Saturday, June 18, 2016

{SS} Framed Poppies Garden

Hi everyone-
Have you missed me?  Well, I hope so, cause I have missed you all!
Things are still hectic around here, but they are going a lot smoother.
  
I've been staring at my stamps for weeks, so today I decided to actually make the time to do some crafting!  The idea for this card has been buzzing in my head, since having a conversation with my friend Amanda!   So I had to get it out. 

All the items used can be found at SweetStamps and are linked back to the shop.
I stamped Italian Writing in Tuxedo black ink and sponged Antique Linen. 
Then I laid a thin layer of translucent embossing paste, using Kitchen Floor stencil. 
To accentuate Poppies Garden flowers; which were colored with Copics and fussy cut, I applied a black frame around it!

In the picture, the card looks a little warped but, once I put it between a few heavy books, it will straighten out!  

I hope you are all haveing a great weekend, see you soon. 

Hugs. 

15 comments :

  1. Wow! Those poppies pop against that gorgeous background and black frame! Gorgeous!

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    1. You are just the best Tina!!! Thank you so much for swinging by and leaving such a beautiful comment! Hugs.

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  2. Absolutely beautiful! Love your design ☺

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  3. This is very elegant and beautiful, Caplyso. The red poppies fits perfect with the black frame/background. LOVE it !

    Imke ~ My Crafty Place

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  4. Gorgeous. Are the poppies fussy cut?

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    1. Thank you Joyce and yes, they are fussy cut! :)

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  5. This card is stunning, looks like a piece to be framed and hung on display.

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  6. This is incredible Nazeema!! So different and uniquely beautiful!!

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    1. Thank you so much Nancy!!! I've been trying to use more of my supplies!! :)

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  7. How did I miss commenting on this?! I'm so glad a conversation we had inspired this gorgeous piece of art. You are amazingly talented my friend!

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