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Sunday, 10 June 2012

Penny Black Saturday Challenge Week 205

Hello Fellow bloggers,

Welcome to my latest Followers, thank you so much for joining me, I really appreciate it.

This week over at Penny Black Saturday Challenge (http://pennybfriendssaturdaychallenge.blogspot.co.uk/) the theme is Red, White and Blue.  I know the Jubilee is over but I have decided to keep my bunting up until after the Olympics so I thought I would do something different this week and make a bunting banner.


I have never thought to make my own before but I really enjoyed this.  I used Tim Holtz Distress card, added my Penny Black 'miniful' stamp, which I love, added a flag to the cat's hand which was made from a free download from Pink Petticoat, with a hat pin from Wild Orchid Crafts as the flag pole.  The bunting was cut from the TH card and the button at the bottom is from my wonderful Papermania Portobello Road paper pack.  The hanger is bakers twine.  I finished the edges off with some cotton lace from my stash.

Edited to add: My other card using this delightful mini stamp is being featured today on Christine Emberson's wonderful blog http://hope-chances.blogspot.co.uk/

If you visit I hope you will leave me a comment and I will do my best to return the compliment.  Thanks for looking.  Crafty hugs, Anne x

18 comments:

  1. What a Fabulous Bunting Anne, I just love how you have put it all to-gether. Like you I love Red, White & Blue. Hugs Rita xxx

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  2. Hi Anne...I sooo love that miniful stamp!!! It adds so much fun to the bunting. This will look fabulous on display at your place (though I do hope the Aussies have some wins along the way at the Olympics too lol)
    Dot x

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  3. Love your bunting Anne. Noticed you being highlighted on Christine's blog with your amazing drawer card. It certainly stood out in my humble opinion. Congrats on that. Hugs, Buttons x

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  4. Gorgeous creation Anne, love how its all come together so perfect!! I popped over to see your fabulous box card being highlighted at Christines...just beautiful makes.. Hugs May x x x

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  5. very creative..i love it! xxx

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  6. This is fabulous Anne - you're so inventive! No wonder you enjoyed making it! Glad you're having fun - our meal out was lovely by the way and thanks for asking! Do take care and crry on crafting! Hugs Rachel xx

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  7. This is fabulous Anne ,so inventive... love it.xxx

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  8. Anne, this is adorable! I've really enjoyed using my Portobello kit, , and this and am now trying to use it up in other ways, so you may just have inspired me...haaa!
    Thanks so much for the message you left for me, re: my green card. Boy, I struggled with that one!.....love green, but struggle with monochromatic.....sheeeesh!

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  9. An amazing project Anne. Love the Penny Black stamp with the Mini its fab!

    Sarah x

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  10. Wow what a brilliant ittle pennant, me darlin its just great, love it xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  11. Lovely banner Anne it reminds of my first car - a mini 1984 not quite the mini today, they are so posh.

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  12. Your bunting will definetly bring the Olympians good luck, when does that start anyway? I love watching them! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  13. Hi Anne, loving your bunting banner, the little miniful with mini flags is fantastic. It's really striking and beautifully made and will be great for the olympics. Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog and my apologises for not getting to visit you more often. Have a great week. xx

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  14. wow another fabulous anne creation...love it...thanks for joining in the fun at Penny Black Saturday...hugs kath xxx

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  15. Hi Redanne, what a lovely falg, just great done!
    Hugs Claudia

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  16. WOW...this is fabulous Redanne!!! What a marvelous design...love that you did it on a banner!!!!

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  17. So wonderful! I watched some of the Jubilee on the "tellie". Did you see that diamond broach the Queen had on? I bet in person it is really spectacular. Wow! I guess I told you but we have been out of town and I wonder if I will ever be able to catch up on my blog snooping.
    Sandy

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