Poppies for You.

Welcome to the Poignant Poppies Blog Hop. I have little doubt that you have seen some beautiful Poppies from the team.

We have a $50.00 gift certificate to give away for this hop so be sure to comment on each of the designer blogs for your chance to win. The winner will be announced on November 19th on the Scrap’n Stamp Blog.

The Facebook Challenge is also to use Poppies on your cards. I hope to see your creations for this month.

And, last but not least we have a 20% discount on all Poppy Dies and Stamps in the Store for this weekend only. i.e. ending Sunday November 3, 2019.

Back to my card for today.

This has to be one of the quickest cards I have ever made. The part that took the longest was deciding on the colours to paint my Poppies.

I opted for a mixed bouquet, using Zig Clean Color Pens in Blue, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Green, Black and a bit of Turquoise, and shading in Light Pink, which is unusual for me, but I like the change it offers.

The sentiment is stamped with VersaFine Clair ink in Paradise, and the panel is die cut using MFT Stitched Rectangles Dies.

To put the card together I prepared a Blue Denim card base and attached a Bumblegum Pink matting piece that I embossed using my Leafy Vine Embossing Folder by Taylored Expressions.

I added fun foam to the back of my Poppy watercolour using the Be Creative Tape and attached it offset to the front of the card.

Following is the Blog Hop list for those participating today.

Thank you for joining me today for the Poignant Poppy Blog Hop Following are Affiliate Links to the products that I have used for today’s card, at no cost to you.

14 Comments
  1. Love your pretty colour choices for the flowers, it makes them so cheery!

  2. I like that your bouquet is a mixed bunch…changes the overall feel.

  3. These poppies are so pretty! I love the colors you used, and the Zig markers are my favorites to use!

  4. Oh Kia these are beautiful, the colouring is amazing and the colour choices love it!

  5. Love that you changed up to a more cheerful theme with your card, it reminds me of the poppies that come back to our yard and garden each Spring!

  6. Love, love, love the different colours of poppies, very unique and beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  7. The three colours of poppies adds a bit if whimsy to your card.

  8. Love the colour pallet you chose! Now in need this stamp set!

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