Sunday, 3 May 2015

You'll be missed

Hello there crafters!
It's unbelievable that a quarter of the year is gone already, don't you think? Anyway, the other week I needed a card for a colleague of mine who decided to quit because she had found a better job.
Although it was a good-bye card, I wanted something whimsical and merry and therefore I decided to use one of my favourite Penny Black stamps, the bunch of ducks. I stamped the image twice using the masking technique and cut it out with my MFT stitched ovals die, then matted it on a scalloped oval die-cut (Spellbinders). The pull tab is also a die from Spellbinders, while the faux-crochet border behind the image is a MFT border die - lots of die cutting here!! The image was coloured with my Copics and the sentiment computer-generated.
I resolved to put together a criss-cross card, as it's so impressive and at the same time easy to make. I added some ribbon from my stash and printed out the digital papers - the orange and lime green colours were perfect for my ducks! A triplet of matching blings et voilà, the card was finished. Love how it turned out, so cute!!

I'll be entering this card in the following challenges:

Penny Black Saturday Challenge - Trees or nature

Penny Black and more - Dies and punches

Have a nice evening and thanks for stopping by!

Hugs, Vittoria



The back of the card

4 comments:

  1. oh, wow, this is so cute and such a perfect image for the occasion! i love the bright colours and patterned papers too! thank you so much for playing along with us this month at penny black and more.
    linda

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  2. A lovely creation, many thanks for sharing your creativity with us at Penny Black and More challenge. I don't see a link to our challenge in your post Vittoria, you do need to add one to be eligible for the prize draws.

    B x

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  3. That is a very cute stamp. Hugz

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  4. What a fun and fabulous card.
    Thank you for joining us at Penny Black Saturday Challenge
    luv
    Debby

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