Penny Black Botanical Notes

i created a z-fold card with my scor-pal for my mid month DT creation; this month’s penny black and more challenge theme is anything goes.

i love this penny black ‘botanical notes’ cling stamp because of the collage image that i always seem to have trouble creating. i watercoloured with distress ink pads, then stamped the flower twice more to cut and layer it. the thank you was die cut from my new penny black creative die set and a marianne design leaf flourish die. be sure to check out the beautiful creations from my team mates and the fabulous prizes on offer at the penny black and more challenge blog and remember, you can use any company’s stamped image as your focal point, just no digis.

i’d like to submit this card to these challenges:

Scor-pal – more than one fold with a stamped image
Crafty Little Fairies – In the Garden
A Little Bit Crafty – Flower Power
Country View Craft’s Challenge – Nature’s glories
One Crazy Stamper – Anything Goes & an Embellishment

thanks for popping by.

14 thoughts on “Penny Black Botanical Notes

  1. This is a fabulous card Linda. I was just looking at that stamp yesterday and wondering if I could justify the cost. It is so beautiful and you have done it justice with your beautiful colouring and layering.


  2. WOW – I thought that image was PRINTED it is so beautifully coloured and decoupaged. I should’ve known better of course with your skills Linda.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  3. So beautiful Linda. Gorgeous stamp and love the way you created a 3d effect with the flowers. The inside is so beautiful too!

  4. Beautiful card…Thanks for playing along with us at A Little Bit Crafty this month and good luck.
    Wendy xx

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