Saturday, February 26, 2011

Penny Black Saturday #140 - Pearls and Lace...


Another fabulous challenge this week over at Penny Black Saturday :)
Challenge #140 is 'Pearls & Lace'....

I have used the cute 'Betsy Bluebell' transparent set to create a bright, fun Easter card.
I have coloured the image with promarkers and prismas and the lovely strip of glittery paper is W r Memory Keepers . The 'Happy Easter' sentiment is handwritten!!
The bottom of the card I have debossed with a Sizzix Christmas embossing folder!!
I dont have any traditional lace....so used a bright blue lacy ribbon instead :)

There are 2 fabulous prizes to be won this week...
4 rolls of ribbon of your choice from Fantastic Ribbons
&
A 15% off discount lifetime voucher from PB Stamps :)

I am entering my card into the following challenges ~
The layout is the fab sketch #53 from PaperTakeWeekly 
 The Penny Black Inc. Easter Card Challenge
&
Stamp Something - Something with Flowers challenge...

Do check out the blog to see all the gorgeous cards created by the DT....looking forward to seeing all your creations x

Thanks for looking xx

10 comments:

joey said...

Jenny you have such pretty embossing folders, everytime I visit I see a new one I want, this card is gorgeous. Joey xx

Helen said...

Gorgeous card Jenny - love the bright & funky colours!
Helen x

SusieLou said...

Such a sunny, cheerful card - love it! Susie x

Pauline said...

This is beautiful! Love the cute little image and the embossed background is lovely.

Sarpreet said...

Absolutely gorgeous - beautifully designed.

coops said...

stunning card jenny.gorgeous image and i love your bright colours :D

xx coops xx

CraftyC said...

This is just so sweet Jenny. I love the colours and pretty image
Clairexx

NGCARDS said...

I love this card hun its very bright and eye-catching :) xxx

Debi said...

Your card is lovely. Thank you for playing along with the Papertake Weekly challenge.

Tammi said...

Jenny this is adorable!! I love her and you colored her up really cute, nice way to pop out the flowers...and love the Easter sentiment below her.