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Soft pink poppies & a give away

You can find me over on the Foiled Fox blog today sharing all the details about this soft summery card. It reminds me of one I made a couple of years ago with an all over poppy pattern. I used distress stains and markers to get a loose watery look then gold embossing powder for the sentiment and some gold splatter. You can read about my process on the Foiled Fox blog.

I have teamed up with the Foiled Fox today to not only share this card but also a GIVEAWAY! If you comment here or on the Foiled Fox blog you will be entered to win a $25 gift certificate to spend at the Foiled Fox online store. You have until the end of Sunday, July 8th to enter.

For extra entries you can follow Foiled Fox or me on youtube, instagram or pinterest. All the links are listed below.

4. Foiled Fox blog and Heather Telford blog (you’re here already!)

Enjoy your summer days!

Supplies

Stamps: spontaneous joy 40-597, happy wishes 30-419

Paper: cold pressed watercolour, neenah natural white

Inks & Stains: versamark (tsukineko) spun sugar, tattered rose, forest moss distress stains, abandoned coral mini ink pad, black soot distress markers (ranger)

Also: metallic rich gold embossing powder (WOW), stamping platform

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30 Comments on “Soft pink poppies & a give away”

  1. memalagene says:

    Gorgeous card! I love the soft images!

  2. Lynn leduc says:

    Wow, this is a sure winner.lt is amazing!

  3. Swh2013 says:

    Oh Heather, this card is so beautiful. I love the summery aspect of the card.

  4. mypaperpassion says:

    What a beautiful card! I love the softness and colors of the flowers. I never even thought about stamping with my Distress Stains. I’m definitely trying that! Thank you for sharing.

  5. Sara Beasley says:

    Pink.is not normally my color but these poppies are beautiful. I will use this technique soon. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Georgia Gunn says:

    Such a beautiful card. Love this technique.

  7. Denise Bryant says:

    Absolutely gorgeous card! Love the dreamy effect with the soft colors and beautiful flowers! I came her from the Foiled Fox blog!

  8. diana says:

    Lovely card!

  9. Pat says:

    What sweet and pretty poppies, and love the loose watercolour look you have used for them Heather, and the gold sentiment and spattering complements them beautifully. x

  10. mjmarmo says:

    Simply stunning! Love these flowers!

  11. Robin Orewiler says:

    This is gorgeous.

  12. Gery says:

    Saw your beautiful card on Pinteresr this evening, Heather.
    It looks gorgeous ❤️.
    Gery

  13. Karen Jackson says:

    What a delightfully soft card, Heather, and a heartwarming sentiment to complement the piece. I love the gold splatters. The nicest coloured summer poppies anywhere.

  14. stamperamma says:

    Heather this is stunning. I love the soft pink.

  15. maureenchandler says:

    I love this soft pink – your card is just lovely! Thank you so much for sharing!

  16. Jane says:

    I love the soft color of these. Do you have a video of this technique?

  17. Kris Reeves says:

    I have to try this technique with my distress stains! Lovely…

  18. Jan Castle says:

    Beautifully done Heather! Everything about this card speaks of beauty, kindness, and love! Thank you so much for sharing this with us all!!!!!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  19. Clelie says:

    As always…my first look at your new creations takes my breath away and releases a quiet “Oh… how Beautiful!” sigh!!! ♥♥♥

  20. Michel Espey says:

    Beautiful card.

  21. Rufus says:

    As always your card is so pretty. I do follow you on your blog and YouTube and love to see you putting out some videos.

  22. Marisela Delgado says:

    What a lovely card! So beautiful!

  23. Alice Hu says:

    Beautiful card! I can’t wait to head to YouTube to watch your techiques!

  24. Mrs. Jackson says:

    Could you use re inker ink instead of stains with the same effect?

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

    • Heather says:

      Hi,
      I’m not sure if you would get the same effect but you are not the first one to ask me so I should do some experimenting. I think you might need to dilute the reinker ink a bit.

  25. lisascreativeniche says:

    Beautiful soft flowers!

  26. bbaxterj says:

    Heather, your cards are absolutely gorgeous! They are almost ethereal!

  27. […] to have new cards to share and a WINNER to announce.  I teamed up with the Foiled Fox to host a giveaway just two short weeks ago and I’m very happy to announce that Lagene is the randomly chosen […]


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