Penny Black – Happy Heart Inspiration #3

Posted by on December 31, 2018 in Animals, Clean and Simple, Copic markers, Cuttlebug, Die cutting, Distress Oxide Inks, Love you cards, Penny Black, Stamping | 2 comments

Hello friends! Happy New Year! As 2018 is about to come to a close in Australia, I just want to say a big thank you to all my blog readers for their support and encouragement in 2018. I appreciate you all!

Today I have some more projects to share with you using products from the latest Penny Black release called Happy Heart Day.

I stamped the bear and balloon from the Space Reserved stamp set, and coloured them in with Copic markers before fussy cutting them out.

I then used the largest of the Heart Balloons creative dies and die cut one from the front of my card base. The balloon die cut out was inked up with Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink and then spritzed with water and dabbed with a paper towel to create the splotchy effect. I then adhered the blue heart to the inside of the card. The sentiment is from the Kisses and Wishes stamp set (I had to do some stamp surgery as I only wanted the top portion of the sentiment).

And for my second project I made a little gift package for some sweet treats. I am a HUGE fan of musk sticks and I would just love to get something like this as an I love you gift. I have used the Heart Balloons dies again, as well as the Love and Miss You creative die.

I scored and folded half an A4 piece of card stock to make the packaging. Before die-cutting, I used the Oscillations stencil and some white pigment ink and sponged on the dots. I then die cut the largest heart balloon into the front panel. The musks were packaged up in a clear plastic sleeve and placed behind the window opening. I die cut three love sentiments from white card stock and adhered them together to form a thicker sentiment and adhered it across the window opening.

I scored and folded half an A4 piece of card stock to make the packaging. Before die-cutting, I used the Oscillations stencil and some white pigment ink and sponged on the dots. I then die cut the largest heart balloon into the front panel. The musks were packaged up in a clear plastic sleeve and placed behind the window opening. I die cut three love sentiments from white card stock and adhered them together to form a thicker sentiment and adhered it across the window opening.

All of these products are now available in the online store and you can view the Happy Heart Day catalog here.

Penny Black Products used today:
30-535 Space Reserved stamp set
51-494 Love and Miss You creative die
51-493 Heart Balloons creative die
30-528 Kisses and Wishes stamp set
25-014 Oscillations stencil

Supplies

Card 1: I Love You

Stamps: Penny Black Reserved Space stamp set, Penny Black Kisses and Wishes stamp set

Card: Neenah Solar White card stock, XPress It blending card stock

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black ink, VersaFine Onyx Black ink, Distress Oxide ink – Salty Ocean

Other Supplies: Copic markers (Bear: E25, E31, E34, Balloon: R29, R39, Flower: Y19, YR67, Bench: W3, W5), Penny Black Heart Balloon creative die, Cuttlebug, Ink blending tool, Black and white enamel dots

Project 1: Love Treat Packaging

Stamps: None

Card: Hot pink card stock

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black ink, VersaFine Onyx black ink, White pigment ink

Other Supplies: Penny Black Heart Balloon creative die, Penny Black Love and Miss You creative dies, Cuttlebug, Score board and stylus, Penny Black Oscillations stencil, Sponge dauber, Musk stick lollies, clear plastic sleeve, Liquid adhesive

Thanks for stopping by today. Happy New Year. I’ll catch you in 2019!

Until next time,

Marion

2 Comments

  1. Two super cute projects! I especially love the card 🙂
    Happy New Year and thanks for all your inspirations. I don’t comment very often, but I always visit your posts and enjoy your amazing works 🙂

  2. Ooh, I hope the stamp is okay after it’s ‘surgery’ lol. it was totally worth it though, what a beautiful font and a beautifully fun card too! and musk sticks… now you are talking my language, reminds me of my childhood, I didn’t know you could still get them.

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