Ellen Hutson – Penny Black Mix it Up Challenge!

 

Today is so exciting for me because I get to play at the Ellen Hutson Mix-it-Up Challenge and I’m sharing, not one but TWO cards that I’ve made using some fabulous Penny Black and Essentials by Ellen products.  You can find the challenge here at The Ellen Hutson Classroom and if you join in you have a chance to WIN a $50 gift certificate (you can find the deets at the challenge site)!

Oh My Goodness - Detail
Oh My Goodness – Detail
Oh My Goodness
Oh My Goodness
Thank You - Detail
Thank You – Detail
Thank You
Thank You

I’ve linked all the products that I used below and I can’t wait to see how you are inspired by these two fabulous companies!

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Oh My Goodness – Other Supplies:  Copics E000,00,11,25,31,33,50. R02, 20. RV02,04. BG11,13. T2. C5,7,9. T2. BV00. YG03,17. Y17.  Prismacolor Pencils – Process Red, Warm Grey 20%, Deco Pink, Blush Pink, Crimson Lake, White.

Thank You – Other Supplies: American Craft’s Cardstock – Concrete

21 thoughts on “Ellen Hutson – Penny Black Mix it Up Challenge!

  1. Oh my goodness is right, Therese! Your little girl is darling, and I love how you created the pink border on your first card…WOW! Your die cut flowers on your 2nd card are absolutely stunning! Two really amazing cards, as always!!!
    Loving that you chose Marshmallow cardstock today, too…time to dust mine off 🙂

  2. Hi Therese,
    What a double treat today!! Both of these are cards are phenomenal! The shading on the little girl’s dress is fantastic! And the simplicity of the die cuts on the second card is just beautiful :-0

  3. Two amazing cards! I do like how you mix orange and pink. The girl is so cute and fabulously coloured. The second card is elegant and simple.

    Thanks for visiting – you wait til you hear the weekend plans! 🙂

  4. Congrats on your guest spotlight! Well deserved – esp. with these amazing cards. Love the little girl and your sentiment, as well as the die cut flowers. So proud of you! 🙂

  5. Congratulations Therese! your two cards are beautiful – that little girl is cuteness personified, and your elegant die cuts really pack a punch! Well done as always:)

  6. Love the card with the sweet little girl. It’s beautifully coloured and so pretty. The second card is a very different style, but so elegant.love it too!

  7. The pink border is stunning and she’s such a cutie, the placement really is fabulous really makes the card pop. Love the striking flowers on the 2nd very dynamic and beautifully CAS.

    Marie

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