Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Cow On A Hot Pink Bike

Hello.  Welcome.  Combining this fun Penny Black stamp with the hot bright colour combination over at the Rubber Dance Challenge.  Fun, fun, fun......

I stamped Penny Black ....for a spin and embossed with clear embossing powder.  I coloured the image with sharpies and coloured pencils.  I used a Prima mask with Picked Raspberry distress ink in the center of the card, Dusty Concord at the bottom and Salty Ocean distress ink for the sky.  I stamped PaperArtsy's birthday on a die cut arrow and tried to write a matching happy on the other arrow, coloured with Picked Raspberry and edged with Dusty Concord.  

Joining the fun at
Rubberdance December Colour Challenge - Bright and Bold
Penny Black and More December Challenge - Special Occasions
STAMPlorations Challenge - Stamps and Designers Choice  Oct-Stamps and embossing
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes 

Thanks for your visit.  Hugz


  1. What a fun card! I love the bright colours (of course) and the biking cow is such a cutie hoot! Thank you for joining our challenge. Nice to see you again! :-)

  2. Such a happy card, Gail! Love that background, and the colors just make one smile! Someone is going to be very happy!

  3. Such a fun and happy card!
    Thanks for taking the time to join us at Penny Black & More this month.
    Lynn x

  4. What a fun card! Great design!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Penny Black and More in our December challenge! New challenge starts this Sunday, hope you'll join in again!

  5. There's something you don't see every day! Great card!
    Thanks for playing along at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Caryn xxx


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