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Painted Poppies Card Set - Part 1

Hi there

I'm a bit behind with my posting, so I thought I'd pop in and share a set of cards I've made with the Painted Poppies Bundle, which I'm pleased to say has carried over the to new 2020-21 Annual Catalogue. I'll share the first 2 cards today and the other 2 later in the week.

These cards are intended to be a coordinated set with the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper, which sadly, will be retiring (but is still available at the moment). We might think of poppies as primarily being red, because they are used as a flower of remembrance. However, poppies come in a heap of colours and are such pretty spring flowers.

Stampin' Up! Painted Poppies Bundle - Judy May, Just Judy Designs, Melbourne

For this card I have used a black card base and then added a layer of Poppy Parade card stock that I ran through with Subtle 3D Embossing Folder, although you can't see this very well in the photo. Next up is a panel of the Peaceful Poppies Designer Paper cut shorter and with a tiny border of white to help it pop. I've stamped the stemmed flower, coloured just the stem and the bud and then die cut it with a stitched oval. The smaller of the 2 poppy flowers was stamped and coloured and popped up over the stem. I've chosen to fussy cut it on the line but you can crop it with the coordinating dies. The greeting is from the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set and cropped with one of the Stitched Rectangle Dies. Underneath the greeting is a portion of the doily die that comes with the coordinating Painted Labels Dies. I've finished it with a bow using the Glittered Organdy Ribbon.

Stampin' Up! Painted Poppies Bundle - Judy May, Just Judy Designs, Melbourne

For this card, I started with a Thick Whisper White card base. I've cut a card-base sized piece of Poppy Parade card stock and heat embossed the greeting from the Peaceful Moments stamp set in white in the corner. Next I added a piece of my favourite Pool Party design from the Peaceful Poppies DSP pack, which I cut on an angle and then added a border of the Pool Party striped design. White Baker's Twine was wrapped twice around and finished in a bow on the right. I can't believe that this twine is retiring (and has now sold out) as it has been a staple in my craft tool box for 10 years. Because of the angle you will need to use some tape on the back to keep the twine in place.  This whole panel was adhered to the front of the white card base.  I dry enbossed a small piece of Pool Party card stock and cropped it with a stitched circle for the base of my embellishment. The small flower was stamped and coloured, along with some leaves and adhered to the circle. I finished with 3 gold sequins from the Peaceful Poppies Sequins.


Project Details
Stamps Painted Poppies, Itty Bitty Birthdays, Peaceful Moments
Card stock & Papers Whisper White, Basic Black, Poppy Parade, Pool Party, Peaceful Poppies DSP
 Ink Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark
Accessories Glittered Organdy Ribbon, Peaceful Poppies Sequins, White Baker's Twine
Tools     Painted Labels Dies, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Stitched Shapes Dies, Subtle 3D EF, Big Shot, Dimensionals, Tombow glue, Stampin' Blends (Poppy Parade, Granny Apple Green), White EP, Heat Gun


If you don't have a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, I would love to help you out.  Place an order with me for $50 or more using the current month's Host Code (shown in the side bar on the right) and you will receive the May IDEAS Fun & Fancy Folds Tutorial Bundle for FREE (normally $10). It contains 72 pages of crafty inspiration and 12 projects for Babies & Children!  I will email you the PDF file within 24 hours of your order being confirmed.  

I'll be back later in the week with the second part of my Painted Poppies card set.

Thanks for visiting me today!



Beautiful cards. Amazing how versatile this suite of products is.

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