It has been a very long time since I have used this stamp from
Rubbernecker, but fond memories came back while I was using it.

 This is a layering stamp with two pieces. I first painted the flowers using Ken Oliver Color Burst in Crimson Red and Lemon Yellow, painting directly with the powders, which gives brilliant colour. I pulled the yellow away from the centre of the card creating the very light yellow. I then stamped the outline layer in black and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. 

 Once dry I die cut the panel and added acrylic splatter using turquoise and black paint. I die cut another piece in the black, and also stamped the sentiment on black card stock and heat embossed with white embossing powder. 

 
I put everything together with the panels slightly angled. I do love the brilliant colours of the Poppies.
 
I have finally managed to play along in all three of the CAS challenges, submitting this card for the CAS April Watercolour Challenge.
 
Thank you for visiting my blog today. 
 

2 Comments
  1. Beautiful poppies, Kia! I love how you've pulled the color into a yellow glow around the poppies! The splatter adds wonderful interest and I love the addition of the turquoise! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Watercolour!

  2. Gorgeous poppies Kia!! I love the loose look of this layered stamp. The colours you've used are so vibrant and beautiful. Great design with your stitched panel backed with an off-set black panel. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour! xx

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