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Merci Poppy Poem Card

Hi Everyone! I have a simple card to show you today that features one of my favorite Penny Black stamps.

I decided to go with a traditional poppy color but this image could really go in any direction (maybe I'll show ya later). First I stamped the entire image on white cardstock. Then I stamped the flowers on orange cardstock 3 times. The first layer was cut out and taped to the white image. For the second layer I cut between the petals and added Glossy Accents. When the Glossy Accents was almost dry I bent the petals. For the final layer I just cut out the center petals and added Glossy Accents. I put all the layers together before they dried (including the button) so no extra tape was required. I finished the card by stamping the flower image with VersaMark on the blue mat and adding some string and the sentiment.


Thanks for stopping by today!
Materials:
Stamps: Penny Black Poppy Poem, Salutations
Ink: Memories Black Dye Ink
Paper: Papertrey Ink Summer Sunrise, Hawaiian Shores, Simply Chartreuse, Kraft; Neenah White
Other: Button, String, Copics, Glossy Accents

Comments

Tiffany Ervin said…
LOVE the subtle colors of the stems and leaves and then the pop of yellow really makes the card glow! Beautiful!
Kathy Martin said…
Lovely and creative! Love the text/script across your flower! :)
Virginia L. said…
"Aw... " I said that every time I see you cards! This is so sweet as you showcase the image so beautifully. That touch of button is ingenious!
Kelly Booth said…
Gorgeous Ashley...i LOVE what you did with this flower!!
Lin said…
This is SO lovely, Ashley! That script mixed with the flower is so appealing! Beautifully colored, too.
scotlacey said…
You call it simple. . .I call it lovely. I really enjoy this sort of understated elegance.
Vanessa said…
This is gorgeous! Love your perfect card!
Alice said…
wow! this is gorgeous Ashley! beautiful image! love it!

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