Sunday, 5 January 2020

Penny Black and More - Feminine


Good Morning, our first challenge of the year over at Penny Black and More.

The theme is Feminine.

For my card I have used.....

Penny Black 2722K - Chic

The floral edge card is from Kanban.
The gingham papers are from LOTV.
Any colouring has been done using Promarkers.
Sentiment is probably Creative Expressions.

Had a great day crafting yesterday, making cards for a future Penny Black and More challenge.
The first card took me 10 minutes to colour and the second card took me 4 and half hours and both images are yet to be made into a card.

Thanks so much for popping by and any comments you are kind enough to leave.

Kath x

21 comments:

meg said...

What a wonderful idea to paper piece her outfit love your fabulous retro style card

Sarn said...

Love this cute character card with the pretty edge.

4.5 hours and it's STILL a work in progress? Can't wait to see that card. Will surely be masterpiece.

Happy Sunday.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Sandra H said...

Happy new year Kathleen just adore your card and fabulous image used too x

Viv said...

A cute image Kath and a great layout! x

brenda said...

Grief Kath, that's a lot of colouring, but I'm sure it will be lovely as is today's card, super paper piecing and a creation that would suit any age.

B x

Chris said...

Gorgeous card Kath, love that stamp and of course your beautiful paper piecing, her gingham suit looks wonderful.
Hope your wrist isn't aching from all that colouring!
xx

Leanne Harris said...

Lovely card Kath and your paper piecing is beautiful xxxx

chrissy xx said...

Super duper in her check suit Kath.
I LOve your colours and design.
Chrissyxx
At least you've done the colouring..Hope it doesn't take to long to put them together. x

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

What a cheerful card and very pretty in pink! Wishing you a very happy and colourful New Year x

Linby said...

Love cheerful card and great paper piecing.

wow 4.5 hours!

Ellibelle said...

What a fun creation Kath. Loving the paper piecing and the plaid looks fantastic!!

Liz said...

Brilliant card, Kath. I love the paper pieced outfit. xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Kath,
what a very gorgeous card and I love your stamped lady she is so co-ordinated in her fashion and the colours are so pretty too.
Love the border from Hunkydory as well.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

linda said...

a bright and beautiful card! i LOVE the pretty border paper!! and i love her check outfit. glad to know i'm not the only one who spends hours colouring. :)

KandA said...

What a super card and great paper piecing xx

Sue - said...

Sonpretty and great paper piecing again!

Mervi said...

Fabulous card, great and pretty;-))m

Megan J said...

Hi Kath, a super Birthday card, love the knitted jumper look under her fancy check suit, paper piecing is one of my favourite things to do too. Have a wonderful week... Megan

cotnob said...

A pretty card Kath, a lovely image and great colours.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Mrs A. said...

Colour by numbers. Can’t go wrong with that. Very impressed with your dressmaking skills. The checks match up perfectly on the coat and trousers. The first item we had to make in school for needlework was a skirt which had to be stitched by hand. I chose a tiny pink cheque fabric mainly I think in order to be able to stitch a straight line. Lordy that’s over half a century ago! Hugs Mrs A.

Tracy said...

You always do fabulous paper piecing, the papers are lovely too.
Happy crafting
Tracy x