You are in my thoughts.............

Hello Friends, Just a super quick post today. So little time and so much to do. IMG_1974

I used my new favorite black Copic marker that allows me to add eyelashes with ease. I also added creases to the smile. What do you think?


I heard that an eight year old is going through some ugly chemo so I had to make her a happy card. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Don't forget to comment at SRM I love the many products they are giving away!! Next week will be full of posts and I can't wait to share. Happy stamping! Hugs,Kathy



This is a time senstivie post. You can win something wonderful!!

count your blessings

Hello again friends, did I capture your interest?? Today and tomorrow SRM is show casing some beautiful work with Marvy products. I am happy to report they are awesome and all the ladies on the DT loved working with these inventive products.  I highly recommend you stop by SRM's blog  because  SRM will be giving away 4 complete Punch systems and 4 complete paper trimming systems from Marvy!You can get all of the details at SRM's blog and you have until this weekend to leave your comments etc. Good luck :)

count your blessings

I started out using Marvy punches and never had a problem with them. You can imagine how thrilled I was to know that we would be receiving Marvy's new punch and paper trimming systems. When I say "systems" it's because they have wonderful blades and cartridge's that are compact, easy to use and excellent quality!! I am not one to read directions and I am happy to report I never had to read any for these new products. Everything is labeled so well you can't make a mistake.

For the top card I used one of Marvy's decorative blades for the orange frame. It was soooo easy and quick. I just cut my paper in a square then rolled the blade down the edges of my square and in seconds I was finished with a pretty frame!!

All of these mini cards were made with Marvy's CLEVER LEVER QUICK BORDERS CRAFT PUNCH here. You will love the different cartridges that are beautiful, handy, small and compact. The best part is that you don't have to keep aligning your paper like you have to with regular punches that's a big time saver for me. They also cut through thick cards stock like butter. I really did fall in love with these products and wouldn't make anything up to "sell" you.


The one is cool ... so easy to thread your ribbon.

This snowflake on can be used as a focal point rather than a boarder. 
If you have any question please email me. If you didn't see my giveaway scroll down to my next post. Have a great day ! Hugs, Kathy


The Winner is ..... and a new giveaway!

Hello Friends,
I am so excited to announce the winner of my latest blog candy.
Congratulations  Sharon D. from Canada! I am so excited for you to get this loot of yummy Penny Black Stamps.

Don't feel bad if you didn't win. I have something else for you.
I pre-ordered these dies and guess what...I forgot and purchased them on eBay. I know crazy but, now I have two and one for you.

Spellbinder Giveaway 

All you have to do is add your name to the list below and you do NOT need a blog to enter :)

Thanks for stopping by the Penny Black BLOG yesterday and leaving a comment. Your support means the world to me. A comment here or there is always appreciated and keeps me creating. You all are the best. Thanks sooosooo much! I'll be back Thursday because SRM is doing a huge feature on Marvy's newest and coolest punches. Hugs, Kathy



An ornament for the Penny Black blog

Hello Friends, I hope you had a nice weekend? Did you set your clocks back like we did here in the east?? It was nice to have that extra hour! Today I am sharing a chipboard ornament I made for the PB blog. If you feel like making a comment maybe you will be inclined to leave it at PB's blog instead?
Stop back tomorrow I will announce the winner of my blog candy and have a new Spellbinder new die to give away :)

Jingle all the way

I love the quality of this chipboard ornament. In the center is a die shape from  CC&M that I traced and cut out to create a window.

Jingle all the way
Sometimes I color on top of the chipboard but, for this one I traced the ornament onto white paper, cut it out, stamped, distress it and then glued it down AFTER I CUT OUT THE WINDOW. If you have questions please feel free to email me. Have a great day! Hugs, Kathy
To order the die cut and chipboard ornament check out Creative Cuts and More's store here.

Supplies: Just click for more info :)
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