Wednesday, November 27, 2019

SSS Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
Hey there, I am so honored again to serve as a guest designer on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog. This week we will be using Penny Black's products to create a card.
I started by stamping in Versafine black ink and clear heat embossing the Penny Black Dainty Doves on Canson watercolor paper. Then used brush pens and a small water brush to watercolor the images. After die cutting the watercolor panel I created a base card from aqua card stock stamping a back ground stamp in aqua ink. Them used the glimmery coal card stock to die cut the scallops. I applied the water color panel to the card with foam tape.

This next card is created completely with the Canson Watercolor paper. I started with a panel and stamped the Dainty Doves with Versafine black ink and heat embossed with clear detail powder. Then using brush pens and a small water brush I colored the dove. After it was dry I mounted it to a watercolor card base that I had die cut a window in. The dove is mounted to the inside of the card front. Then I took a fine black pen and out-lined the window shape. The following cards are just a few more ideas I had for this stamp set.

Now is your chance to make your own card with all the great Penny Black stamps and dies. Then add you card to the Wednesday Challenge blog for a chance to will a $50 gift certificate from Simon Says Stamp.

Thanks for stopping by, it has been so fun to be a guest designer on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

1 comment:

  1. Oh my goodness Sue! what an absolutely gorgeous set of cards!! All of them are just stunning!!! I love the dove image, so beautiful :-)

    Thanks so much for being in the spotlight! It has been such a pleasure to have you along with us and I hope we get to do this again soon :-)

    Hope you have a great week!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Lols XXX


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