Popping poppies

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Ever since I got this beautiful poppy set I have been planning to stamp it in a single colour.   Red seemed an obvious choice.  I arranged my poppies across the white rectangle and then matted them but felt that I wanted something more, but only a little something.  I decided to emboss the poppies on the background white in white embossing powder, a technique I saw on this beautiful card made by Jak Heath.  I’m afraid I have not been able to capture the effect very well with my camera, but trust me, there are white poppies embossed at the top and bottom of the card!  I added a bit of that sweet gingham ribbon and that was it,  a simpler and faster treatment for the poppy patch stamps.

Thanks for dropping in.

Supplies:

Stamps:  Poppy Patch (Flourishes)
Inks:   Real Red, Versamark
Cardstock: Whisper white, Real Red
Also:  Red gingham  ribbon, white embossing powder


7 Comments on “Popping poppies”

  1. Sheila says:

    What a lovely card Heather and those poppies are stunning, TFS! Sheila

  2. Gvendalen says:

    So beautiful card! Love image and vibrant color

  3. Pauline says:

    Simply beautiful. With that stamp the possibilites are endly. Looking forward to seeing you use it again :o)

  4. Janine says:

    Just gorgeous Heather!! Hope you have a great week.

  5. The red and white is striking, but clean and cheerful. I like this look for the poppies. I always love white on white embossing, too. And that gingham ribbon — perfect. I just love the whole package!

  6. Rose Ann says:

    Wow…this is so striking and beautiful!!

  7. WOW! This is SO eyecatching in the single color! What a beautiful Flourishes card!


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