cards..LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE the pink one so very much!

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  11. gorgeous embossing on the first card and genius use of the embossing paste on the 2nd card.
    LOVE both of your cards!

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  12. Your first is a very different creation – striking the way that the black die-cut frame pulls the eye towards the sentiment. A lovely use of asymmetry made more powerful by the subtle weight added with the vellum leaves. The snow powder embossed background stamping gives an amazing texture.
    Your second shows a striking use of colour for the sentiment which the textured background leads the eye down towards. I love the tiny touch of turquoise in one of the pennants which ties in with the sentiment.
    Paula (PEP)

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  13. I have so loved seeing your creations this week - they are gorgeous! Your combinations of colours, elements and textures are beautiful! Thanks so much for the inspiration :)

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  14. Your cards are both stunning! Jaw hit the floor stunning! WOW!

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  15. In your own words ' the peony card is INSANE'!!! Love both of them!

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  16. I like how your cards seem to have a bouquet of color and texture.
    Your style is fresh....with the pop of surprise:)

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