Thursday, 23 May 2019

Going Big

Hello.  Welcome.  I spotted a challenge at Power Poppy where the theme is Go Big.  They want big subtle background stamping.  I got the Prima Anelie stamp recently and was trying to work out how to use her, cos she's big!  Perfect!!!!

Isn't she pretty!!  I stamped her on a white hammered card base using Memento London Fog ink.  I stamped the hummingbird on a scrap of white card, coloured with Promarkers and added some gold pilot marker details, and fussy cut it.  The sentiment is from Carmen's Veranda stamped with black archival.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Power Poppy Creative Confetti - Go Big
Allsorts 10th Birthday challenge - Happy Birthday
Virginia's Show and Share
Stamplorations Things with Wings Linky Party
Promarker Challenge Week 494 - AG


  1. Very effective use of colour and white space Gail, thanks so much for sharing with us and joining in our 10th Birthday celebrations at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

  2. Lovely sentiment! Thank you so much for entering our Birthday challenge at Allsorts!

  3. wow this is wonderful love your creativity

  4. So SWEET! Love the colored Hummingbird! So glad that you join the fun with my “Show & Share”! WONDERFUL!

  5. Beautiful card Gail, the hummingbird pops against the large black and white face

  6. Popped in to say that I love this card...It's so striking and creative x

  7. Gorgeous card, the image is fabulous and I love how you added just a little bit of colour.
    Thanks for joining in our mega challenge this week at PFP 😁

  8. I love how you created such a pop of color with that little fluttering hummingbird -- just grabs your attention in such a pretty way! What a fun card for a birthday!


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