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07/08/2017

Sat 08

Big Love
by Irena Kowalczyk

I love summer and its colors. Today my card is full of bright colors.
I used to use my favorites: blue and green.

Love5p

Background:
- white gesso,
- structural paste + stencil,
- stamps "Studio Blotter" + black ink Archival
- distress ink "Twisted citron, Evergreen bough, Peacock feathers"

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I cut out:
- twice the tags in white and kraft paper,
- the inscription "Big Luxe Love"
- "Scribble Flower Circle"

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I added the background on the white tag and used the stamps
butterflies from "Friends and Flowers" set.
Finally, I added some black spots.

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With this card goodbye with the wonderful Design Team, and I wish you many creative moments with Poppystamps products.

Hugs!

Irena Floral Signature copy


Supplies


Comments

Super beau !! Le fond est splendide !!
Bises
Thaly

Great mixed media project and love the colours, the layout and how you popped the tag on, the other way up x Thank you for the inspiration x

Irena, you are so creative! I've love your posts. They were so inspiring, and full of ideas I'd have never thought of! Always cards that had an extra spark! Blessings to you!

Not just bright but fresh too :) I loved it a lot :)

Hi Irena, This card is fabulous !! It reminds me of an ocean scene with a sandy beach, I love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Your cards are always so different and love the colours too thanks for sharing.

This card is so fresh and summery. Beautiful! I always look for your projects, you are so talented.

Beautiful colors

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