Pop, pop, poppy

Pop,pop,poppy Heather Telford

I created this panel a very long time ago and then didn’t use it. I think I had a bit of poppy overload earlier in the year so I didn’t feel like turning it into a card. I found it this week in a clean up and decided to add a sentiment and complete the card. All the little white flecks over the poppy indicate that I splattered masking fluid over the paper to begin, then I inked the stamp with distress stains. I am just guessing (‘cos I don’t remember) that I spritzed the stamped image to created the watery and feathery edges. I did let it dry before adding the black lines with a marker over the top of the purple petals. This poppy stamp is quite large so my card is a bit larger than usual also.

Thanks for dropping by.

Supplies:

Stamps: Pop Pop Poppy  (PB)
Inks: Dusty Concord, Bundled Sage distress stains (Ranger), Memento Tuxedo Black, Northern Pine, Elderberry inks (Imagine Craft/Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper
Also: Winsor & Newton masking fluid

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6 Comments on “Pop, pop, poppy”

  1. craftytreen says:

    that is a lovely card. I just bought this stamp and i’m waiting now for it to come. I cant wait to try it.

  2. Pat says:

    I adore this large purple poppy Heather and was well worth finishing and showing on here. I never tire of them and they are certainly one of my favourite flowers. x

  3. Mary Jensen says:

    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL Heather!! I’m glad you found it and shared it! God Bless!

  4. Elizabeth says:

    So glad you rediscovered this poppy panel – it’s beautiful. Elizabeth xx

  5. judi44 says:

    Heather, I really LOVE the looks of this card. Thank you for sharing with us. I have NOT tried this technique yet but (scaredy cat, me) this gives me inspiration to try it.
    With Love Judi

  6. Lindsey says:

    I’ve been there… trying to resurrect the steps to a card long after the fact. I love the intensity of the purple with the softer sage green.


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