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Poppies and Medallions

August 10, 2020

I saw a card on Pinterest by Kim Fee which inspired my creations today.  I attached Adhesive Sheet to the back of Gray Granite card and cut the card using the large medallion from the Many Medallion Dies.  I cut down the medallion into three pieces, one piece two x six squares and two pieces three squares x three squares.   I stamped the greeting from the Peaceful Moments stamp set onto the bottom right hand corner of Whisper White card using Gray Granite ink.    I attached the long strip to the left hand side of the stamped Whisper White card.  I stamped the multi-leaf image from the Painted Poppies stamp set twice onto the card front using Soft Sea Foam ink. The Whisper White panel is attached to Gray Granite card and then scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  I stamped one large and one small poppy from the Painted Poppies stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Highland Heather ink.  I stamped the fill image over the poppies using Highland Heather ink which I had stamped onto scrap paper first.  I cut out the poppies using the co-ordinating Painted Labels Die.  I attached the poppies to the card front using dimensionals under the larger image.

I stamped the greeting from the Peaceful Moments stamp set onto the inside of the card using Gray Granite ink.  I stamped the small poppy from the Painted Poppies stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Highland Heather ink.  I stamped the fill image using Highland Heather ink which I stamped onto scrap paper first.  I cut out the poppy using the co-ordinating Painted Labels Die and attached it beside the stamped greeting.

I loved this card and wanted to use up the remaining pieces from the Gray Granite die cut.  I used one piece on a card using poppies which I stamped in Balmy Blue ink and the other piece on a card with poppies stamped using Calypso Coral ink.  The inside of the cards has a greeting and another small poppy.  All of the greetings come from the Peaceful Moments stamp set.

Don’t they look pretty?

Bye for now,

Kris

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