SSS Wednesday Challenge – Penny Black: Anything Goes



Hello hello crafty friends. It’s time for a new Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. This week is Anything Goes. We are featuring products by Penny Black. You don’t have to use them to join in but if you do we would love to see you use them.  Challenge deets are over at Let’s begin on how I made this card.

Stamp your image using SSS Intense Black on some Neenah Solar white 80lb cardstock.  Since we’re going to use our copics, this ink and cardstock is copic friendly.  Use your Misti so you can get a crisp imprint.  You don’t have to use a Misti..any stamping tool will be fine.

I colored my Penny Black Rain or Shine stamp using the following markers: Left Bear – E37, E33, E30.  Right Bear: R85, R83, R81 and RV10.  Umbrella: R17, R14 and R05 / YR09 and Y35.  Just basic copic coloring.

On a separate piece of cardstock, use some Pixie spray for the back of the raindrop stencil and adhere it.  Add some Salvaged Patina distress ink to my blending brush and apply over stencil.  Grab your MFT Stamps and softly apply some Weathered Wood distress ink on my panel.

Run your Honey Bee Stamps A7 stitched frame on your panel through your die cutting machine.  Fussy cut your bear image and use some black market to clean up the edges.  Stamp the sentiment using some embossing ink after you treat it with your anti static tool.  Apply some white embossing powder and heat set it with your heat tool.  Trim out your sentiment using the label dies from Simon.

Create an A7 size card base using SSS Cornflower Blue cardstock.  Assemble your card on top of the base and finish off your card with some highlights with your gelly roll pen.

That’s it.  Easy, right!?!? The products I used for this card and where I purchased them are listed below. At no extra charge to you for using the list, you can click on them and go shopping. Thank you so much for stopping by and I will see you next time.  Good luck!

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