Cheerful Bouquet
by Marybeth Lopez


Hello Poppystamps friends, Marybeth Lopez  back with you today.  Can you believe  we are at the end of February already! Oh my goodness time is going by so quickly . I hope you are all doing well and enjoying your crafty time.

I have a a Stencil and Embossed card for you today. I used my own inspiration (Here)  because I loved how the first one turned out.  I love this memory box Embossing folder and Art Stencil brand new for spring  (anytime)


As you can see in the picture below I used the die that came with the embossing folder and placed it in the center to be embossed. I used  the  same  watercolor  card stock  uncolored.

I didnt want to hide any of the beautiful details .


I will be honest here, I went a bit out of the lines because I forgot about the edge . I decided to just fussy cut the outside of my embossed design and layer it on top of watercolor paper. 

In the end I think it was a happy mistake.  I used dabbers with my Oxide Distressed Inks Tim Holts.


I added a few black dots here and there for just a bit more detail.

When you use distress oxide inks , if you are not happy with the color , most time you can just go over and change the color . I did that with the blue and yellow this time.


I hope I have given you some inspiration to go shopping and or enjoy the Poppystamps products you already have. We have brand new products you might just want to take a peek.

Take care and may God bless and bring you peace and joy in each day.
Take care and may God bless you all. 






Hi Marybeth, I adore this stencil and embossing folder, and your colouring is so beautiful, I love the black dots you have included in the flowers, it brings them to life.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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