Thursday, 13 August 2009

Penny Black Saturday sketch...

As promised my Penny black card for which I am entering the Penny Black saturday challenge which is a sketch by Beth, and a great one too!!

This has prompted me to use one of my much neglected PB stamps, I also used a hero arts Gracious Leaves stamp for the background on the green strip at the bottom, The PB stamp I have used is Hedgehog stroll which I am sure you can get from the Glitter pot!, I coloured the hedgie in copics, and used some gorgeous Stampin up Twine ribbon in certainly celery, which you can get as part of a ribbon bundle for free when you spend £45 or more on SU products, The papers are my minds eye...


  1. this is gorgeous Kim and I love the colour combo and your adorable hedgie....thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC...hugs kath xxxxx

  2. Super cute card Kim, love the colours together and that is one cute lil hedgie :) Donna x

  3. aww kim this is gorgeous, I love the image and your beautiful colouring hugs Jill xx

  4. Awww real cute card, love the colours and super cute image.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

  5. Such a beautiful card Kim!
    Your sweet image is coloured so beautifully!
    Love your fabulous design and paper!
    kim x

  6. Lovely card Kim, love the lovely fresh colours. Louise x

  7. gorgeous sweetie, fab colour combo and a wonderfully sweet image. hugs rachxx

  8. Aw this is such a cute card, I love it! :)

    Liz xxx

  9. Awww Kim this is just sooo cute too! so adorable! love it!

  10. Gorgeous card, Love the pretty colour combo you have used. so fresh looking!
    Erin x

  11. What a beautiful card Kim.

    Hugs Riet.x

  12. Ooh, I love this! The fresh colours are so gorgeous and the stamp is fab! Thanks for playing along with my PB sketch this week!

    Beth xx

  13. now this is cute and such gorgeous colours:)


  14. Ooooh I adore your colour choic hun, so fresh and pretty. Really lovely card, so pleased you could join us


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