Thursday, 18 August 2016

mid month reminder for Penny Black & More challenge - anything goes with a stamp

Hello - just a quick reminder for our challenge over at Penny Black & More challenge.

For my DT card I used Penny Black painters vase stamp which I stamped in black and embossed with clear powder over a brushos background. The frame is from Crafters companion and the sentiment is from Penny Black set sprinkles and smiles.

Thanks for looking and hope to see you on the challenge blog - even if you have entered you still have time to do so again up to a maximum of three entries, just remember stamping must be your focal point.

14 comments:

julie_woolston said...

Fabulous Lin love it.
Hugs Julie xxx

brenda said...

Lovely Brusho background Lynn, really makes the image pop.

B x

Dortesjs said...

wow fabulous, love this

Whisper said...

Oooo gorgeous and i love how you have framed it too, Luv Sam x

June Macfarlane said...

Oh this is beautiful.
Hugs June x

Lynn Dalby said...

I love the colours.

Barb said...

A lovely card Linby. I love your Brusho background and it all looks super in the frame. Barbxx

Ellibelle said...

This is amazing Lynn. Love the effect you achieved here with the brusho's.

cotnob said...

This is beautiful Lynn, such beautiful colours.
Pauline
x

Darnell J Knauss said...

This is gorgeous, Linby! What a fabulous Brusho design! Without the frame it would be perfect for the "arty" challenge at One Layer Simplicity Challenge. But, wait, aha, I see below you have done other artsy OLCs that you could edit and add to the OLS challenge! I think it runs to the end of the month. Hugs, Darnell

Mervi said...

Gorgeous card with fab colours;-))m

Mac Mable said...

Fabulous brusho background, the prettiest of colours. Love the framing of that vase stamp x

linda said...

love the brush background and how the frame really pops the image!

Shirley said...

You made a lovely background with the Brushos Lynne. The colours are gorgeous and make a great background for your stamped image. The die cut sets it off beautifully.

Shirley