November 14, 2011

PB&J is back!

Well, after a low-carb break from PB and J last week, I'm back with a new video on the Penny Black blog today! :) Click HERE to watch the video. Here's a look at the set of cards created, each using this beautiful Penny Black stamp, Poinsettia Script:
available from Mementos HERE

See you tomorrow with a new featured artist!



14 comments :

Paula (PEP) said...

I love the way that the design on each of these extends beyond the edge of the card. The dimension on the trees one is just delightful & the way the twine around the tree echoes the dry embossed background. The way you have grounded those trees is brilliant.
Thank you so much for a lovely start to my week.
Paula (PEP)

Joan B said...

gorgeous!! love your videos. would love to know how you get the rhinestones on the twine....assuming it is a glue dot?

Barb said...

I love the beautiful colors you always use on your cards, Jill! These are all so beautiful!

jen said...

Jill you just amaze me!! You make it look so easy :). Keep up the great work...I love watching your videos. Have a super week.
Hugs,jen

Elizabeth Allan said...

Jill you certainly know how to start off a Monday!! Three fabulous designs from one stamp.

Jill said...

Thanks, Joan B. I adhere the rhinestones to the twine using a little dot of Glossy Accents. HUGS!

Julie Ebersole said...

Oh Emm Geee da' LOVERLIES!!! ..............THUD!!!

Bast said...

These are just gorgeous! I really love seeing what you do with the Penny Black images. When I started stamping years ago I bought quite a few of the PB stamps. I had no clue what to do with them and would stamp the flowers in dark ink to look like shadows. I absolutely love what you do with those stamps! Thanx for sharing and for all of the inspiration!

KimMJ
bast830@comcast.net

Tiffany said...

Love that you used the BG stamp on the trees as well, beautiful trio of cards!

Joan B said...

ah, glossy accents! of course. thanks!

Anne said...

Gorgeous as always Jill! You always inspire me with with something new each week!

sheila said...

I love how you get the absolute most out of each and every stamp Jill! This is fantastic and really makes me look at my stamps differently....as in how can I stretch them (and myself) in different directions. Thanks!

Dawn said...

I really enjoyed the video Jill. You are so talented.. How amazing what you can do with one stamp.

Dotty Jo said...

In a word - wow! Jo x