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Thu 22

by Nancy Penir


Nearly Spring Greetings, Poppystamp lovers! I'm bringing bright hopes for sunshine today, with a happy colorful card!


The focal image for my card is a new die called, Garden Bouquet. So sweet and clean, and I kept it that way with just a few bits of color inserted back into the butterflies and flower centers.


Double Stitch Scalloped Rectangle Frames provided pretty pink framing for my bouquet and sentiment.


I slipped out the small die cuts to color, and added the color with copics. the larger flowers and butterfly bodies were added with Nuvo drops.


I just apply the drops to a piece of acetate in the size and color I want. When dry, just lift off and glue onto your card.

I love that through the cold grey of winter, the hope of Spring is around the corner! Are you creating Spring cards? Poppy has some beautiful stamps and dies with Spring themes to choose from!

Thanks for the visit, and happy crafting!

Nancy Floral Signature copy







What a lovely inlay card. This is so spring like and I love the colors and the dies.

So beautiful! xxx

Hi Nancy, A beautiful bright and happy card, with my favourite scalloped rectangles dies and this beautiful spray of paper-pieced flowers, gorgeous !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

At first look, I didn't notice how creatively you put the card together. I love how you used the inlays on both the "Scalloped Rectangle Frames" and "Garden Bouquet " dies. I thought the saying was a die cut, but it was a stamp in white. Your techniques make me want to purchase those dies and the stamp set and also make me rethink the dies I have!

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