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22 posts from March 2018

Sat 31

Sending Handmade Hugs
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!

I'm here to share with you a beautiful card!!!! Look!!!!!

IMG_5486Soon will come the rains, do you need an umbrella? a Beautiful and fashion unbrella???? jijiji Maybe with a little fairy for  to grant you, your wishes? awww!!!!! 

IMG_5487So much fun, creating with Poppy!!!!! stamps and diecuts are wonderful always!!!!!!

IMG_5488I always use 3d... I cut the umbrella with two different cardstocks... 


Look the double stitches!!!! Love love this close up!!!!! 


We are ending March with beautiful projects! What does April hold? stay with us in the blog! Leave me pretty messages! I read them with  a lot of love!!!!

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Fri 30

Coordinate Stamped Backgrounds with Ink Blended Images
by Rebecca Keppel

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 The best part of creating your own stamped background is that you can create it in whatever colors of inks you own! NO matter what the occasion, if you have even just a handful of ink colors, you can perfectly coordinate your background to match the theme. But why stop there?

Use those same ink colors and an ink blending technique to color stamped die cut images or create coordinating tags too!

Rebecca keppel poppystamps easter card coordinating colors (2 of 2)

Check out this video to see how I created my easter egg background and then used ink blending to color my tag and stamped and die cut images:


I love how everything perfectly coordinates! I will definitely be using these two techniques together on future cards! Thanks for stopping by!


Rebecca Floral Signature copy




Thu 29

Just a note...Hello
by Robin Tharaldson

Mar 29 Full With

For my post today I am featuring the Big Circle Border Layer die; I think it adds a nice touch to my panel and allows the background color to show.

Mar 29 CU1 With

My bouquet was created using Peony Stems and Blossom, stamps and dies. The images were stamped with Memento Desert Sand onto watercolor paper and simply colored.

Mar 29 CU2 With

The following video will show you all the steps to make this card!


Thanks for stopping by today!

Robin Floral Signature copy 2





Wed 28

Simple and Elegant Hello
by Jennifer Svare


Hello!  Today I'll share how I created this simple-yet-elegant card.  The Woven Circle Ring die was used as a backing to the Double Stitch Square Frames die, and the dies do all the work to create this fun, simple, fast card.

I didn't even need to use foam dots or anything to raise the surface. By not gluing the center of the woven ring panel down, it creates the floating look without anything extra.

If you like this card, be sure to check out the blog at Birchpress to see a version I made kind of like this, but with using a circle instead of square, with a different background. I think this is one of my favorite base designs for cards to use.  The simplicity goes with any occasion, and the color variations are a lot of fun to make and give.


Check out the video below to see how I made this card.  Have a great day!


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Tue 27

Spring Release Blog Blitz (Last Day!!!)
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!!

What do you think about this release? Beautiful, really????? Remember that you can see the entire new Spring 2018 release here.

I made a card for you very cute!!!! Look!!!!

IMG_5651All Poppy diecuts and stamps are beautiful!!!! No matter what season are each one, I love all: Holidays, Valentine´s, Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring!!!!!!!!!  AW!!!!

IMG_5653This scene is so cute!!! 2 fairies playing at the window!! Like a ray of love!!!!!! Love from me, to you! jijiji


My post features the new "Fine Flamingo"!!!! Do you want it?????  Yes please!!!! jiji Comment here babies!!!!


NOTES: The blog blitz runs from March 17-27, 2018. We'll be giving away a prize on every blog blitz post during this time.  To enter to win you need to leave a comment on ONLY the posts 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 prize per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST March 31 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will announced on this blog on April  3. Good Luck!  And LEAVE A COMMENT!! :)

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Sat 24

Blog Blitz Gift Tag with Matching Shaker Card
by Jennifer Svare

HappyBirthday Stars Card

Hello!  This new Poppystamps release has me spinning with so many ideas!  For today's post, I made a birthday card with a matching gift tag.  

The new stacking border dies are amazing.  They work well independently, but also layer for more effects!  They also come in a great variety from hearts, stars, hexagon, and circles.  I chose the stars with bright-ish pink and silver cardstock. 

The border dies are 5.5" long, which is great for standard cards as shown but I also thought it would be fun just as a stand-alone tag design.  I love the look of these and can also imagine red, white, and blue for Fourth of July, different pastel colors for baby shower gifts and cards, even Christmas colors for holidays!  These are amazingly versatile.  


The new frame dies that go over top of the base tag dies make it so easy to get that professional, polished look. (Foiled cardstock looks amazing with these dies!) I love the double stitching, too. 

Stars Tag and Card Closeup

The Musical Happy Birthday die adds a special touch of personality to the card sentiment.


I chose the stars not only because they are great with birthdays, but because they also match the Fine Flamingo so well!  I used the flamingo with a few of the star cuts for the inside of the card.  A great, festive surprise that brings the whole look together.

FlamingoCard and Stars Tag

So now for the big question... which one of these amazing dies to give away for the blitz?  I'm excited for all of the dies used, but I think the most versatile out of all the dies used in my project for today has to be the Double Stitch FRAME dies that go over top of the base tag dies.  For that reason, I choose the Double Stitch FRAME die set.  Simply leave a comment on this post to enter to win this prize.  Lots of prizes to give away during the blitz, so be sure to leave comments on any of the blog blitz posts!

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy the video tutorial below:

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Fri 23

Cute Phone Booth..
by Pam Simpson

Hello everyone, our Blog Blitz continues,  today you have a chance to win this ..."Cute Phone Booth" ...from the New  Spring Collection.  But make sure you comment below!


Now I have made a cute card! but the possibilities to use a Phone box are endless! especially for Male cards..


Hope you can see this clearly, look at the Phone Booth, cut out in red and you`ll see a piece of acetate and strong red double sided tape! I used this tape to stick these together. I then trimmed around the outer edge and around the door! as you have the option to either keep it closed or open!.


Slightly ajar in this photo.


I have used for decoration Easter stamps and die set, again from the New Spring release! as I do not send Easter cards I opted to make a get in touch card lol.

Last day to comment is March 31 , 2018.  Winners will be posted on April 3, 2018. Good luck!

Thanks so much for taking the time to visit today,  Pam x.

Pam Floral Signature copy



Thu 22

Blog Blitz: Hello
by Nancy Penir


Well Hello, and welcome back to Poppy's Spring Blog Blitz! I'm featuring a new die called, 'Rotary Phone'. Super cute, isn't it?


Lots of Poppy on this colorful spring card, so let's get right to the 'how's'.


I love the look of the Double Stitch Frames, and used the smallest square frame for the die cut phones. It's a perfect fit. The largest square frame is also a perfect fit for 4 small frames!


The little rotary phone is an iconic image for talking!


The die cut 'hello' was sponge inked. Wasn't quite sure which one to use until the card was done. It's OK, always like having a few handy for other cards!


Kinda has an Andy Warhol feel, with the bright colored squares, doesn't it? 

Hope you found some inspiration today. Be sure to check back each day of the Blitz for more fun!

Nancy Floral Signature copy



Tue 20

Spring Wreath
by Robin Tharaldson

PS March 20 Wreath Full With

I hope everyone is enjoying the Blog Blitz featuring the latest release from Poppystamps! You can see the entire 2018 Spring Release here!  Plus, you could win a die from each Blog Blitz post you leave a comment on!! The die you could win, if you leave a comment on this post, is the Stitch Wreath die!  More information on Poppystamps Blog Blitz at the end of my post. 

PS March 20 Wreath CU1 NO

The StitchWreath is the perfect backdrop for the colorful flowers made using Blooming Border die!

PS March 20 Wreath CU3 With

I made the pretty bow using Prim and Proper Bow, I cut it three times and glued them together for more dimension! My video will show you just how easy this card is to make!


Here is all the important information about Poppystamps Blog Blitz!  The blog blitz runs from March 17 - 31, 2018; Poppystamps is giving away a prize on every Blog Blitz post during this time.  You must leave a comment on ONLY the posts 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 prize per person per blog blitz. Poppystamps uses a random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST February 1 to leave a comment on each and every post you want to enter. Winners will be announced on the Poppystamps blog on April 3. Good Luck and LEAVE a comment...please!

Thanks for stopping by!

Robin Floral Signature copy 2





Mon 19

Emboss with Border Dies
by Rebecca Keppel

Rebecca keppel poppystamps pierced borders emboss with die card

The Blog Blitz continues! Today you have a chance to win the Pierced Borders dies! So be sure to comment below for a chance to win!

But for now...get even MORE use out of your border dies by using them to create an embossed background! I love the NEW Pierced Borders dies to creating stunning die cut borders! But, get even more bang from your buck by using these same border dies to emboss too!

Rebecca keppel poppystamps emboss with dies pierced borders die card

Once you emboss a card panel, you can add ink blending on top to further accentuate the beautiful embossed background. Check out this video, where I will show you exactly how I used the border dies to emboss the background and how I created the rest of this card! 

Have you tried embossing with border dies? All of the details in the Pierced Borders dies are perfect for creating a delicate background with or without inking on top! So be sure to comment below for your chance to win them! Thanks for stopping by!Rebecca Floral Signature copy