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10/24/2019

Thu 24

Fall blooms
by Tina Wilstrup

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Hi Poppy fans! Today I'm showing you this fall-inspired card loaded with warm, bold colors. It's a walk through a forest this time of year all in a card.
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I lightly stamped the Peony Bouquet stamp, and left the stamp in my stamping tool for later use. I then colored it with Copics. After coloring the image, I placed it back in my stamping tool, stamped with embossing ink, sprinkled with gold embossing powder and heat set it.
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For the background I used a panel of watercolor cardstock and ink smooshed matching colors of Distress and Distress oxide inks. I also flicked on some drops of water - yes, water - with a paint brush, sprinkled with gold embossing powder and heat set it.
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I then die cut a couple of Christmas greens all from green cardstock.
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With an ink dauber I inked the edges bringing a little life to the greens.
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After fuzzy cutting the bouquet I colored the edge with a dark grey Copic marker to make it stand out more.
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I used the same marker to color match my cardstock for the sentiment, which is also gold heat embossed.
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I popped up the bouquet and attached the greens under it. Finishing touch was adding red and gold Nuvo drops to all the berries.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope I have inspired you to create your own fall-inspired card. Have a great day!

Tina Floral Signature copy

 

 

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Comments

Oh wow! Bright, colorful and gorgeous! <3

Gorgeous, lovely coloring and pretty background!

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