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I found the image panel already stamped and stenciled in my box of "rejects". Does anyone else have one of those? LOL. It's where things go that I'm unhappy with at that moment but too nice to throw away. I used a very similar image panel on this card and that was when this was stamped as well. It's funny how I no longer can remember why it ended up in the box because I no longer see anything wrong with it.
There was another sentiment stamped on the bottom corner and I wanted to use a new sentiment instead, so here I decided to use a piece of poppy red card stock to cover it up and I also added a strip of pattern paper from my never ending box of scraps. The sentiment is from a new set by Penny Black, called Blooming Sentiments. I recently felt like I needed some retail therapy and ordered a few stamps from Penny Black's newest release.
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The poppy stamp is also by Penny Black - Spontaneous Joy (from an older release) inked up with Candied Apples and Barn Door Distress Markers along with Crushed Olive for the stems. The stenciling was done using a Tim Holtz Flourish Stencil and Antique Linen Distress Ink. It's been layered onto black card stock then a white card front inked with Antique Linen distress ink. A button and silk ribbon tied in a bow were added to finish off the card.
Penny Black Spontaneous Joy // Penny Black Snippets // Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink // Antique Linen Distress Ink // Barn Door Distress Marker // Candied Apples Distress Marker // Crushed Olive Distress Marker // Stamp Platform //
I'm sharing with these blogs:
Crafty Catz - Add a Sentiment // Simon Says Stamp - Flower Power // Stinkin' Inkers - Anything Goes // Artistic Stampers - In the Garden // STAMPlorations - Stencils // A Place To Start - Ribbon // The Paper Girls - Florals // Penny Black Saturday Challenge - Ribbon // Inspire Me Mondays
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Wonderful and pretty card, sentiment just right at this time;-))mReplyDelete
So glad you pulled this one out of the "rejects' box Ellie as it's beautifully done and one of my favourite PB Poppies.ReplyDelete
Thanks Brenda. It's always great to make use out of a previously stamped image.Delete
Wow - so glad you saw the background and up-cycled it - it's made up to a beautiful card Ellie.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Maxine!Delete
So gorgeous! Poppies are one of my favorite flowers.ReplyDelete
Thanks Amy. They're such beautiful flowers!Delete
This is sooooooo gorgeous! LOVING those flowers!ReplyDelete
Your "reject" is beautiful, and the corner piece and paper strip really add nicely to the design/cover up! Thank you for sharing at Stinkin' Inkers.ReplyDelete
I don't see anything wrong with it either Ellie. Gorgeous stamp and super colours, lovely sentiment and design. I have a couple of this type of stamp and never use them, bought in error but may try them out again.ReplyDelete
Beautiful color for the flowers and lovely sentiment. Great idea to add a button with the bow. Thanks for joining the Stinkin' Inkers challenge.ReplyDelete
Have a great day!
It looks really beautiful. XxxxReplyDelete
Can't believe this was in the reject box! Glad you rescued it, with that perfect sentiment.ReplyDelete
This is simply beautiful, I can't believe this was once a reject! So glad you rescued it, I love it! Thanks for sharing at Penny Black Saturday Challenge!ReplyDelete
These poppies are beautiful, a lovely card, thanks for sharing at Crafty Catz challengeReplyDelete
This is so pretty!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous poppies so beautifully stamped and colored. Love your softly stenciled background and your finishing touches for your card. You sentiment is perfect for these difficult times. Stay safe and keep on creating. Thank you for joining us at STAMPlorations Stencil. Hugs..NancyReplyDelete
A BEAutiful card! Gorgeous poppies. I LOve your colours and design.ReplyDelete
I've a shoe box of'rejects' lol. but, like you would never, never throw them away.
This is gorgeous, love the image you have used.ReplyDelete
The composition of this card is classic and so well done! I absolutely love the understated elegance. It is always a good idea to save those "rejects!" Thanks so much for this outstanding submission to our challenge at A Place To Start!ReplyDelete
Chana Malkah, Owner
Congratulations! You have been chosen as a Place To Star Rising Star for the week of April 20 - 26, 2020. Thanks for your wonderful submission!ReplyDelete
The Resident Design Team
In a sea of beautiful projects this week, your gorgeous card spoke to my heart! :-)ReplyDelete
Congrats Ellibelle - so thrilled to feature you at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy! :-)
Waouh ! cette carte est magnifique, j'adore l'effet pointillé des couleurs des jolis coquelicots.ReplyDelete
That is beautiful! Pinned.ReplyDelete
This is a real beauty Ellibelle. Very creative use of the red paper. Added a great look! Congrats on being chosen a favorite at PBSC! Sue KmentReplyDelete