21 posts categorized "Wreath"


Thu 20

Scribble Flower Thanks
by Sue McRae

Hello crafty friends! Sue here with a clean and simple card for you.


I started off by making my background panel using water colour paper and very loosely painting it with blues and purples. While this dried I die cut the Scribble Flower Circle from blue metallic card stock.

Next I created the frame for the card by die cutting the Thanks Corner from white card stock.


When the background panel was dry I die cut the Atessa Collage from the bottom right corner. I didn't want all the little pieces from the die cut to come out so I used an old warpy cutting plate with my Big Shot and this prevented the die from cutting all the way through the paper, leaving all the bits in place and easy to adhere to the card base.


I attached the thanks frame next and then the wreath but felt like it needed something else so I die cut a few flowers from silver glitter paper from the Daisy Cluster and adhered them around the wreath.


To finished off I added a few silver embellishments.

Thanks for visiting with me today!

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Tue 29

Warm Christmas Wishes
by Jinny Newlin

Morning, y'all!  It's Jinny here today, sharing a card, boasting a paper door all dressed up for the holidays.  So, let's get right to it.

Poppystamps Warm Christmas Wishes - JinnyNewlin

I started this card by embossing vertical grooves, into a wide strip of Oatmeal cardstock, to resemble bead-board and topping it with a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock.  A strip of vellum, stamped, in Jet Black ink, with the "WARM CHRISTMAS WISHES" sentiment was carefully held in place near the bottom of the prepped piece, as all three paper bits were then anchored, onto a white, cardstock, card face, with brown-threaded, straight, machine stitches and their edges distressed with Tea Dye and Antique Linen inks.

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The door was Cameo-cut from Crumb Cake cardstock; distressed with Tea Dye and Antique Linen inks, as well as a little, Titanium White acrylic paint; backed with a piece of white cardstock, which had been coated with Tumbled Glass and Broken China Distress Inks, rubbed through the Winter Scattered Flakes stencil; and adhered, tucked under the vellum, sentiment strip, in the center of the card face.  Our Home for the Holidays Wreath was then die-cut from Garden Green, Ruby Red, Certainly Celery, and Ballet Slippers cardstocks, as well as vellum, and stacked one on top of the other, while tucking each limb, leaf, and berry into the other, until it was full and fluffy and perfectly fit to hang on the door.  I also weaved in a few Always Artichoke, cardstock, Pine Twig die cuts.

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It was then topped with a length of white, seam binding ribbon, tied in a double bow, and embellished with a lone pearl, backed with a Baker's Twine bow, to complete the look.

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Thanks so much for humbling us with a visit, Poppystamps friends!  Be blessed!

Jinny Floral Signature copy


Thu 13

Warm Wishes Wreath
by Sue McRae

Hi everyone, Sue here with a quick card to make for the holidays.


I took the new Home for the Holidays Wreath and die cut it from green metallic card stock and copper card stock and tied a bow around them. Then I die cut and embossed the Snowflake Shimmer Ribbon from metallic blue card stock. Love the pretty embossed details on the snowflakes!


I used white linen card stock for my panel and die cut a decorative edge with the Elegant Contour die.

The sentiment was stamped in black ink on the white panel and I adhered all my pieces to this and finished off by adding the panel to a copper card base.


This is an easy card to mass produce and the colour combo possibilities are really endless. I also like that there's no bulk to the card so it makes it great for mailing.

Thanks for visiting with me today!

Sue Signature New





Wed 28

Holidays Wreath
by Ilona Zbieg


Hi Poppystamps fans

Today is my second inspiration for Blog Bliz. 

I started this card by watercoloring a background. My background is not the traditional Christmas colors. I used yellow color to make it fresh.

In the next step I cut two wreaths  in two colors and glued one to the other. I created poinsettia using Holiday Poinsettia die. 

The inscription on a card in the same color as one of the wreaths.

If you would like  a chance to win this Holidays Wreath die all you have to do is leave a comment. 







Let me fill you in on all the details ok?  

The blog blitz runs  from September 21 - October 3, 2016.  We'll be giving  away a prize on every post during this time.   Most days we'll have 2 posts so check back often!  
To enter to win you need to leave a comment on EACH of the posts that you wish to enter.   One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz.

Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from comments.

You have until midnight US EST October 7 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will announced on this blog on October 10.

Good Luck!

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Sun 24

Summer wreaths
by Irena Kowalczyk

Happy Sunday!
I hope you have enjoyed seeing all of the new products and fabulous designs in time Blog Blitz. Tomorrow we will know the winners.

Today, I have two card to share with you using the Freida Wreath die.


In the first card cut out twice wreath in a green card stock.


I cut out the frame - circle of in a white card stock, I added die "Swirled Love ". It's all glued on white card stock.




The second card, the beginning of the same, twice cut green wreath in a card stock, here small flowers, sentiment I added to the ribbon die.
Here I use a stencil and using distress ink do background on yellow card stock.  I added washi tape, and small yellow pearls.




Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Irena Signature copy





Tue 03

Spring Wreath Thank You
by Marybeth Lopez




Congratulations to all the winners of the Blog Blitz! You can see if you won Here  We all thank you, for the kind comments you left.

I have a simple card here today that was fun to make!


 No, they are not enamel dots, I made them with the Holly Leaves and Berries die! I used watercolor paper and colored with my Zig pens, when dry I cut out the berries, then added Glossy Accents. Love that stuff!


I cut the Freida Wreath out twice in two slightly different shades of green . The top panel of my card has fun foam under it to raise it up a bit. 

Stamped with the; Hope and Thanks stamp set from Poppystamps .


I hope you have a wonderful week! Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled.

Marybeth Signature copy



Sat 23

Freida Wreath
by Sue McRae

Welcome everyone!


I am always fond of wreath dies because they are great for many occasions and can easily be changed for the different seasons. So I was happy to see a wreath in this new release, the Freida Wreath.

I die cut the wreath once from birch wood veneer paper and once from cherry wood veneer paper and layered them up for my card front.


To embellish the wreath I added flowers from the Daisy Cluster dies.

The large Hip Birthday Wishes die cut was glittered with Rock Candy Distress Glitter for a bit of sparkle and I added a few of the cute wee butterflies from the Butterfly Sprinkles die set.


For the background I used Color Bursts on water colour paper.


Leave a comment on this post to have a chance at winning the Freida Wreath and make sure to come back twice a day during the Blitz for more inspiration!

Happy Crafting!

Sue Signature New





Mon 18

Welcome to my Porch
by Lezlye Lauterbach

Welcome to the Poppy Blog and the Blog Blitz for our Newest release! Wow it sure has been exciting so far hasn't it? I am excited to show you the card I created using the Old Porch Chair. I thought this would be an absolute terrific image for a welcome to the neighborhood, or welcome home or a housewarming. You name it! The whole Rustic Design concept is

totally in right now and that's where I pulled my inspiration from.


Create you background design using Memory Box Co. Stencils. I chose dots. 2 coordinating colors of distress inks.

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I used 6 dies on this card! Whew! I love the way it turned out though. I would love your feedback! Oh and one of the  lucky commenters will win the Old Porch Chair die! How exciting is that! One more photo, Have a delightful Day! Thanks for poppin in here at Poppystamps!


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Sat 19

Hello, Happy Spring
by Irena Kowalczyk

Irena here today, I hope you have a good day.
I'm happy because I already approaching spring is my favorite season after the summer.



Today I have a card in shaped tag. I used the base of the die "Main Street Tags". I added "Peppini Wreath" and some colorful butterflies.


I hope that this spring card will be a good gift for my friend.


Have a creative weekend.

Irena Signature copy






Mon 29

Inlaid Dogwood Wreath
by JJ Bolton


I've got some more dogwood blossoms to share with you today!  This time I've paired the blooms with the beautiful Hampstead Oval Frame.   This die cuts such a beautiful, delicate wreath with some lovely embossed detailing.  


I die cut the leafy wreath and painted it with watercolors.  To color the flowers, I used some ink and a sponge blender for a softer look.  


For this card, I did a partial inlay technique where only the inside portion of the wreath is inlaid into the wreath.  The entire piece was then adhered to the card with foam tape.  Here's a closer look at the layers...


That's it for me today!  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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