A bright tomorrow

Today the Penny Black blog is featuring cards using the new transparent set “A Bright Tomorrow”. It is a set of very pretty snowflakes, Christmas balls and a little wreath. I used the emboss resist method to create my swirling snow scene. All the images were stamped and embossed in clear before I sponged over the whole panel with a mix of blue and lilac Memento inks. I cut the panel in three then popped it up on the card base.

If you are looking for a challenge to participate in pop over to Cheryl’s blog for this week’s One Layer Wednesday challenge.


Stamps: A Bright Tomorrow, Hello WinterĀ (PB)
Inks:Ā Memento Summer Sky, Danube Blue, Lulu Lavender, Bahama Blue, Versafine Onyx Black, Versamark(Tsukineko)

14 Comments on “A bright tomorrow”

  1. Gabby says:

    Beautiful card! The swirls and snowflakes look like winter fireworks! šŸ™‚

  2. Marja says:

    In one word: FABULOUS.
    Lovely greet

  3. shirley-bee says:

    Love the swirly snowflakes, and the awesome sponging, as always.

  4. Magee says:

    Love your techniques you are a true “artist”. – I was wondering what size your cards are I don’t see the measurements on your blog. Also wondered do you matching envelopes as well. So happy to see your new creations. – Thanks for sharing!

  5. Simone Silva says:

    All your creations are beautiful … I loved the ethereal tone of this card.

  6. miche says:

    love the swirling snow scene

  7. Lindsey says:

    Beautiful as always! I love the sense of movement to this card.

  8. Snoopy says:

    Stunning card!

    Snoopy šŸ˜€
    Snoopy’s Homemade Fun

  9. Marita S says:

    You can really feel the Peace in this card! Love it!!

  10. Mary H. says:

    Just WOW!!!!! Maybe AWESOME as well!! TFS

  11. This is lovely. Tracy x

  12. Jan Castle says:

    Trying to catch up with all your posts….gone for a week. This card is stunning Heather. TFS!
    Paper Hugs,

  13. KatieP says:

    Such a gorgeous card! Always love your techniques.

  14. Chris R. says:

    Amazing artistry!!! I too would like to know the size you would generally use.

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