Penny Black stamps and cards

Yippeeeeeee. These are ny new Penny Black slapstick stamps which I think are exceptional value for money at only £4.50 each. They come with a lovely thick foam mounted backing ready for you to put on an acrylic block. When you think that a downloadable digi image costs approx £2-£3 and you get these to keep forever, that seems to me to be a good buy. The price for these stamps differs quite a lot from shop too shop. The cheapest I found and bought, were from  http://www.craftyideasbykaz.co.uk/ and they were free p&p too.
While I am on the subject of Penny Black stamps, how many of you know about The PENNY BLACK AT ALLSORTS MONTHLY CHALLENGE BLOG    http://pennyblackatallsorts.blogspot.com/    which is sponsored by Penny Black itself . If you pop over you will be able to check out this month's challenge and see the 4  PENNY BLACK STAMPS THAT ARE UP FOR GRABS. As the challenge runs for a whole month you have plenty of time to get your entry in. If you don't have any Penny Black stamps there are allways plenty of images available to purchase on e-bay. Anyway I thought I would give you a little inspiration by showing you some of the cards I have made in the past with my PB stamps.



7 comments:

Riet said...

What a beautiful cards Shirley,I love the images and your papers.

Hugs Riet.x

sparklygirl-Tina said...

Hi Shirl

Wow what great value those new PB stamps are! Thanks for the reminder of the PB challenge blog too - must get my finger out and create a card to enter the challenge as the prizes are great!

Love all your card inspirations you pack so much detail into your cards and all are totally gorgeous that I can't pick a favourite as I like 'em all!

Take care and see you soon.

Tina
X

brenda said...

Wonderful inspiration Shirley.

I am a big fan of slapsticks as well, they are such good value and stamp out just as well as a wood monuted stamp.

The little girls with the umberella colours up beautifully, well they all do but of course we all have aour favourites and I think mine is still the little girl with the bunnies.

When it came out in the Summer I just had to have it....call me sentimental, but it reminds me so much of a a picture of myself when I was about three, one of the lovely 50's hats and coats and the obligatory T bar shoes.

Have a good weekend.

B x

Jules said...

Hi Shirley

Lots of lovely Penny Black loveliness!!

Have a great weekend.

Love Jules xx

Linby said...

Thank you for the lovely comment you left on my blog.
Thanks also for the link to the cheaper PBs!
I love these cards, that first DP is so clean and simple and I wouldn't have thought to use it-the effect is fab.Love that blue dotty paper effect too.
Lynn x

Netty said...

Lovely cards, love the purple one especially. Thanks for your comments on my blog and also for the tip about the Allsorts challenge. I've given it a go as PB stamps were the reason I got into stamping, and remain one of my top favourite brands. Thanks for the inspiration.
Netty

Kay Carley said...

These are all so sweet!! x

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