Thursday, November 23, 2017

Portion Control for Power Poppy

I stamped the pretty Winter Wonderland from Power Poppy with black Memento ink and colored it with copics.  I cut it out and used the same die cut to make a frame for this and edged it in gold pen.  I cut a burgundy and blue Merrie Christmas and off set them so it has a shadow effect.  I added some bling with gems to finish the card.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Wedding card

I made this card for a friends wedding this month. I used the new embossing folder from Crafters Companion and the Cheery Lynn oval and Marianne couple.  Flower was a Heartfelt creation die.  I add some bling to finish the card.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Power Poppy with Sympathy

This digital stamp Every things Rosy is from Power Poppy.  I downloaded it on cryogen white text weight and colored it with Copic makers.   I trimmed it to fit this 6x6 card and used a Sue Wilson border die to finish the bottom. 

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Power Poppy Flower Bomb

This beautiful digital image is available at Power Poppy.  I printed it off on cryogen white text weight paper and colored it with copics. I fussy cut it out and raised it up on the ribbon. The background is a cuttlebug embossing folder.  I edged it with a gold pen to finish the card.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Rose bouquet from Power Poppy

This beautiful image is a digital from Power Poppy.  I downloaded it onto cryogen white text weight and colored it with copic markers. I love the cryogen white papers to use with copics, the ink floats a little for blending but it's the easiest paper I have found to use with copics.  It's not a bright white more of a winter white with some sparkle to it. 

Climbing Clematis in purples

This beautiful clematis and butterfly image is a digital image from Power Poppy.  I downloaded it onto cryogen white text weight and colored it with copic markers.  the die cut is Go Kreate one I had in my stash and I edged everything with a gold pen. The corners are peel off stickers.

Power Poppy's digital tulips

I downloaded the tulips from Power Poppy's site onto cryogen white text weight paper and colored them with copic markers.  I cut out around them and edged all the layers with Krylon gold pen.  The die cut is from Sue Wilson's creative expressions.