Edited to add the winner: I used random.org to pick the winner:
YaY Beverly! I’ll be reaching out to you for your information to pass along to Penny Black. Although it hasn’t been posted anywhere except here [for now], the next Woodblock Wednesday is:
- Wednesday, April 26th
Welcome to the March Woodblock Wednesday! I’m so glad that you stopped by! This is a blog feature that I’ve had off and on for years. I still have many woodblock stamps so I’ve decided to make this a recurring monthly post + challenge.
This month I’m so happy to welcome Penny Black as my guest and sponsor:
One random project that links up by 5 am pacific Monday, March 27th will win:
- $50 Shopping spree to PennyBlackInc.com
Woooooo Hoooooo, another FUN Woodblock Wednesday!
I’d like to introduce Jill Foster, Social Media Director of PennyBlackInc.com who is getting inky with me today! First up is Jill and her gorgeous projects:
A note from Jill:
The featured woodblock stamps are 2304F Seeing your Face and 1436K Hedgehog Joy. I’ve also included a graphic showing some, not all, of our woodblock stamps featured as “Fan Favorites” in our newest release, Cherished 2023. All of the newest “Fan Favorite” woodblock stamps are listed and linked within this blog post (near the end of the post) if your readers would like that info.
Check out this YouTube over on the PennyBlack channel, make sure you subscribe!
I loved Jill’s video! So many tips + techniques because I struggle with crafty decision fatigue all the time!
Make sure you visit their shop and follow + subscribe to all their social media channels:
Here’s how I was inspired:
Thank you to Penny Black for sending me this adorable woodblock stamp!
I stamped the image with Versafine Onyx on watercolor paper. It’s been colored with Zig Clean Color Brush Markers and their fabulous blender.
The sentiment? It was typed with my vintage Olympia:
I have another project idea brewing that I’ll feature in the next couple of weeks! Here are the woodblock stamps that Jill + I used:
I can’t wait to see how you’re inspired! Link up your:
- newly created project
- Use a woodblock stamp as the focal point
- Please use the hashtags: #woodblockwednesday #woodblockstamps
- linky closes 5 am pacific Monday, March 27th
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!Click here to enter
13 thoughts on “Call Me | Woodblock Wednesday”
AWW so cute Amy; love your sweet card! I keep forgetting how genius it is to TYPE out a sentiment! I have a retro typewriter I should try this with~
Beautiful cards. I love that one by Jill and yours Amy so cute. So neat you use your typewriter. Thank you to Penny Black for being a sponsor.
What an adorable card Amy!!!
Awh! Amy, I just love your card! It’s perfection!! Thanks so much for inviting Penny Black to sponsor, for your kind words, and for including my cards in your post. Myself and Penny Black are completely honored!
All 3 cards are so sweet! Fabulous coloring! I hope to play along this time.
Fab card! Totally love it! Maybe next time I will pull out my Penny black Stamps….
Adorable cards! Love the cute hedgies and the mouse! Fun idea to use your vintage typewriter for your sentiment, Amy… I wish I still had mine! I’m thoroughly enjoying revisiting some of my woodblock stamps for the challenge!
Thanks to Penny Black for being a sponsor!
Penny Black surely are my FAVORITE wood block stamps. What a fun card you created and fabulous prize! Just found this challenge and I will join in soon!!
Super cute card!! Love that you typed your own sentiment! Hmm…I didn’t prepare for this, but I am just seeing a Penny Black woodblock stamp in the back row of my collection. Going to play now…
Love your cute card, Amy! I’m always inspired by Jill’s work & great videos–love her card! As I said on IG, PB was one of the first companies I was introduced to & I still have more of their woodblock stamps than will fit in one storage box. Just got my card made & will post it soon. Thanks to PB for the generous prize!
Fabulous sponsor and WONDERFUL cards!!
fabulous challenge – I have linked:)
ps do I need to add a photo of the woodblock stamp I used?
Amy, I’m new to your blog and also to this fun challenge. Thank you for inspiring us to use those beautiful woodblock stamps! I love that phone booth and sweet hedgie… Have a great weekend.
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