Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Quick little Penny Black

This little 'Hedgehog Visit' image has been lying around my craft box for a while...
So what to do with it?
I coloured it with Promarkers, using terracotta, cinnamon, gold, caramel, red...
In particular I highlighted it around the edges with Cool Grey 1.
This really makes an image 'pop'!
I then matted it onto a yellow rectangle, then a more orange 'topnote'
 and on the bottom a pale yellow card base.
(I use the 'topnote' die with my Big Shot So much!!)
Embellishments from my stash complete the picture - that flower is a lovely one!

I am going to submit this to the November challenges

Hope you like it!

Happy Crafting!


  1. Lovely card, I have that stamp too , popping in from the stamping dragoons fb blog ladder xx

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  3. This is such a cute card Susan. PB hedgehogs are such fun images and work for all occasions.
    Thank you for sharing your lovely card with us at Penny Black and More and we hope you will join us again next month for a chance to win more lovely craft goodies.


  4. As it’s something I really don’t like doing for a whole comment will admit to this being a copy and paste one because I am unable to type properly at the moment, but didn't want to miss the opportunity to take a look at your lovely creation and thank you for joining us at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

  5. Such an adorable creation! Loving that stamp, and loving your choice of colors!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Penny Black and More, good luck and hope you join us again soon!


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