Monday, September 19, 2011

Miss You Hedgie

A little bit of plain fun with a Penny Black hedgie from their "Hello Friend" clear stamp set.  I realise that I did not do anything extraordinary with this card, but sometimes that's ok.  I actually just wanted to colour him in just the way it is in the art work at the back of the set.  No paper piecing, no stickles, no glossy accents, just a plain little card!

Paper: cardstock (PTI); Neenah; patterned paper (unknown)
Ink: Mememto; Copics
Stamps: Penny Black (Hello Friend); PTI (sentiment)
Other: paper flower; Natural hemp; dimensional squares; EK postage stamp border punch

Just as I said, nice and plain.  I simply popped up the central mat.  I like the twine wrapped around in three strings, it's something different to do from time to time!

Thank you for popping in!  We should be back late tomorrow afternoon!  Have a wonderful start to your week!

11 comments:

Elizabeth Allan said...

Terrific Brenda! Love the elevated layer with the wrapped twine and cute flower.

Anne said...

Hi Brenda- I think your card is so charming just as it is!! Sometimes less is more :)

Barb said...

Adorable card, Bren! colored beautifully and love the twine with the little flower! :)

Lisa said...

Just goes to show how adorable a card can be when the image is all on it's own! The pp and the twine with that flower button are the perfect compliments to this :) Super sweet!

Stella said...

Awe...this is so darn cute; and gorgeous!
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Donna Bowman said...

He's so cute. Love your coloring! I like the blue color scheme too - that's nice patterned paper.

Michelle said...

Brenda, you color these little hedgies so sweetly! Love the rustic twine and pattern paper!
Hope you are having a great time here in New York!

Rosemary said...

your little hedgie is just adorable, brenda!

Dawn said...

very cute Brenda. It is so sweet. Love those hedgies

Tiffany said...

Sometimes, 'plain' and fresh cards are the best designs around! Love your sweet little hedgie!

Emily Leiphart said...

Awww, this is simply adorable! I love the postage stamp edge and seeing this little hedgehog makes me want to twiddle his nose. LOL