Sunday, 6 December 2015

Anything goes with a stamp at Penny Black & More

Time for our December challenge at Penny Black & More.

For my DT card I've used these Penny Black items:-

A Splash of Winter 4272K
Die cut Pennant 51-032
Die Set Around Town 51-080

I began by creating a background using TH inks on glossy card I then embossed the trees but as the powder was melting I threw some frantage onto it and continued to heat until it was all set. I added a few lines of snow with a white pen. My sentiment panel and village dies are cut from the same background paper.
I didn't have a window die that was big enough for the scene I had created. So, I made my own! I took a piece of black card and cut four squares into it, I then cut a strip for the top of the bottom of the window and made a score line along it and then added some snow.

Thanks for looking and I do hope you can join in with our challenge. I know it is a busy time of year but we do enjoy seeing what you make.

11 comments:

brenda said...

A great combination of dies and stapming Lynn and the frantage really adds lovely texture.

Hope you have a good Sunday.

B x

Mervi said...

Gorgeous window scene, beautiful card Lynn!
Happy weekend;-))m

Daffodil Cards said...

Oh Ah! LURVE the effect you have achieved, it's a beautiful card

Whisper said...

Oooo what a great scene card hun, Luv Sam x

Ellibelle said...

Love this window scene! So beautiful!

scrappymo! said...

Beautiful scene, fabulous texture with that frantage and a very pretty tree stamp!

scrappymo! said...

Beautiful scene, fabulous texture with that frantage and a very pretty tree stamp!

linda said...

such a pretty wintery window scene! i love all the PB dies you've used!

Shirley said...

A fabulous scene Lynn. I have the same rubber stamp set and would never have thought to put Frantage on the Christmas trees. It looks lovely and wintery.
Happy Christmas
Shirley

Shirley said...

A fabulous scene Lynn. I have the same rubber stamp set and would never have thought to put Frantage on the Christmas trees. It looks lovely and wintery.
Happy Christmas
Shirley

Tracy said...

Hi Lynn
This is gorgeous, beautiful scene and I love the design.
Happy crafting
Tracy x