8 posts categorized "Bouquet "

Floral Frenzy
by Sphoorti


Hello Poppy Peeps!


Sphoorti here, back with a floral card because those never go out of style!





I started by distress-inking some cardstock in Blueprint Sketch and Picked Raspberry. Then I die-cut numerous flowers and foliage from various die sets from the distressed panels. I've linked a number of floral die sets in the Supplies list below. It doesn't matter which ones you use, you just need a whole bunch of flowers and leaves.





Then came the tedious part, i.e. foam mounting the flowers and leaves. This took a little bit of time, but it was totally worth it. I adhered the foam mounted flowers and leaves on a card base and also scattered some clear jewels in the gaps. I topped the flowers with some pearls.





For the sentiment, I used the PSF804 You Are Amazing Poe Script Greetings Hot Foil Plate and Dies to hot foil the Thinking of you sentiment. I centered and glued sentiment. It looked somewhat incomplete to me, so I cut a frame from a silver cardstock using the 2474 Double Scalloped Stitched Frames craft die and adhered it around the sentiment.





What do you think? Please do let me know in the comments below! Have a great week ahead!



Sphoorti Floral Signature copy






Corner Shop Pop-Up Easel Card
by Birgit Norton

I would love to live in a world where the streets are lined with darling shops like this!  Wouldn't you?  Birgit here with you today sharing a pop-up easel card using Corner Shoppe Pop-up Easel Set as well as coordinating die sets from the latest release.  Let's jump right in to the details!


To begin with, I cut the pop-up die panel out of 80# white cardstock and folded on both of the score lines, to create the easel part of the card.


Next, cut one card front panel and adhere it to the small flap of the easel, using a strong double sided tape or liquid glue.  Now, let the fun begin!  Let's build the shop.


I cut the store front out of a piece of blue cardstock from the 6x6 Lagoon Solid Core Cardstock.  I love the weight and thickness of this cardstock and it cuts like butter using Poppystamps dies.  


I cut the detail pieces of the shop out of white cardstock and added color using Distress inks and blending brushes.  A helpful tip:  keep your cardstock pieces inside the dies, to use them as stencils.  Poppystamps is brilliant in their designs!  


Next, I cut elements from Corner Shoppe Wooden Cart and Flower and Leaf Sprinkles and colored them using my copic markers.  I then arranged all of the planters using liquid glue. 

IMG_6776Now it's time to decorate the shop!  


A card like this deserves special attention on the inside, so I added a piece of decorative paper from my scrap bin and cut a white cardstock square to give the easel something to rest against to hold the easel open.  For a finishing touch, I added the window box from the set.  It adds a nice detail but leaves plenty of space for me to personalize this beautiful card.  


Here's a pictures that shows the completed easel card in action.

IMG_6774I had so much fun building this flower shop easel card!  I hope you'll give it a try!

Poppystamps Floral Signature






Geranium Gatefold & Challenge Reminder
by Birgit Norton


Good morning Poppystamps friends!  Birgit here with you today sharing a card to remind you of the current challenge that's going on right now, themed "Bloom Where You're Planted".

I enjoyed bringing out some older dies that are still available in the store, hoping to inspire you to pull out those older supplies and use them.  

For my card, I brought out Brilliant Geraniums Flower Set and Picket Tall Curve Borders. 

I cut the flowers out of Blush 6x6 Solid Core cardstock and the leaves out of Greenery 6x6 Solid Core cardstock.  I added colored details and depth using copic markers.   I added sugared glitter to the outside edge of the flower petals and added Fairy Jewels to the centers of each of the flowers.


On each of the gatefold flaps, I added a piece of cardstock from the Greenery 6x6 Solid Core cardstock and cut the Picket Tall Curve Borders out of the same color, adding them to both flaps.  This gives the look of a garden trellis in the background.  I added a white cardstock oval, gluing it to the left flap and adhered the geraniums, covering the oval.  


I so enjoyed bringing out the tried and true dies that never go out of style for this challenge.  These geraniums are gorgeous in any color and they're so easy to assemble.   I hope I've inspired you today with this lovely geranium card.

Want to play along? 


The rules are simple - just create a project following the theme, use at least one Poppystamps image or die, and link it up HERE at the Challenge blog. The design we love best will receive our winner badge to proudly display on their blog, and one lucky random winner will receive a prize. 

Poppystamps Floral Signature




Flower Cart
by Tricia Barber


Hello! Tricia here with you today sharing a card that I made with the Corner Shoppe release.  I used the new Corner Shoppe Wooden Cart die set along with Flower and Leaf Sprinkles die set.  I love this vintage inspired flower cart.  The Flower and Leaf Sprinkle die set is so adorable with the cute tiny flowers.  So much fun to create! I used the die to die cut several different colors of cardstock.  Now I have plenty to use for future cards! 


I created a focal point with the Scallop Pinpoint Rings. I layered this onto a panel of light orange vellum.  I love using vellum on my cards.  It softens the look of the cardstock and I layered a lacy panel underneath.  It is hard to see in the photo but in real life it adds just a little extra to the card panel! 


I finished off the card panel with some fairy jewels.  I added a foiled sentiment using the Modest Greetings 1 Hot Foil Plate and Die.  I hope you have a wonderful and crafty day! 

Tricia Floral Signature[9]




Corner Shop Wooden Cart
by Birgit Norton


Hello there Poppystamps friends, Birgit here with you today to share this sweet card featuring the Corner Shoppe Wooden Cart and Flower and Leaf Sprinkles from the latest release.

IMG_6750To begin with, here is a list of dies I chose to use in today's project.  I cut all of the elements out of #80 white cardstock.

IMG_6752I colored all of the elements from the Corner Shoppe Wooden Cart and Flower and Leaf Sprinkles using copic markers and then assembled them as shown here, using liquid glue.


For the background, I cut a piece of printed paper from the 6x6 Glimmering Gladiola paper stack using the Double Scalloped Stitched Frames and mounted it over a piece of coordinating cardstock from the 6x6 Lagoon Solid Core Cardstock pack.  I cut the Scalloped Pinpoint Rings out of white cardstock and blended on a bit of color using Tumbled Glass DOX ink.

IMG_6754Next, I glued the wooden cart and floral elements onto the Scalloped Pinpoint Rings circle.

IMG_6759I added the butterflies from Bunches of Butterflies using two layers, folding up the wings for added dimension.

IMG_6757To finish the card off, I stamped a sentiment from the Birthday Banners and cut it using the coordinating straight banner die and glued it to the bottom of the card.

IMG_6753 Poppystamps Floral Signature




Happy Birthday!!! Slimline Card...
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!

I absolutely love my diecuts from the new Poppy release!!!!!!!

I made a beautiful Slimline Card!

IMG_3105It's so easy to use the "sentimens" of our tabs! You just choose one and paste it!!! 

I think looks lovely with our papers in pretty colors!

IMG_3108Do you like?


0 Patty Floral Signature copy