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Thu 11

Sweet Pea Flowers
by Michele K. Henderson



Hello Everyone!

Welcome to Day 2 of our Poppystamps Blog Blitz! Join us every day from May 10 - May 21 to see beautiful inspiration and ideas from our brand new May release! We will be giving away a prize on every post during this time. To enter for a chance to win, leave a comment on EACH post that you wish to enter. To enter ALL the posts during the blog blitz you need to leave a comment on EACH ONE. One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz. Only one per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from the comments. You have until midnight US EST May 22 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will be announced on May 24.


Today I am sharing a card I created with the brand new Sweet Pea Flowers! I love how they drop down in a big beautiful burst of petals. In the morning, their tiny cups fill with dew and drip down for all the woodland creatures to enjoy!

I knew I wanted to use foam pop dots in order to add more dimension to the card, but I had to figure out a way to be able to piece the tiny petals of the flowers in place without falling out. So I cut a fan-shaped piece of card stock stock out and glued it to the back of the flower heads.


Once the petals were all glued in place, I added the foam pop dots and then glued the flower to my card base.


Then I added Mushrooms and Toadstools, and a few forest friends from Bellina Corner, Serene Rabbit and Bunny Hop. There's another little surprise too, a Magnificent Mini Faerie! She's part of our new May release too.


How would you like to add the Sweet Pea Flowers to your collection? Just leave a comment on this post for an opportunity to win!

Thanks so much for joining me today!

Michele Floral Signature copy







I love this card! You did not mention what you used for the grassy background. Is that a retired die? Could you let us know what it is? Thank you!

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